Spring Carlisle & Auction
May 27-31, 2020
NOTE: Due to the continued COVID-19 pandemic and with the health and safety in mind of the Carlisle community, Carlisle Events staff as well as Spring Carlisle and Carlisle Auction guests and business partners, Carlisle Events and Carlisle Auctions have RESCHEDULED Spring Carlisle 2020 for May 27-31 at the Carlisle PA Fairgrounds, with a new auction date of May 28-29 at the Carlisle Expo Center. All original tickets, car corral spaces, vending spaces and auction commitments will be honored for the new event dates.
Spring Carlisle plays host to 100,000 collector and classic automotive enthusiasts from around the world who traverse the Carlisle PA Fairgrounds to buy, sell and celebrate all things automotive. This is a fun-filled weekend the entire family will enjoy.
While exploring the grounds and 8,100 vending spaces, you will marvel at one of the largest automotive flea markets in the world. Carlisle is the place to purchase any of the 2,000 vehicles at the car corral and deal directly with the car owner to work out the best price. Spring Carlisle also offers a two-day collector car auction powered by Carlisle Auctions and this, in addition to the car corral, is a great way to start a new collection or add to an existing one; all at an affordable price point.
The fairgrounds offers great fair-style food such as pizza, hot dogs, funnel cakes, ice cream, BBQ, crab cakes, and much more! Visit CarlisleTickets.com for your discounted admission tickets & event passes! Children 12 and under are free. For more information regarding Spring Carlisle, visit CarlisleEvents.com.
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Dining & Nightlife
After the show relax at one of our great restaurants, bars and pubs. View all your restaurant options.