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Lowriders and their Fans Invade the University of Phoenix Stadium for the Arizona Super Show

The 2014 Arizona Super Show Invades University of Phoenix Stadium

Glendale, ARIZ. (March 29, 2014) – The former Mesa Super Show has morphed into the Arizona Super Show, leaving the Mesa Convention Center for the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale.  Going from 19,000 square feet of enclosed show area to 1.7 million square feet, the new venue chosen by Richard Ochoa and Motorsports Showcase LLC was a good move.

While lowriders and bombs were on display on in the main show areas at the stadium, one whole showroom was dedicated just towards motorcycles, lowrider bikes and pedal cars.  The quality of the builds, etchings and paint on some of the bikes on display was amazing.  Over 600 cars were entered into Saturday’s show, looking their best for the 18,000 lowrider fans who attended.


Though the new venue allowed for many more lowriders to be put on display indoors, the show overflowed into the west lots of the grounds of the stadium.  There were more than 600 entries into the  2014 Arizona Super Show.  With plenty of room for expansion, Arizona Auto Scene would expect that the 2015 Arizona Super Show will out do Saturday’s show.  The change of name and change of venue are going to spread like wildfire throughout the lowrider community.

While rap artists entertained the crowds on stages inside an outside the stadium, the girls from Jaguars Gentleman’s Club made their way through the show posing with some of the rides that made it out to Saturday’s show.  They were promoting the after hop, but we hear many are holding back for to earn some cash during Sunday’s hop sponsored by Frank’s Hydraulics.

Sunday’s hop sponsored by Frank’s Hydraulics is going to be held on the southeast corner of 43rd Ave & Indian School in Phoenix.  The hop starts at 10:00 am.

If you weren’t able to make it out to the show, or want to check out some pics, scroll down to check out some of the cars that made it out to Saturday’s Arizona Super Show, a show that reaches a new level of perfection each year.

Click here to purchase high resolution prints and digital downloads from the Arizona Super Show.

1 Comment

  1. Vicki McAdams says:

    I love to see the old cars and what they did to these cars is interesting. I am looking for a 1963 Chevy II Nova 2 door hard top

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