Street rodders share 2017 show schedule

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The National Street Rod Association has announced its 2017 show schedule, which comprises 11 events spanning the United States with features such as swap meets, a woman’s world, and various awards.

The year begins with the Southeast Street Rod Nationals, held March 31 through April 2, at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, and continues with events each month through September before concluding in Vermont with the Northeast Street Rod Nationals, scheduled for September 15-17 at the Champlain Valley Exposition.

The full 2017 schedule:

  • Southeast Street Rod Nationals – March 31-April 2, Florida State Fairgrounds, Tampa
  • Southwest Street Rod Nationals – April 7 – 9, State Fair Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Western Street Rod Nationals – April 28 – 30 Kern County Fairgrounds, Bakersfield, California
  • Street Rod Nationals South – May 5 – 7, Chilhowee Park & Exposition Center, Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Mid-America Street Rod Nationals – May 26 – 28, Ozark Empire Fairgrounds, Springfield, Missouri
  • Street Rod Nationals East – June 2 – 4, York Expo Center, York, Pennsylvania
  • Rocky Mountain Street Rod Nationals – June 23 – 25, Colorado State Fairgrounds, Pueblo
  • Street Rod Nationals – August 3 – 6, Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville
  • Street Rod Nationals North – September 8 – 10, Kalamazoo County Expo Center & Fairground, Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • Northeast Street Rod Nationals – September 15 – 17, Champlain Valley Exposition, Burlington, Vermont
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