Gates open Thursday, November 13, to usher in thousands of enthusiasts and hundreds of vendors, all with automotive excitement on their minds. Given the snowbird nature of many who live in the region, those who attend do so from all areas of the country so many guests already have a familiarly with Carlisle Events and its Pennsylvania-
Another hot attraction during event weekend is the auction, backed by Carlisle Auctions. This amazing two-day offering hosts 300+ cars spanning generations of production. From elegant classics to modern muscle, the auction welcomes cars that are priced to sell. Best of all, anyone looking to consign a car for the auction can do so via the Carlisle Auctions FREE UNLESS SOLD policy. This means that while a deposit is required on the front end for processing purposes, if the collector car consigned to the auction does not sell, all deposits are returned and nothing more is required of the seller. Further, registering to be a bidder is simple too. Buyers and sellers fees are kept low as well, assuring a user-friendly process from start to finish. Car enthusiasts are encouraged to find their next classic with Fall AutoFest and Carlisle Auctions.
Additional action comes in the form of motorcycle stunt show excitement with Josh Borne. Borne is a freestyle and stunt rider and this will be his first visit to Festival Park. He’ll be onsite for three days, November 13-15 and run multiple exhibition shows daily. Borne is a championship competition performer and a premier professional freestyle extreme athlete. In addition, he is a world renowned competitor on the XDL Championship Sportbike Freestyle Series and multiple other circuits. Having traveled the world showcasing his talents to crowds of all ages, Borne will be a welcome addition to an already packed weekend of thrills and automotive excitement at Festival Park.
For information on Fall AutoFest weekend, to register for a swap meet or car corral space, consign for the auction, become a bidder or inquire about becoming a food vendor, contact Carlisle Events at 717-243-7855 or visit www.CarlisleEvents.com. Further, the event provides an affordable day or weekend out, with free parking and daily tickets costing $8 Thursday, $10 Friday and Saturday and $5 for Sunday. Finally, a weekend pass is just $30.