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The St. Louis Auto Show is Back and Better Than Ever

There’s only one place in St. Louis where you can go zip-lining and see a Lamborghini under the same roof.

It’s the 2019 St. Louis Auto Show.

The region’s largest automotive convention is back in action January 24-27 at America’s Center—and it’s bigger and better than ever. This year’s show, which is expected to attract 80,000 visitors from all over the country, is “gearing up the future” with the latest and greatest automotive tech in a family-friendly environment.

With more than 500 new cars, trucks, and SUVs from 25+ manufacturers along with a chance to win a brand new ride and cash prizes, the Auto Show is four days of full-throttle action you won’t want to miss.

Feast your eyes on a fleet of exotic luxury and sports cars from Lamborghini, Bentley, Maserati, Rolls-Royce and more on the Million Dollar Mile, or step outside to watch live drifting sessions with world champion drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr. Not only will you see Gittin Jr. and his Ford Mustang RTR in action, but you’ll also have the opportunity to get his autograph or even get chosen for a ride-along.

Here’s a look back at the 2016 Auto Show’s drifting action:


The excitement doesn’t stop there, though. For the first time ever, the Auto Show will include the STL Motorcycle and Custom Bike Show where you’ll see owners competing for a chance to win $5,000 in cash prizes for the best bike.

Yep, that’s two shows for the price of one.

But the Auto Show isn’t just for automotive enthusiasts—there are attractions for people of all ages and interests to enjoy, especially youngsters. Not only do kids 12 and under get free access to the Auto Show, there’s also an Ultimate Kid Zone with attractions like rock climbing, racing simulators, an obstacle course, and so much more.

Tickets are going fast (almost as fast as those cars on the Million Dollar Mile) so make sure you claim your spot today HERE.

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Dominic Vaiana

Dominic Vaiana is a writer in St. Louis. All of his articles can be found at DominicV.net