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The City of Fairfax and the Clifton Lions Club present the

21st Annual  Labor Day Car Show

Wave Parade a Big Success

Due to restrictions related to public gatherings in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Labor Car Car Show was transformed into a Wave Parade of 30 show vehicles through the streets of Fairfax City. The weather was perfect and a good time was had by participants and spectators alike. Check out the pictures page for some of the highlights.

The show will be back to normal in 2021 with more show cars, more entertainment, more food options, and more spectators.

Our charities are still in need of funds to ensure continuity of operations, so please consider making a charitable donation either through the link below with PayPal or sending a check made payable to the

Clifton Lions Club
P.O. Box 41
Clifton, VA 20124

The Annual Labor Day Car Show is jointly produced by the City of Fairfax and the Clifton Lions Club. The mission of the show is to raise money for local charitable service organizations. Life with Cancer (www.lifewithcancer.org) and the Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Program (www.NVTRP.org) are the major recipients. 100% of the proceeds from the show will be donated and all donations received are tax deductible.

The show features all types of motor vehicles including street rods, foreign, customs, antiques, trucks, muscle cars, motorcycles and more. DJ music fill the air and vendor booths, raffles, and lots of good food from the Clifton Lions and Fairfax restaurants will be available. Show vehicles will be judged with trophies awarded, including a “Participant Pick”. Over 300 vehicles and 5,000 spectators are anticipated at this year’s event.

The show is open to the public free of charge, however spectators are encouraged to make a nominal attendance donation.