St. Paul Reserved Vehicle Space

PARTICIPANT RESERVED VEHICLE SPACE

St. Paul Street Machine Nationals

 

As a Participant, you now have the ability to reserve your own personal display space inside the show! There will no longer be a need for you to arrive super early in order to rope off your preferred space, instead for just $25 per space for the entire weekend, we will mark it off for you so that it’s ready when you arrive!

 

You can reserve a number of adjacent spaces if you'd like more room, simply choose as many as you would like in the interactive map and complete the transaction. If you have a large group needing 15 or more spots and would like assistance, please email us at ReservedParking@BonnierCorp.com and we will be happy to assist. Please title the subject line of your email “St. Paul Vehicle Display”.  Please see the detailed information below including a Google Earth overall Map.

 

It is a 2-part process to purchase your Reserved Space(s).  First you must register to be a participant, by CLICKING HERE and then separately purchase your Reserved Spaces. Once you complete step #1 and Register your Vehicle, you will receive a confirmation email with the link to reserve your spaces.

 

AERIAL VIEW- This Google Earth layout will help you identify where your paid display vehicle spot is located inside the Street Machine Event footprint. Each space is approximately 15 x 20 feet and your space(s) will be marked off for you prior to your arrival at the event. To view the entire Fairgrounds and dedicated display vehicle space lots, CLICK HERE.

 

It is not required to purchase a spot for your vehicle. If you choose not to purchase a display spot, you will be directed to an area where there aren’t any spots sold. You will not be permitted to put up your own tape or rope in an area where you did not purchase a spot. Security will remove any tape or rope daily.

If you have any questions or inquiries, please email ReservedParking@BonnierCorp.com and title the subject line of your email “St. Paul Vehicle Display”.