January
1. Cavalcade of Customs
January 10-12—Cincinnati, OH
Indoor shows keep automotive entertainment rolling during the freezing winter months. Check out America’s finest hot rods, customs, trucks of all sizes, and bikes while browsing the coolness most outdoor summer shows don’t offer. Just because it’s snowing out, doesn’t mean the roads to a good time are frozen. Check out autorama.com for more details.

2. World Of Wheels
January 25-27—Pittsburgh, PA
For those who follow the Championship Auto Show circuit, you’ll know that World Of Wheels is one of the great ones. Not only do you get to check out some amazing vehicles, but there are tons of other perks like the Meguiar’s Car Care Tips clinics, a pinball tournament for all the wizards out there, a pinup girl contest, and tons of celebrity meet and greets. Don’t miss out! More info at autorama.com.

February
3. Bring The Noize
February 9 — Glendale, AZ
Arizona is where the show season kicks off. This one-day event goes from 8am-5pm, and with tons of custom cars and trucks to look at, and a list of cool prizes to be won in the huge raffle, you won’t want to miss it. Make sure to head to Victory Lane Sports Park for a real Sunday Funday. More information is available at artofnoize.com/BTN14.

4. Lone Star Throwdown
February 21-23—Conroe, TX
The new Texas sensation is back and ready to prove that their hostile takeover isn’t a fluke. Looking for a truck show with an old school feel? Well, that’s just what the guys behind this show have prided themselves on bringing to the people. Start the New Year right, and come out for one hell of a good time. Additional info available is at lonestarthrowdown.com.

5. AutoRama
February 22-24—Salt Lake City, UT
Autorama is one of the three huge touring indoor winter shows. There’s so much great stuff to see like the tribute to the Batmobile, pinup girls, BMX stunt shows, free celebrity autograph sessions, helpful instructional car care series brought to you by Meguiar’s, and so much more. Make sure to check autorama.com leading up to the show as more events will be added to the lineup.

March
6. Forbidden Fantasy Show ’N’ Shine
March 15-16—Lake Perris, CA
Southern California lets loose every spring with the arrival of FFF’s annual custom bash. The two-day event draws in tons of rides from across the southwest, and if you’re in the surrounding vicinity, and are looking to jump start the show season, look no further than this event. For more information, visit forbiddenfantasyshow.com.

7. Drag For Diabetes
March 23-24—Galveston Island, TX
Proceeds from this event go directly to diabetes research. What better way to justify driving out and spending time at an event that focuses on benefiting the lives of those affected by diabetes. Bring your truck, car, or motorcycle out for a weekend of a cool show that supports a cause. For more information, visit dragfordiabetes.com.