The Hippy Killer Hoedown takes place at the Farmers Fairgrounds, 18700 Lake Perris Drive, Perris, CA. on April 22, 2017. The Hoedown was created for automobile enthusiasts and their families. Expect live music, free giveaways, custom cars, vans, and motorcycles. Main gates open at 10 am to 8 pm. This is a family friendly event. If you would like to get involved with the Hoedown, please contact us.
Due to Fairgrounds’ insurance policies, no vehicles are allowed to drive through the venue during business hours. We’re requesting that all custom vehicles that wish to partake in the car and bike show please be on location by 9:30 am. Motorcyclist will be allowed to walk your bike in and out. They are not allowed to be ridden in/ out. We ask that you please obey the rules as they’re being strictly enforced.


SHOW VEHICLES

Gate C opens at 7 am – You’ll come off of Ramona Parkway and head down Lake Perris Drive. Don’t pull into the main parking access lanes, stay on Lake Perris Drive, about a 1/4 mile, and you’ll see signs to Gate C to gain access to the property. A parking attendant will get you placed. Please no outside alcohol, coolers or grills; full concessions and ATMs are on the property. * If for any reason you need to leave the property before the show ends please find a security member so they can assist off the property safely.

MOTORCYCLIST

Gate C opens at 7 am – Come off of Ramona Parkway and head down Lake Perris Drive. Don’t pull into the main parking access lanes, stay on Lake Perris Drive, about a 1/4 mile, and you’ll see signs to Gate C to gain access to the property. After 10 am motorcycles will have to be walked in or escorted by staff through crowds.

FLAT TRACK / MINI BIKE RACES

We’ll have a dedicated spot for you to set up if you wish. You can not drive your mini bikes through the main area of the show. Please honor this request.

Hosted by Hell on Wheels MC


VENDORS

Gate C opens at 7 am – We’re asking that you be on location between 7 am and 9 as the fire department needs to do a walk through before the main gates open. We need you to unload your products and park your

vehicles in the dedicated vendor parking as quickly as possible. This will help us eliminate any unforeseen issues. We will be on location Friday from 12 pm until 5 pm if you prefer to set up your easy ups. It’s a secured area.

SECURITY

We’re fortunate to be working with the USA Protection Services this year. They are very familiar with the So- Cal Fairgrounds and their policies. The NO Colors policy will be in effect and hope that you understand. We love that the Hoedown is a family friendly event and would like to keep it that way. If any issues or concerns arise please find the nearest security guards.


Watch Keith “Kid” Dean Chop a 1946 Chevy during show!

South End Kustom was started by Dick Dean, the year was 1956 in Wyandotte, Michigan. Working for other shops, such as Clark/ Kaiser and the Alexander Brothers. South End Kustom stayed busy. In 1959, at the Detroit Autorama, Dick met George Barris. George had told Dick that he needed to be in California. At the end of that year Dick closed the shop and moved to California to work for Barris. In 2005, Dick Dean was set to retire. His son, Keith Dean wanted to continue the “Dean” tradition . As a tribute to Dick, Keith reopened the shop as South End Kustom and is continuing the old school kustom tradition set forth by his father.