Colleyville to host first fall car show Nov. 13

Cars in a line
To enter Colleyville’s Fall Car Show, a registration form must be completed and emailed to the city by Nov. 10. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

To enter Colleyville’s Fall Car Show, a registration form must be completed and emailed to the city by Nov. 10. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The city of Colleyville is hosting its first fall car show Nov. 13, according to the city’s website.

Located in the lot on the south side of Colleyville City Hall, the car show is free and open to the public, along with “well behaved, leashed dogs." Check-in is from 7-8:30 a.m., and the car show is from 9 a.m.-noon, when the trophy presentation will take place.

Bobby Lindamood, Colleyville City Council Place 2 representative and mayor pro tem, said at the council’s Nov. 1 meeting that car clubs are also welcome to attend the event.

Those who want to enter a car, truck or bike into the competition must do so by Nov. 10 for a guaranteed spot, according to the website. There is no fee to enter, but a form must be completed and sent to [email protected] To access the registration form, click here.

“If you have a car, truck, bike, military truck ... just enter it,” Lindamood said at the meeting. “We’d love to have you out there and want you to participate.”


As far as entertainment goes, the band Six of the Matter will perform a variety of music, “offering a taste of everything from Shania Twain to Dwight Yoakam, AC/DC to Ozzy and dance to current hits,” the website stated. Attendees are invited to bring lawn chairs or picnic blankets to watch Six of the Matter perform from 9 a.m.-noon.

In addition, the event will have giant Jenga, checkerboards and Connect 4 along with cornhole. The city will also hand out Colleyville footballs and discs for attendees.
By Bailey Lewis
Bailey Lewis covers the cities of Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake, as well as Keller, Roanoke and northeast Fort Worth. In December 2020, she graduated from the University of Oklahoma with her Bachelor's degree in journalism. Previously, she worked and interned for various publications, such as Local Profile, the OU Daily, the Malheur Enterprise and News21. When she's not writing, she enjoys spending time with her cat and watching documentaries.


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