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The Friends of Steve McQueen Car and Motorcycle Show is Sunday, June 4, 2023 at The Boys Republic in Chino Hills

Register here for car show events held on Boys Republic’s 200-acre main school campus, 1907 Boys Republic Drive in Chino Hills, California.

Sunday, June 4: Car and Motorcycle Show. General Admission tickets, $10 per person. No charge for children 12 and under. Purchase tickets online or at the event.

Display Vehicle Registration: $65 per car and $45 per motorcycle through May 22. Car Show t-shirt is included.

Saturday, June 3: Reception and Annual Commemorative Dinner, $150 per ticket, $1,250 per table (10). Must purchase tickets by May 22.

Friday, June 2: Welcome Party, $35 per person. Must purchase tickets by May 25.

Steve McQueen Car Show

For more than one hundred years, the Boys Republic in Chino Hills has served as a consistent reminder to the community that youth, no matter how challenged, can overcome great obstacles and achieve unimagined success. No former student proved this to be true better than Steve McQueen, a 1946 alumnus of Boys Republic whose story started as a troubled youth and ended as a 20th-century icon. During the height of Steve’s demanding movie career, he would visit Boys Republic often and leverage contacts, friends, and movie studios to help the needs of the school.

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The Friends of Steve McQueen Car and Motorcycle Show exists to extend that legacy through the leadership of co-chairs Chad McQueen and Ron Harris, the creative genius of Peter Dunkel and a talented committee of dedicated and tireless volunteers.  Since 2008, the annual event has raised more than $4.3 million in proceeds that have been applied to fund meaningful programs and campus projects at Boys Republic.

Held on the first weekend in June and themed for a different Steve McQueen movie each year, The Friends of Steve McQueen Car and Motorcycle Show has grown to include a Commemorative Dinner, and most recently, a Welcome Party. Each year thousands of guests attend the weekend events, all held on the sprawling grounds of Steve McQueen’s former school.