Cars on Kiawah showcases the evolution of the automobile from the early 1900s through present day. Over 250 cars make up the display including everything from eye-catching concours-level cars and sleek supercars to classic muscle cars and outrageous rat rods.
Display Your Automobile at Cars on Kiawah
Registration Now Closed
The 2019 exhibitor display is at capacity and registration is closed.
Thank you for you interest in displaying at Cars on Kiawah. The 2019 show is currently full, but please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about joining the exhibitor wait list.
All exhibitors must have registered in advance to participate.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR CARS WITH CHARACTER
Cars on Kiawah is a regional event with a diverse showcase and a welcoming attitude. We invite you to share your automobile and its unique story with the public at this community event. All automobiles must register in advance to be considered for the display.
Each registration application will be reviewed by the committee. Acceptance is based on presenting a balanced show field that represents the history and evolution of the automobile. Registration is $35 per automobile and a photo is required.
What To expect
Cars on Kiawah is a large showcase with over 250 exhibiting automobiles and 3,500+ spectators. The show opens to the public at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 4 and concludes at 3 p.m. We have bathrooms onsite, great food and drink options, and wonderful vendors to peruse. A laid-back awards ceremony takes place at 2 p.m. The awarded categories for 2019 are currently in development.
Cars on Kiawah will take place rain or shine. Exhibitors must arrive at their designated time (times will be assigned in advance of the show) and remain parked until the conclusion of the show at 3 p.m. Vehicles on the show field may not display “for sale” signs, advertisements or other non-conforming displays without consent from the organizers. Trailers, tents or other pop-ups are not allowed on the display field unless with specific consent from the organizers. All vehicles must have a fire extinguisher on board.