FOC Auto Fair

The Friends of Charity Auto Fair, formerly the Friends of Coal Auto Fair, is one of the state's premier car show and festivals.  Held on the spacious grounds of the Raleigh County Memorial Airport in Beckley, West Virginia, the show features hundreds of rods, customs, classics, muscle cars, motorcycles, tuners, and trucks from all years. Additionally you will find arts and crafts vendors, local business representatives, and food vendors. The event is concluded with a Saturday Night Concert featuring musical performances by well-known performers and up & coming future stars.

Since the event's inception, the goal for the Auto Fair has been to help raise funds for local charitable organizations to boost the economy and shed light on what these organizations do to make our area a better place to live, work and play. Thanks to our sponsors, participants and patrons, the show continues to be successful in accomplishing these objectives.

Proceeds of the 2019 Friends of Charity Auto Fair support Hospice of Southern West Virginia.

Register Your Ride

Registration includes a two-day pass for you and a guest*, your window sticker, 12’x20’ space, and eligibility to win awards & prizes.

Official commemorative Southern West Virginia Auto Fair Dash Plaques are given to the first 500 vehicles registered.

*Additional passengers are subject to the fairground admission fee. Children 12 & under get in FREE.

Click Here to Register Your Vehicle for the Friends of Charity Auto Fair!

Saturday Night Concert

The Saturday Night Concert is the major highlight of the Friends of Charity Auto Fair, featuring performances by some of music's biggest stars. Bring the entire family and enjoy the 2019 event on Saturday, July 13th at 7:30 p.m.

Ryan Hurd

From Kalamazoo Michigan, up and coming country music star Ryan Hurd is known for his hit singles “To A T” and “Diamonds or Twine.”

In 2015, he celebrated his first No. 1 single as a songwriter with the GRAMMY and CMA-nominated duet, “Lonely Tonight,” recorded by Blake Shelton and Ashley Monroe. Ryan Hurd is no stranger to the road; he has toured with Thomas Rhett, Florida Georgia Line and Maren Morris for multiple tours, both in the United States and internationally. In addition, Hurd was named Rolling Stone Country’s “Artist You Need to Know” and a CMT “Listen Up” artist. 

Taylor Made

Hailing from Grafton, W.Va., Taylor Made is comprised of siblings Wendy Williams, Greg Duckworth and Brian Duckworth. The group was discovered and signed by Dale Morris Productions (DMP). Morris is the Nashville management executive behind Alabama, Kenny Chesney, Big & Rich and Gretchen Wilson.

Taylor Made developed a collection of songs that has crowds flocking to their shows. “Heavy Duty Beauty”celebrates the love unique to a man who cherishes his line-dancing woman. “We Used To Have It Made In America” is heartfelt social commentary and “Mamma Take The Hurt Away” is about raw emotion.

Taylor Made has opened for many world-renowned artists including Sugarland, Randy Travis, Charlie Daniels, Heidi Newfield and Randy Owen.

Buy Tickets for the Friends of Charity Auto Fair!

This year, we're offering an Advance Ticket package. Advance tickets are $5 per person for the entire Auto Fair weekend (Friday and Saturday) and include admission to the Saturday evening concert.

If you do not purchase an advance ticket for the Friends of Charity Auto Fair, single day passes will be available at the gate on the day of the event. Tickets at the gate cost $5 per person for Friday, July 12 and $10 per ticket on Saturday, July 13, which includes the evening concert. 

Children ages 12 and under will get into the Auto Fair for free.

Advanced ticket sales are available until Thursday, July 11 at 11:55 p.m.