BEAVER, WV (LOOTPRESS) – One of West Virginia’s premier car shows will be returning this month when the 2022 Friends of Charity Auto Fair and festival kicks off on July 22.
The event, which will run for two days, will once again be held at the Raleigh County Memorial Airport location.
This year’s fair and festival event will feature all the exciting attractions to which Raleigh County residents have become accustomed, as well as a number of brand new attractions and shows including hydraulic car limbo, a petting zoo exhibit, Laser Tag Zone, vehicle burnout contest, Batman and the Batmobile, and multiple market vendors.
Perhaps the most significant highlight will be Saturday night’s feature concert from country music star Rodney Adkins, along with an opening performance from Nate Barnes.
Day passes are available for the event, and will be $5 per person on Friday, July 22, and $10 per person on Saturday, July 23, while kids 12 and under will be admitted at no cost. Advance ticket packages are available this year at www.WVAutoFair.com, and will grant admission for the entire weekend for just $10.
Tickets for Saturday night’s concert are not included in advance ticket packages, and will cost $32 per person. The festival will conclude with a fireworks display.