F-100 Supernationals Truck Show Puts Fun in the Driver’s Seat
The F-100 Supernationals & All Ford Show is coming back to the Smokies this spring! Now in its 36th year, this popular pickup truck show is dedicated to the bestselling F-100 series of Ford trucks. If you own a classic pickup, are looking to buy one, or are just an admirer of good old fashioned American manufacturing, this truck show in Pigeon Forge is a can’t miss event!
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When and Where
The F-100 Supernationals will be held at the Pigeon Forge Municipal Parking Facility from May 15 – May 17. Each day’s festivities will begin at 8 a.m. and end at 6 p.m. You can find the Municipal Parking Facility at 2936 Teaster Lane in Pigeon Forge, close to The Island entertainment complex.
While the truck show will be held at the Parking Facility, the award show will take place down the road at the new LeConte Convention Center. On Saturday May 17 starting at 5 p.m., judges will hand out prizes to the very best pickups at the Supernationals. The LeConte Center is located at 2986 Teaster Lane in Pigeon Forge.
Registration and Admission
Do you think your classic F-100 truck has what it takes to bring home the gold? If you’re a proud owner of a Ford pickup, you can register your vehicle for the chance to win some great prizes. To sign up your truck, fill out the form on the official F-100 Supernationals website and include $40 with your paperwork.
If you just want to attend the truck show in Pigeon Forge as a spectator, general admission is $10 per person. Kids 12 years old and younger get in free!
What to Expect
The F-100 Supernationals is a dream come true for classic Ford fans! With over 700 pickups expected to take part in the event, the Supernationals is one of the biggest truck shows in the nation.
If you are looking to buy or sell a truck, this is the place to do it! With so many F-100 owners, vendors, and swap meets, the Supernationals is also ideal for anyone looking for rare parts for their pickup.
Another highlight of the show is the Master of Ceremonies: Sam Memmolo, the host of Motorhead Garage on Fox Sports Network. A crowd favorite in years past, Sam keeps the Supernationals filled with nonstop music, laughs, and entertainment.
Looking for other great events going on in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg? Check out the Visit My Smokies events calendar to see everything that is happening in the Great Smoky Mountains!