Friday (Night), June 16th

live music in the shilo lounge!

Join us on Friday June 16th at 8pm in the Shilo Inn's restaurant & lounge for some instrumental surf by local heroes The Apollo Four!

They'll be playing 2 sets of surf and exotica, with DJ Drew Groove spinning records during their down times.

There will be a tropical theme this year, so wear those Hawaiian shirts and help spread the Aloha!

*The Friday night kick off party is free to attend, but we will have a donation box on hand to help out this year's charity with a suggested $5 donation*

Surf. Spy. Lounge. Action & Adventure. If there was a jukebox at the Secret Agent Go-Go Lounge...

Portland, OR based DJ & Record Collector. 

SATURDAY (Day), June 17th

GATES - OPen @ 9am

Car Registration Cost:

Motorcycle Registration Cost:

Bicycle Registration Cost:

BANDS - free, All day long!

The Real Gone Trio


Dry County Crooks


Rich Layton & Tough Town


DJ's Matt Stanger and Ian Pian will be spinning records from 9-10:45am and in between the bands all day!


Show car parking:  9-10:30am

Car show:  9:00am-3:00pm

Vendors:  9:00am-3:00pm

50/50 Raffle:  9:00am-2:45pm

Awards/Raffle Drawing 3:00pm

After Party:  8:00pm-Midnight

Saturday (Night), june 17th

On site after party in the shilo lounge!

We welcome back, after many years apart, the returns of Three Bad Jacks & The Rocketz!

Doors open at 8:00pm, show starts at 9:00pm!

All ages are welcome, alcohol w/ valid ID

$20 at the door

Don't forget to check out some show cars in the parking lot and enjoy a nice cigar in the cigar bar...and remember to dance, be merry, and tip your bartender!

If you're staying the night, or just want to hang out after the car show, don't miss out on the after party!

A little wheeling and dealing at the crossroads, a quick slap to an upright bass and a smokin’ beat. Add to the mix the guitar chops of Elvis Suissa and Three Bad Jacks music comes in to stretch the borders of rock. Three Bad Jacks are the bastard sons of rock and roll greats like Elvis Presley, Joe Strummer, Johnny Cash and Joey Ramone. This full throttle trio fuses the best parts of rock, punk and rockabilly into a unique sound that defies any label or category.

Three Bad Jacks are an unstoppable force. They play consistently to sold-out crowds across the U.S. They have opened for bands from Joe Strummer to Dwight Yoakam, from Social Distortion to Bouncing Souls. Three Bad Jacks consistently draw on their home turf of Southern California at venues such as House of Blues, The Knitting Factory and The Galaxy Theatre as well as festivals such as Hootenanny.

Three Bad Jacks have received a well-deserved reputation for a fantastic live show in support of their 1999 release, “Made Of Stone”, the Hellbound Train EP in 2002 and their most recent release, “Crazy in the Head”. The three releases along with their twenty separate T-shirt designs, stickers and other merchandise items are strong sellers in traditional retail outlets and at shows.

“Truly. Greasy-headed frontman Elvis Sussia (ex-Terror Train) leads this trio through exceptionally crafted, traditional rockabilly with surfed-up chords that could make old Link Wray blink; there’s chutzpah and heart and true musical command. On "Run Johnny Run" and "Thrill Me," you can practically taste the Blatz, while "Falling Down" might, on a good drunken night, raise the corpse of Gene Vincent. The raging psychobilly track, "Hell Bound Train," is suitably crammed with disgraced angels. On "Gone Gone Goodbye" and "Remember the Nights," you swear that Sussia is Elvis.”

The Rocketz hail from Los Angeles, CA and blend rockabilly with rock and roll, their sound uniquely identified by the fluid, Gretsch guitar tones and throaty, grainy vocals of front man, Tony “Slash” Red-Horse. Always animated, always passionate, Tony guides the audience on a rollercoaster of emotions about life, love and heartbreak. This power trio sometimes morphs into a four-piece adding either a 2nd guitarist or a sax player or you might be lucky enough to catch the show where he spots a fellow artist in the crowd and simply hands his Gretsch off and proceeds to free style with the band. This is rock and roll at its best! The Rocketz are sustained by the live performance that their studio recordings do not, can not capture. Their magic is personal and intimate and sometimes, tastefully desperate! Follow The Rocketz on any of your favorite social media platforms.

Tony is endorsed by Gretsch guitars and was a featured artist on Gretsch. He began his musical journey in 1987 as an upright bass / lead vocal for the L.A. based, alternative – rockabilly trio, The Saddle Sores. He is also the founder of one of L.A.’s earliest psychobilly bands, Terror Train, where he began his guitar journey in 1989. As a bassist, he has played with many bands an artists including but not limited to: Trailer Park Casanovas, Johnny Legend, Johnny Carroll, Rudy Dolemite, Tim Polecat, Elvez, Johnny Powers, Robert Gordon, Three Bad Jacks, The Moonlight Trio and many more!