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candace l.
Report | a month ago
Sorry. Some of us don't have the luxury of dropping our kids off with a sitter everyday. And by the way, it is considered a family event!
Susan D.
Report | a month ago
Love auto shows tried to enjoy this one.I HATED ALL THE PEOPLE WITH KIDS! I wanted to get on the speaker system and tell them to get their grubby snot nosed brats out of the beautiful cars and allow them to jump on the seats. wanted to look to buy
Chris H.
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Report | 2 years ago
The show was very fun and there was a decent amount of cars there but many dealers didnt bring their more expensive cars
haywood e.
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Report | 2 years ago
Good show needs more exotic cars
James M.
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Report | 2 years ago
Good show needs more concept cars.
Rocco
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Report | 2 years ago
This was a great deal and because I went a friend decided to go with me.
Ellen
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Report | 2 years ago
A must for car enthusiasts or anyone shopping for a new vehicle.
Kalie M.
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Report | 2 years ago
Probably wouldn't have gone on my own... Bought the tickets to take my boyfriend. Ended up having a fun time and really enjoying the show and ourselves.
Shannon S.
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Report | 2 years ago
The kids really enjoyed seeing the cars, but I think the kids section should have been open longer than 4pm
Katie
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Report | 2 years ago
It is a nice show but they do not have many of the high end supercars or concepts. I would like to see more of those like the Nissan GT-R!
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The annual Pittsburgh International Auto Show brings brand-new cars and auto enthusiasts together for four days of gazing and gear talk. An expansive layout of sparkling domestic and exotic international rides unfurls within the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, where show-goers can snap pictures with the auto industry’s latest crop of carriages. Daily events keep attendants abreast of new, innovative technologies and reveal how automakers fit live horses into today’s car engines. The Pittsburgh International Auto Show also keeps youngsters occupied with kid-focused entertainment like the SimZilla extreme racing simulator and a NASCAR racing simulator Hank the interactive robot. For those who are not-so automotively enthused, there are plenty of other forms of entertainment including a 30 ft. ultimate gaming experience trailer, spa treatments, car raffles, and tons of other giveaways and attractions. Discount parking and free shuttles from Smallman St. in The Strip are also available.

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