Courtesy of Downtown Issaquah Association.

Courtesy of Downtown Issaquah Association.

Annual Father’s Day car show returns after two-year interruption

The event will take place on June 19 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Front Street.

The Downtown Issaquah Association announced that the 15th Annual Fenders on Front Street car show will return June 19, where hundreds of classic and vintage car owners across Washington will display their vehicles along downtown Issaquah’s Front Street and the 1950s themed diner, Triple XXX Rootbeer Drive-In.

Long-time sponsors of Fenders on Front Street, Evergreen Chevy and Evergreen Ford, will be joined this year by the Myrtle Lodge, RAD Custom Rides, and the Grange. The event, which attracts thousands of visitors and will run from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., will feature live music, food trucks, vendors, and an awards ceremony.

Classic or vintage car owners can register their vehicles to participate in the show, and all makes, models, and years are welcome. Donations will go towards the Downtown Issaquah Association and Life Enrichment Options, an organization assisting mothers of young adults with developmental disabilities.

For more information or to register your vehicle visit

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