February 19, 2020 – A note to all attendees
The 2020 Indian Uprising All Pontiac Weekend has been CANCELED
￼￼The host hotel and facility that the Indian Uprising has called home for the past five years has decided to close it’s doors. We have been unsuccessful in finding another facility that will let us give you the same high-quality event you are accustomed too with in the short time frame presented to us.
We’ve also had a few other setbacks in the past few weeks. Putting all this together the Indian Uprising show planning committee has decided to cancel the 2020 Indian Uprising All Pontiac weekend.￼
If you have registered for the show, you will be contacted via email giving options as to how or if you would like your refund.
This is a very sad day. As this would have been our 30th anniversary. We are currently in search for a new facility for the 2021 Indian Uprising all Pontiac weekend and we will keep you, our very loyal guests in the loop when we have information to share.
So with all this said, please leave the second weekend of August 13,14 & 15, 2021 open on your calendar. We are down for this year but most certainly not out.
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ABOUT THIS EXTRAORDINARY EVENT
From our humble beginning at Skips Drive in with just a handful of cars to the McDonalds in Oak Brook with 150 cars, the event experiences massive growth each year. The Indian Uprising is now considered to be one of the largest and highest quality shows in the Pontiac end of the automobile hobby drawing over 600 cars annually with thousands of spectators. Over the life span of the event, The Cruisin’ Tigers have donated proceeds totaling far more than $100,000 to children’s charities.