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5th Annual Sundown on Depot Car Show

The fifth annual Sundown on Depot will return to historic downtown Greeneville on August 22 with a new location, Main Street.

Each year Sundown on Depot is traditionally held in conjunction with the Greeneville Iris Festival. With the cancellation of the 2020 Iris Festival, due to COVID-19, came the opportunity for an August Sundown on Depot show date for 2020.

Cars, trucks and bikes of all makes and models are invited to cruise in to downtown, fill Main Street, and enjoy the day. Food trucks and concession vendors will be offering their fare. Hours of Sundown are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Capitol Theatre, located on Main Street, will offer a 3 p.m., showing of the classic movie “California Kid”.

New to the show will be the awarding of Cool Pick and Specialty Awards. These awards are supplied by Bachman Bernard, Gateway Ford, Black Label Coatings, Harrison’s Rod & Custom, United by Trucks, and Brabb Gregg. The first 200 registered participants will receive a dash plaque. There will also be door prizes and cash prizes. Registration is $10 per vehicle. Awards ceremony will be held in the Capitol Theatre at 5 p.m.

Sponsors of the car show are English Color and Supply, Greeneville Federal Bank, Landair, Jerry’s Used Cars & Parts, Cornerstone Wealth Management Group, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Gary’s Paint & Body, RPC Farms, Bewley Properties, Jeffers Funeral and Cremation Services, Parton’s Rod & Custom, Shades of the Past, and Wilburn Excavating & Construction.

Proceeds from the show go to fund the ministry of Holston United Methodist Home for Children.

Visit Sundown on Depot on Facebook and Instagram for more details or contact Bill Collins, 552-8376, Mike Boles, 638-4558, or Joni Parker, Greene County Partnership, 423-638-4111.