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Kingman Route 66 Fest boasts impressive new entertainment line-up

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October 2022

KINGMAN – The Kingman Route 66 Fest returns October 14 and 15, celebrating all things Route 66 from classic cars to road-trip music, street art to food truck fare. The festival will be hosted at Lewis Kingman Park, a historic outdoor recreation site on Route 66, and will once again feature an assortment of crafts, beers, food trucks, vendors, a mobile zipline, car and motorcycle show – and live music.
New are the Queen of the Mother Road Pin Up Contest, the vintage trailer Tow ‘N Show Camp-out, a road-sign graffiti contest, euro-bungee, monster slide and various presentations by Route 66 experts. Live performers at this year’s Route 66 Fest include Cash’d Out Premier Johnny Cash Show, The Jonathon Lee Band, The Nicki Park Band, and Robert Kramer.
The festivities are scheduled to begin at 3 p.m.-8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 14, and 10 a.m.-8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 15. The Festival is free to spectators and public parking is available in the adjacent lot at the corner of Route 66 and Fairgrounds Boulevard. Wristbands to take part in rides and activities will be available for $10 each day. Participation in the Mother Road Motorcycle Show, Classic 66 Car Show and Tow ‘N Show Camp-out are free, however there are some restrictions and pre-event registration is required.
For more information about the Kingman 66 Fest or to register for any of the events, please visit: or call the Kingman Visitor Center at 1 (866) 427-7866.

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