Kingman 66 Fest Classic 66 Car Show
Kingman 66 Fest Mother Road Bike Show
The Kingman Route 66 Fest is a key celebration of the upcoming Route 66 Centennial. It’s hosted in beautiful Lewis Kingman Park, an Arizona oasis along the Mother Road, and highlights the history and culture surrounding America’s Main Street.
This Route 66 event offers a long list of things to do on Route 66. The Festival features SIX live bands, pin up contest, road sign graffiti contest, beer garden serving regional craft beers, food and craft vendors, a motorcycle show, classic car show, vintage trailer show, Route 66 displays, fun activity zones, Kingman's FIRST and ONLY zipline, a fun photobooth, children's activities – it goes on and on!
The Route 66 Fest is free for spectators and free public parking is in the adjacent lot at the corner of Andy Devine Ave (Route 66) and Fairgrounds Ave..
Friday’s Mother-Road Motorcycle Show and Saturday’s Classic 66 Car Show are free to join, but pre-registration is required. Complete the online form at www.66fest.com to register for either show. Festival attendees can purchase wristbands to participate in rides and activities. Wristbands can be purchased at the Festival.