- Latest makes & models
- Famous cars from films & TV
- Fun, family-friendly event
About This Deal
Although the price of gas has gone up in recent years, driving is still cheaper than chartering a team of clydesdales and snobbish sled dogs that refuse to make engine-vrooming noises. Celebrate America's favorite canine alternative with today's deal: for $5, you get one ticket good for one day’s admission to the Greater Milwaukee Auto Show, produced by Motor Trend Auto Shows and held at the Frontier Airlines Center February 26 through March 6, 2011 (up to a $10 value, depending on age).
The Greater Milwaukee Auto Show shifts motor-heads into the highest gears of happiness, presenting dozens of new cars under one roof. In addition to the latest makes, concept cars and alternative-fuel vehicles from Chevrolet, Ford and more, the show will roll out the red carpet for some of Hollywood's hottest wheels, including the F-Bomb Camaro from Fast & Furious, the original Doc Hudson from Disney/Pixar's Cars and the 1981 DeLorean from Back To The Future. Those driven by the thrill of sport should speed to the interactive area hosted by the Milwaukee Bucks, featuring basketball demonstrations, kids’ clinics, and dance performances. Consult the venue map in advance to chart the most efficient course between each four-wheeled wonder.
Admission to the Greater Milwaukee Auto Show is free for kids 6 and younger, in honor of their role as America's most prolific toy-car drivers. Children ages 7–12 also enter free with a paying adult on Sunday, March 6th.