Garlic City Car Show
NEW DATE! June 18, 2022
Join us in 2022! Due to a lack of guidance for large gatherings from the State and County, we have made the difficult decision to cancel our 2021 show. All 2020 registrations will be rolled over to our new show date.
If you are not currently registered, join our waitlist.
If you have any questions regarding the show or refunds, please contact vwright@Gilroy.org.
Highlights from our 2019 Show
Check out the Director’s Cut of My Classic Car from our 2019 Show!
- Over 10,000 people in attendance
- 4 music stages with 24 bands throughout the day
- 7 Trophies (Best of Show; Mayor’s Award; President’s Award; Dennis Gage Award; Longest Distance; Most Unique; Best Paint
- 42 Merchant Awards were given out
- 350 of the coolest cars in Gilroy!
The Gilroy Chamber of Commerce has had the pleasure of producing and hosting the Garlic City Car Show since 2015. This show has grown tremendously because of all of our participants and guests. Each year we look forward to bringing over 10,000 guests to our Downtown, and we look forward to the day we can safely do this again.
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