March 6, 2020
Long Beach, Calif.
The Toyota Owners and Restorers Club (T.O.R.C.) is proud to announce the 25th annual All-Toyotafest, the original and biggest gathering of Toyota, Lexus, and Scion cars in the U.S. This year the show marks a significant milestone, celebrating a quarter-century of bringing together Toyota owners and enthusiasts from across North America.
The 2020 All Toyotafest will feature all makes and models that fall under the Toyota, Lexus, and Scion marques. Display vehicles will include cars and trucks from both the US market and rarely seen right-hand-drive models imported from Japan. Years range from classics of the 1950s and 1960s all the way through to the latest models. There will also be a variety of custom styles, from drift to off-road to VIP to bone-stock survivors and restorations.
In addition, 2020 is the 50th anniversary of the Toyota Celica, which was introduced in 1970. All Toyotafest will hold a special celebration for Toyota’s beloved sports coupe, and all five generations will be on display. It’s a rare opportunity to see a physical timeline of Toyota history.
As is the tradition, All Toyotafest will also feature vendors offering many parts for Toyota vehicles. Attendees will have the chance to enter raffle contests for Toyota-related prizes. Food trucks will be on-site. All Toyotafest is a family friendly show for all ages.
Last but not least, registered show vehicles will be eligible for special recognition awards. Registration open date TBA.
The 2020 All Toyotafest will take place on June 6. 2020 at Marina Green Park in Long Beach, California. Show hours are 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Admission is free.
All Toyotafest is sponsored by Toyota Motor Sales, USA and CABE Toyota of Long Beach. TORC was established in 1995. Its mission is to promote and encourage the preservation and restoration of classic Toyota vehicles, as well as the appreciation of Toyota, its heritage, and its future. TORC is based in southern California.
ANNOUNCEMENT (posted 2/29/2016: Last updated 3/10/2020)
Going back to its roots, the intent of All Toyotafest was to be an annual gathering of TOYOTA enthusiasts where they can enjoy and appreciate all makes and models of TOYOTA vehicles. All Toyotafest was never intended to be a form of competition with “winners” and “losers”. That is, no more 1st, 2nd and/or 3rd place awards in specific categories. Rather, TORC Directors want to acknowledge the owner’s efforts within their selected category of participation and recognize individuals for outstanding and/or unique work. The TORC Board will select and present recognition Badge of Recognition to participants that bring outstanding vehicles to the show. That is “Recognition for Outstanding Workmanship” awards.
All Toyotafest is intended to be an event where all Toyota enthusiasts can bring their vehicles, visit with other enthusiasts, build camaraderie, partake in a sense of community, and to enjoy the day with friends and family. We are here to promote community and provide a safe and fun event for people to enjoy a common love of TOYOTA vehicles.