(Queensbury, NY) - It was a big weekend for the Northeastern Corvette community as the annual Adirondack VetteFest 2022 was held in Queensbury, New York September 9-11 with hundreds of Corvettes and their enthusiastic owners represented.
The VetteFest Corvette Car Show is an annual Adirondack tradition held by the Adirondack Corvette Club, with this years' 30th Anniversary Edition hosted at the Queensbury Hotel. Entrants were treated to banquets, live music and entertainment, events, awards and and beautiful Corvettes from all across the Northeast. The weekend's events kicked off on Friday evening at the Queensbury Hotel with an entrant Registration & Reception event complete with hors d'oeuvres and a cocktail hour. Entrants were encouraged to spend the remainder of the evening exploring the surrounding area, and/or watch a Hot Rod Cruise in the nearby village of Lake George.
The action really kicked into high gear on Saturday and was highlighted by a group road trip of 54 Corvettes that traveled from Glens Falls, New York to the Sacandaga Reservoir. The tour of 54 made stops at the renowned Lanzi's on the Lake and infamous Jack Gillette Corvette collection in Saratoga Springs, NY where they toured his astounding collection of over 60 Corvettes! After the trek back to Queensbury all participants were invited to a VetteFest Banquet that featured live music and dancing until nearly midnight!
The weekend culminated with Sunday's all Corvette "Shine and Show" Car Show which included over 100 paid entrants from New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Canada in addition to members of the Adirondack Corvette Club. The day was filled with giveaways, raffles, award presentations, food and live music all highlighted by well over 150 Corvettes in total lining Maple Street just a stone's throw away from the Queensbury Hotel.
According to Adirondack Corvette Club member Dave Price, the weekend was an incredible success. While all Corvette years and generations were well represented, Dave tells us that C1, C2 and C3 Corvette pride was on display in full force with the majority of the weekend's entrants coming from these earlier Corvette Generations. In total, Dave estimates over 400 people came to celebrate America's Sports Car - a number we all hope to see continue grow over the coming years. If you want to be a part of all the Adirondack Corvette action next year, we recommend keeping your eye on the Official Adirondack Corvettes website for more information.
While we hate that we couldn't be at VetteFest 2022, we hope to make an appearance at this tremendous show in 2023. CorvetteStoreOnline.com is thrilled and honored to have had the opportunity to partner and showcase the Adirondack Corvette Club's 30th annual VetteFest and looks forward to seeing all the great Corvettes and their owners in 2023!
You can view the full gallery of images and highlights from the 2022 VetteFest Weekend, provided by Dave Price, in the Gallery below.