It's finally here, and I'm truly shocked. Dub Magazine released their car show schedule for this year, and it's not as predictable as I thought. They kept the staple cities and added cities that haven't been on Dub's radar for a long, long time. Ready????


January 18- January 26 (my birthday, sorry.) Detroit, MI (Cobo Hall inside North American International Auto Show)

February 7- February 16: Philadelphia, PA (Philadelphia Convention Center inside the Philadelphia Auto Show)

April 6th: Los Angeles, CA (Los Angeles Convention Center)

April 19th: Columbus, OH (Columbus Convention Center)

April 25- April 27: Greatest City in the World- New York, NY (Jacob Javits Convention Center inside the New York International Auto Show)

May 17: Jackson, MS (Jackson Convention Center)

June 1: Dallas, TX (Dallas Convention Center)

**June 8: Chicago, IL (Soldier Field)

**June 29th: Somewhere in South Florida (Probably Miami; Location: TBD)

July 19: Raleigh, NC (Raleigh Convention Center)

**July: 19: Atlanta, GA (Georgia World Congress Center)

**August 3: Phoenix, AZ (Phoenix Convention Center)

**August 24: Sacramento, CA (Cal Expo Center)

Sept 7: Anaheim, CA (Angels Stadium)

Nov 4-7: Las Vegas, NV (Las Vegas Convention Center as major part of SEMA)

Update: All of the new stops have asterisks next to it and all of the cancelled shows are crossed out.

I'm still on the fence of which shows I will attend, but the last two I will definitely be in attendance. I'm not going to the New York one. I really think they should get rid of New York and bring back Englishtown, NJ. It's hard because I'm trying to attend more car shows outside of metro Atlanta this year. Sacramento does sound interesting and so does the Chicago one. In the past, Chicago has been an indoor show, but this year Dub is doing the show like the Anaheim show.

No matter how hard you try, the top three shows will always be Los Angeles, Anaheim, and Las Vegas with the number one show being Las Vegas.