The Brochacho’s Social Club is hosting a car show on March 7th at Bonnie Springs Ranch. Last years relaxed show and shine included music, cars and a few dozen friends. This years event should be even bigger.

Bonnie Springs Ranch was originally built in 1843 as a stopover for the wagon trains going to California down the Old Spanish Trail. Today the grounds are a delight for locals and tourists alike. There is a dinner house and a quaint cocktail lounge. They have a petting zoo, shops, horseback and pony rides, a museum and old fashion western gun fights. Take the train from the parking lot to old town.

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^ Live entertainment includes The Scoundrels, an American underground rock ‘n roll band. Members include Bianca Bananas on vocals, Steve DeZarn on guitar, Guy Griebel on bass and Luis Mendez on drums. Check them out here

the legendary boilermakers
^ Also playing are The Legendary Boilermakers, self-described savage rockabilly band. Members Dave, Chad, and Jomar played last years event. Check them out and like them on FB.

Bring all your friends and family. This is a free show and shine car show (reminder, its on dirt) from 11AM – 3PM. The show is open to pre-1970s hot rods, rat rods, kustoms, motorcycles, trucks, VWs, bombs, and classics. Tickets for the gun show, old town and petting zoo are available at the shop.

Bonnie Springs Ranch
16395 Bonnie Springs Rd, Las Vegas, NV, 89124

Sunday Slacker Magazine is a proud sponsor of this event. See you on Saturday. brochachofest2

Below are a few photos from the 2014 show.
1948 buick
1960 impala