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Rumble Car Show to return to Mars after year in Saxonburg

Classic cars of all kinds gathered at the third Rumble Car Show in 2022, the last one to be held in Mars. The organizers intend to move the show back to Mars in July after holding the 2023 show in Saxonburg. File photo

The Rumble Car Show will return to its original home along the streets of Mars.

At the Mars borough council’s meeting on Monday, Feb. 19, organizers John Podolak, of After Hours Tattoo Studio, and Natasha Smith, of Social Club Grooming Co. got the green light to bring the popular classic car show back to Mars this July.

The Rumble Car Show began in 2019 along the streets of Mars. It quickly became a sprawling event, with the borough practically shutting down as classic car enthusiasts traveled across the country to mingle.

For the fourth edition of the Rumble show last year, the organizers moved the show to the Saxonburg Volunteer Fire Company event grounds. At the time, they said they wanted to move to a larger space.

This year, the duo wants to bring the event back home.

“This is just where it belongs, where we want to have it,” Podolak said. “Everybody’s business is down here. It helps supports all the businesses. So that’s why we would like to have it back in Mars.”

Plans for the show have not yet been finalized. However, Podolak said there will be food vendors and live music, as were featured at previous editions of the Rumble.

“We’re just bringing everything back home to Mars like it used to be,” Podolak said.

One of the few details known about the show so far is that the parking lot of the Advance Community Church on Grand Avenue is expected to be used as a staging ground for the show, the organizers said.

The Rumble Car Show is scheduled for July 27.

Car enthusiasts of all ages had the opportunity to see a variety of custom cars, trucks motorcycles, Rat Rods, Street Rods, and Hot Rods at the 3rd annual Mars Rumble car show Saturday. The event also included live music, food, drinks, circus entertainment, and an auction. Harold Aughton/Special to the Eagle.

Sam Ferrante of Ellwood City displayed his 1932 Ford Roadster for car enthusiasts attending the Mars Rumble car show in 2021. The event included a variety custom of cars, trucks motorcycles, as well as live music, food, drinks, circus entertainment, and an auction. Harold Aughton/Special to the Eagle.

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