Saturday Rolling Into Roanoke

ROLLING INTO ROANOKE
Saturday, July 25, 2020 10am - 3pm, Historic Downtown Roanoke + Park

Rolling Into Roanoke celebrates picturesque Roanoke, IN and supports all of its assets while raising funds to support our Beneficiaries, plus adding its one-of-a-kind experience of themed tributes, automotive history and preservation, and family fun. There’s nothing quite like it in all of Indiana!

Plus, adding Rock ‘N’ Cars—the live concert + cruise-in on Rolling Into Roanoke eve—means two days of awesomeness!

Would you like to volunteer? We’d be glad to have you on our crew. CLICK HERE to fill out a Volunteer Application!

2020 Theme

This year's theme is Made In Indiana—tribute cars will be Hoosier-produced vehicles that showcase our state’s rich automotive heritage. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for our state’s automotive firsts, famous Hoosiers, and featured theme cars.

 

Registration—All cars are welcome!

Pre-registration for show cars: 

$25.00 online. Pre-registration deadline: July 23. Click here to pre-register. First 300 cars are guaranteed downtown parking. For pedestrian safety, cars registered for downtown must stay until event concludes.

Event day registration for show cars:

$30.00 day of show downtown if space available

$10.00 day of show in the park

Military personnel and veterans and/or GM employees receive $5.00 off entry fee (downtown space only).

Cost for spectators: It’s FREE! Enjoy the cars, the people and have fun.

 

Awards

With so many eras, makes and models, Rolling Into Roanoke is not a judged/points event. However, there are over 40 sponsor-chosen favorites, so literally every vehicle is eligible for a specialty award! Be sure to stay until 3:00 to see if you’re a winner.

Get a sense of 2020’s show by checking out Rolling Into Roanoke 2019’s event book. Click Here!

Ambiance, food and fun

   A live DJ pumps fun music all day, historic buildings house shops and restaurants, food trucks are ready for eats on the go. 2019 had historic and auto displays slot car races, a visit from Elvis and a quilt show. We’ll keep you in the loop for what’s coming in 2020.