9B Arenacross fills the Boundary County Fairgrounds arena Saturday, June 27, with gates opening at 5 and racing kicking off at 6 p.m.
Kids four to nine years old get in for $10, kids 10 and older for $15.
The prizes are awesome, with several national level professionals will be racing the event's Pro class!
The first "Milk Jug Challenge," expected to become an annual race, will be the intermission show, with the winner takes home $1,000 in car audio equipment.
Pro men are competing for $6,000 cash, women are competing for $1,000 cash and there are over $4,000 in other prizes and gift certificates.
Compass Grill, Rob's Snack Shack, Tacos Del Norte and Gardner Grind will be on as food vendors.