2014 Auto Show

Since its inception in 1998, the Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show has been the region’s premier showcase for the newest and hottest automobile technology from Detroit and abroad.

Held each spring at Stabler Arena in Bethlehem, the Auto Show is the flagship event of the Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Dealers Association, a charitable organization made up of representatives from many of the area’s leading dealers. Before it opens to the public, the Auto Show features a preview gala benefiting a local nonprofit organization.

Scheduled for March 20-23, the 2014 Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show will be bigger and better than ever, with vehicles from more than a dozen makers, …..

Show hours:
Thursday — Saturday, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Purchase tickets online (available soon), or  buy tickets at the door.

Ticket Prices at Door
$10 Adult
$8 Senior citizens (55+)
$7 Children (6-14)
Children under 5 free

Free, at event site

This Year at the Auto Show

Ford & Lincoln Ride and Drive Programs: Onsite Ride and Drive Programs including Lincoln and Ford. Saturday from 10am-6pm and Sunday 10am-5pm.

Pocono Speedway: Pocono Speedway will have a display, a “Pit Crew Challenge,” ticket giveaways, and the opportunity to purchase tickets and season passes.

Muscle Beach Revisited: In conjunction with America on Wheels Museum, the show will feature six classic vehicles normally referred to a “muscle cars,” including a ’64 Mustang, a ’66 Camaro, Challenger and GTO.

Harley-Davidson Exhibit: 2014 brings a lot of news to the Harley-Davidson model line-up. The Harley-Davidson touring family has been redesigned from the ground up.

Blackman Cycle: Exhibit will feature ATVs, including trikes, quads and bikes.

Luxury Pavilion: Last year the show premiered a Luxury Pavilion that will return to this year’s show in Stabler Arena.

HealthStar Vans: St. Luke’s HealthStar community health vans will be on site and will be the beneficiary of the opening night Preview Gala.

Van Diemen Formula SCCA (Mazda) Racing Car belonging to Dr. William Burfeind, thoracic surgeon at St. Luke’s.

Expanded Dining Options: The show will feature new and expanded food options inside and out.

Show opening by Donley Awards of Excellence Winners: At 10:00 a.m., Thursday, March 20th, the Donley Award winning students chosen by area high schools will open the show at the show entrance tent. The Donley Awards recognize students for academic excellence, leadership and service tocommunity.

WFMZ TV: WFMZ will broadcast their 6 p.m. news live from the auto show preview gala on Wednesday night, beginning it’s total coverage of the show including expanded large screen TVs outside and inside the show venues.

Community Days: On Thursday and Friday, the auto show will feature displays by local nonprofit agencies providing programs and services within our communities. Participating agencies will have discounted auto show tickets available prior to the show, with proceeds benefitting the organization. Participating nonprofits include: America on Wheels; Muscular Dystrophy Association; Community Services for Children; Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital; Cancer Support Community; Volunteer Center of the Lehigh Valley; Project Child, a program of Valley Youth House; Bethlehem Special Olympics; Communities In Schools of the Lehigh Valley, Easter Seals of Eastern Pennsylvania; Via of the Lehigh Valley; Children’s Home of Easton; Greater Valley YMCA; Boys and Girls Club of Easton; Pinebrook Family Services; Meals on Wheels of Lehigh and Northampton Counties; and Mercy Special Learning Center.



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