Over 700 Corvettes are about to roll through the Tri-State, here’s why…

Keep an eye out!

Over 700 Corvettes will be rolling through Evansville on their way to the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky on August 28.

The pack plans to make a pit stop at Ellis Park before heading to Bowling Green for the 25th anniversary of the museum where they’ll spend four days. The Corvette Caravan will roll through sometime between 11:30 a.m. – noon and will depart around 1:30 – 2 p.m.

Although it’s not a car show,  Jerry Garrett of the Tri-State Corvette Club said you could swing by to see some of the cars.

The group starts in Seattle, Washington and makes stops along the way all while more Corvettes join the fleet.


The Corvette Caravan is a celebration of America’s Sports Car that takes place once every 5 years.

In fact, it is often referred to as the world’s largest moving automotive event.

This year’s event is slated for Labor Day weekend.

It will culminate with the 25th Anniversary of the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY.

The museum opened its doors in 1994 as a way to preserve all things Corvette.

It has since blossomed to include a dedicated special exhibit hall, PDI delivery area, maintenance and preservation area, full-service store, interactive exhibits, and a world-class Motorsports park.

To celebrate, the museum is hosting several days of activities for registered members.

  • Thursday, Aug. 28: Kickoff ceremony includes a concert by Jefferson Starship and a fireworks show at the NCM Amphitheater.
  • Friday, Aug. 29: The annual  Corvette Hall for Fame Induction ceremony and banquet Presented by the 2019 New England Caravan.
  • Saturday, Aug. 30: Saturday evening wraps up the festivities with a ‘Party Like It’s 1994’ mixer, complete with food, music, and fun.