Twin Cities Auto Show 

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    • Auto, Boat, Air & Machine Shows

Minnesota State Fair Grounds
Gate 16
St Paul, MN
Enter on Hoyt Ave

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The Twin Cities Auto Show presented by Speedway is taking a road trip to the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. This road trip comes with some added bonuses: FREE parking, State Fair food, and almost 30 times more space! This is sure to be the biggest, boldest and best Twin Cities Auto Show yet, and we want you to come along for the ride.

The Twin Cities Auto Show is your chance to compare hundreds of vehicles from both foreign and domestic brands side by side - without driving all over town. If you are in the market for a new car or truck - or just thinking about it - this is the place to be. If you are an auto enthusiast or someone who likes to stay up-to-date with technology the Auto Show is a fun way to spend the day. 

With its new address, the Show is also moving
in new Neighborhoods, seven themed blocks on the fairgrounds will showcase
different motorized vehicles and activities. Neighborhood names include: Electric, Fun, Heavy Duty, Lifestyles, Military, Motorcycle, and Outdoor Adventure. From the latest in EVs to dump trucks, custom classics to luxury motorhomes, you'll be able to check out the coolest contraptions on wheels. 

For more information on the Twin Cities Auto Show and to purchase tickets, please visit

Twin Cities Auto Show, the largest consumer show in the Upper Midwest, is
produced by the Greater Metropolitan Automobile Dealers Association of
Minnesota, Inc. (GMADA). The
GMADA is a trade association of 122 franchised new car dealers operating in the
seven county Twin Cities Area. In addition to putting on the Upper Midwest’s
largest consumer show the association assists its members with relations with
the two trade unions working within dealers’ service facilities. GMADA President is Scott Lambert and the
Auto Show Director is Mary Velline.



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