Antique & Classic Car Show Returns to the Riverfront
A variety of antique and classic vehicles will be on display at the Sioux City Museum and Historical Association’s annual Bill Diamond Antique & Classic Car Show on Sunday, July 14. The event is free and open to the public from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the grounds of the Sergeant Floyd River Museum & Welcome Center on the riverfront.
Music will be provided by Big Daddy of Classic Rock 99.5. This is a Show and Shine event; pre-registration is not required.
The Sioux City Museum & Historical Association renamed the car show in 2004 to honor the event’s co-founder and long-time director of the Sioux City Public Museum, Bill Diamond. The car show was started in 1970 at the Sioux City Public Museum site as part of a temporary exhibition. The event proved to be so popular that it was continued and eventually moved down to its current location on the riverfront.
The Sergeant Floyd River Museum & Welcome Center is located at 1000 Larsen Park Road via I-29, exit 149 in Sioux City. For more information, contact the Sergeant Floyd River Museum and Welcome Center at (712)279-0198 or visit siouxcitymuseum.org.