Celebrating 25 Years of the July Jamboree Auto Show in Cedar City

On Saturday, July 9, 2022, Cedar City’s biggest summer event brought together nearly 15,000 residents, visitors and tourists for the 25th Annual July Jamboree, hosted by the Cedar City Rotary Club.

Downtown Cedar City was filled with classic cars, motorcycles and semi-trucks, vendor booths, live local bands, a food court, a 4:00 p.m. beer and wine garden at 10 p.m. A fun evening was had by all with a plethora of sights, smells, tastes and sounds lining the streets. “We kicked off the festivities this year with a free registration night the night before at Tink’s, a signing sponsor of the July Jamboree, said David Westwood, Cedar City Rotarian and event chair. ” It all started from there. All in all, it was the best Jamboree so far!

Sue Longson, Rotarian from Cedar City and member of the planning committee agreed with Westwood saying, “As it’s the 25th year, this is our biggest fundraiser and it’s appreciated by all involved! I look forward to this event every year and this year was one for the books.

The Jamboree is organized by the Cedar City Rotary Club with the help of sponsors and volunteers from across the community. Signature sponsors include Tink’s Auto Parts, Cherry Creek Media, Storage General, Cedar City Motor Company, Iron Springs Resort, Southern Utah University and Iron County Today. It takes hundreds of volunteers and approximately 4,000 volunteer hours to make the event happen.

Funds raised through the Jamboree, along with other Cedar City Rotary Club events, support projects and organizations that include Veterans Memorial Park, Iron County Care and Share, Canyon Creek Services, Cedar City Music Arts, the Happy Factory , Little League Baseball, the Southwest Livestock Show, the SUU Childcare Center, and scholarships for SUU and Southwest Tech students, to name a few.

Rotary brings together a global network of volunteer leaders dedicated to addressing the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. They connect 1.4 million members of more than 35,000 Rotary clubs in almost every country in the world. Together they work together to promote peace, fight disease and provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene. They also work to support education and grow local economies. For more information on becoming a member of the Cedar City Rotary Club, email Christy Hugh at [email protected]

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