Pioneer Auto Show to Celebrate 60 Year Anniversary with Grand 50’s Style all day Celebration

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An all day celebration is planned in Murdo, South Dakota with fun, food, music and plenty of memorabilia at Pioneer Auto Show's 60th Anniversary Party.

Four Generations

On September 20, 2014, Pioneer Auto Show will be celebrating four generations of collectables, cars, and family fun with a full day of activities, music, and festivities, including:

  •     Live 1950’s music from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
  •     $1 admission to Pioneer Auto Show all day
  •     “Elvis” will be on the grounds for photos and questions
  •     Car Parade at 3:30 pm – public is welcome to join!
  •     $1 coke and hot dog special
  •     Old time music boxes and organs will be playing throughout the day
  •     Tractors and motors will be fired up and running
  •     275 cars, 60 tractors, and 60 motorcycles on display in 46 buildings
  •     30% off most gift shop items
  •     Pedal tractor drawing

Don’t miss this opportunity to flash back to the 1950’s with this fun-filled day of entertainment and nostalgia.

Dave Geisler Sr., owner of Pioneer Auto Show says, “It is tremendously exciting to be celebrating our 60th anniversary. We have such a unique history, and so many different collections that have been added through the past 60 years.” Geisler adds, “This day is going to be full of music and fun, and we can’t wait to share it with our guests.”

The party will continue into the night from 9:00 pm – 2:00 am at the Rusty Spur on East 5th Street with live music by Undercover to dance the night away.

About Pioneer Auto Show

With more than 250 vintage cars, trucks and motorcycles, the Pioneer Auto Show & Prairie Town is one of the largest, privately-owned auto shows open to the public with 46 buildings of exhibits, 60 tractors, 60 motorcycles, toys, animations & music machines and an entire Prairie Town. The famed South Dakota car museum also carries a wide range of antique collectibles and a famous collection of Zeitner rocks, gems and fossils.


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