Slamfest Custom Car Show Still Going Strong After 29 Years!

If you’ve never attended Slamfest, you’re missing out on one of the longest-running shows in the country! Being in its 29th year, Slamfest has been around longer than most of us have even been driving. Hell, Slamfest is older than some of the new generation coming up in the scene. 

The Mini Madness crew is who you can thank for all these years of awesome shows, and this year’s fest was no different. Mini Madness successfully continued the tradition, even battling the adversity that is 2020 and making some changes to the way Slamfest was run this year.

The perfect October weather at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa was warm, gorgeous and inviting, and it welcomed in all the crazy cool rides from all over the country. The show field offered plenty of room for vehicles spread out with their clubs.

Slamfest car showWalking around Slamfest, you would run into some famous builds like Mike Barcia’s “No Compromise,” and you could finally meet people you may only know through social media.

Mini Madness was grateful to have Aspire Auto and HornBlasters as title sponsors, and for all the vendors like Drop Em Wear, Low Label, K.I.K., American Force Wheels, Drivn, Hot Rides Mag, All Real Gold, WinterFab, Our Lifestyle the Podcast and the list goes on and on. And of course, Slamfest couldn’t continue without the support of the scene that has had their back for 29 years. Mini Madness can’t be more appreciative to all who attended!

Mark your calendars for Slamfest 30, Oct. 9-10, 2021, because you won’t want to miss it!