The streets of Kerrobert rumbled last week at a day-long event that featured more than 150 classic vehicles. The Kerrobert Kinsmen Show and Shine hosted the Miles of Mayhem in the city. Miles of Mayhem is a traveling car show and has chosen Kerrobert as its destination this year. Each vehicle drove past the Kerrobert Courthouse to take a photo and allow spectators of the event to get a close look.
Lead organizer and member of the Kerrobert Kinsmen, Ashton Tetzlaff says that despite the hot weather, it was an amazing day for the community.
“Probably one of the biggest crowds we’ve seen in a while. The first car arrived at 2 a.m. and they were still arriving around midnight. We lost some of the vehicles to the weather, but we probably had close to 160 vehicles in total, either stopping at the car show or passing by.
The temperatures were scorching, as were the burgers that were barbecued by members of the Kerrobert Kinsmen. The hundreds of burgers sold fed everyone and refreshments were served in the beer gardens as the Prairie band Brayden King performed for the crowd.
Tetzlaff continued to praise the city for their support throughout the event.
“It was a very good turnout and we were really pleased with how the event went. This was the first year the Kinsmen took over the car show, so we were extremely pleased with the support from the city and everyone who came and made it a great day.
Over 300 people attended and the money raised from the beer gardens and barbecue will be donated directly to the community.
Photos from the event are listed below.