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Diamond Level Sponsor
Saturday, May 25, 2024

Join us on the beautiful mall of Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina. Please mark your calendars for an exciting and unique British Classic car show event on Saturday, May 25, 2024. All British cars and motorcycles are eligible.

Your registration fee of $40 includes entrance of one (1) car into the show and 2 admission tickets to the Greenville Scottish Games. Each Car will also receive a commemorative dash plaque. Registration on the day of the show will be $50.00. There is no charge to visit the car show, and parking is FREE. Your registration admits your party and you into the Highland Games area of the show, and we certainly recommend you spend some time there. There are a lot of entertaining events and food/beverage sales. For more information about the event visit www.gallabrae.com and www.SBMOC.com. Pre-Registrants will receive an email acknowledgment of their entry and any additional information 1 week before the show. Please register online and take advantage of the admission reimbursement option. Last year we had a bad weather forecast, and those that choose that option were able to get their registration fee refunded.
Hope to see ya'll, DanR
We're in. The bands that were playing at the games last year were extremely entertaining, the fire display to the Game of Thrones theme was a highlight ( and I've never seen a minute of that show). Greenville is a nice city to visit.
Tom j
If I enter the Event from 25 Bypass near 2600 Duncan Chapel Rd, Greenville, SC 29617, can anyone tell me if there will be "signs" pointing the way like last year?