Still Throwin’ Down FIRE After Nine Years!

The Sparks Show 2022, presented by HammerD Weekend Wear, brought tons of custom vehicles to the Sevier County Fairgrounds Aug. 12-14 in Sevierville, Tennessee. This year’s event was sponsored by JR Griffey & Son Body Shop, MiniTruckersUnion, All Time Low, Flea Paint Works, Logan Wade Photography, Dizzy Designs, Airlift Performance, and many more. Tons of vendors such as Drop Em wear? clothing, OLP, Mad House Designs pinstriping, DJ Maze, and Gooch Freehand Pinstriping showed up to support the show and scene. 

Adam Tripp, Heather Tripp, Don “Dizzy” Davis, and all of the Sparks Show crew did an outstanding job organizing this year’s event! This three-day show is one that should be on your calendar each year. It kicked off Friday night with a pre-party at Tennessee Shine Company. The gates opened on Saturday morning and the crowd did not stop pouring in! With more than 300 registered vehicles and over 1,000 spectators, the fairgrounds were rockin’ the entire weekend.

Year after year, Adam and the crew continue to give back to local charities. This year they were able to raise over $6,000 for the Spreadin’ The Love foundation!

After the limbo contest and club games came to an end, the awards ceremony was a great way to close out the show. Shane Andrews took home the Best of Show award, Jeremy Dickerson won Best Under Construction, and Josh Cyrus won Best Mini-Truck and the Draggin Metal Media Award. Banzai members came out in full force and took home the Club Participation award. Congrats to everyone who took home some of the awesome Welch’s Chop Shop awards!