Hot Classic Nights is back & even bigger & better!

This is a chance for all classic car lovers to "ooh and ahh!" over some of the most beautiful cars in the universe. (As far as we know!).

And the "show off" part?

Classic car owners are all invited to bring their gorgeous, shiny, classic cars down to the historic and super classy Nyberg's Ace in Downtown Sioux Falls, tomorrow night, July 23. This is where you can "show off"! And rightfully so. It takes a lot of work to maintain cars like this or to restore one!

What is the cost?

Nothing. This 5th annual event allows all car lovers to bring their vehicles for others to enjoy. The only cost to you is what you chow down on, or drink from the multiple food  & beverage trucks that will also be in attendance.

What time does this party start & should we bring anything?

The parking of the vehicles begins at 2. The party gets underway at 4 and ends at 10 PM. Free parking in the city ramp for everyone else at 11th & 1st Avenue. Remember to bring your own chair!

All proceeds from the Shriners' beverage sales are donated to Shriners' children's charities.

Who's the big band they're bringing in?

They've had fourteen Top 40 Hits and they're still spreading joy every time they perform! It's the iconic 60s group the Grass Roots. You'll be hearing those amazing hits like "Sooner or Later", "Temptation Eyes", and "Midnight Confessions" and you'll feel like you're 16 again!

For more information see Nyberg's Ace online and on Facebook!

Here Are The 7 Remaining Drive-In Theaters In South Dakota

If you were born last century...you know, in the nineteen hundreds (ugh)...you may have spent a summer evening in the car watching movies. I don't mean on your phone, I mean at the drive-in movie theater!

If you were in Sioux Falls in the 1970s and '80's you may remember seeing Jaws and Indiana Jones at The East Park or the Starlite Drive-In. Both drive-ins opened just after World War 2. The East Park didn't make it out of the '70s, closing in 1978. The Starlite survived long enough to see the birth of home video, closing in 1985.


Drive-in movies had a bit of a resurgence during the pandemic. They were a way to go out and do something social without getting out of your car.

If you tried one during that time, or you remember the fun of a warm summer evening watching movies on that giant screen there are still places in South Dakota and around Sioux Falls you can do it.