Does the combination of custom cars, live music and sunny Indiana weather sound like a great day for you? Do you love checking out hot rods, low riders and motorcycles? Then Hendricks County has the perfect event for you coming up June 11-12.

Slamology Automotive & Music Festival returns to Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park in Brownsburg, Indiana, for an 19th year! This massive custom car show and music festival attracts auto enthusiasts from all over the country to show off their cars, enjoy live music and compete for prizes. If you have a hot rod to show off or even if you're just a fan, there's lots to enjoy during this fun-filled weekend.

Custom Car ShowsCar displayed at Slamology

The biggest attraction at Slamology is probably the custom car shows. Hot rods, imports, low riders, mini trucks, motorcycles and more can enter to win cash prizes in a variety of categories. If you've tricked out your ride, you'll want to bring it to Slamology for your chance at cash.

With more than 50 different show car classes, you can imagine just how many cars there are to see at this event.

The awards include Best Interior, Best of Show, Longest Distance Traveled and Best Paint. Slamology also has events for every kind of car enthusiast, whether you like new cars or the old classics.

If you don't have a custom car of your own, head out and see all the hard work these owners have put into their rides.

Car Limbo & Other ContestsAuto limbo contest at Slamology

Slamology is a car show, but it isn't just a car show. The amount of unique and innovative contests they put their cars and themselves through is insane.

There's an auto limbo contest, a hydraulics demonstration, a Big Rig Roundup Semi Contest, a car stereo contest and even a tattoo contest!

There's also a kids play zone for the little ones, and a throwback reunion for those of us who remember the "good ole days" of events like Super Chevy Sunday.

Live MusicLive music flows through the Slamology festival all weekend.

The other big draw of Slamology is the music.

From Saturday morning until Sunday afternoon, bands in a variety of genres including metal, rock, electronic, funk, old school and more will take the stage.

The musical offerings at Slamology are as varied as the types of cars, so you'll definitely find something you can enjoy.

Tickets & Information

A one-day adult pass is $10 and a two-day pass is $15. Kids under 10 are free.

You can visit the Slamology website to get a free parking pass, otherwise parking is $5.

If you're interested in registering your vehicle, you can find more information here. Gates open at 9 a.m. both days.