The annual tradition is returning on March 23 and 24, 2024. It's Motorhead Madness - coming back to the DECC Arena in Duluth!

Billed as "the Northland's biggest indoor custom car show", this annual event will give visitors the opportunity to check out a lot of motorized rides. From classic and custom cars to newer models, 4x4's, motorcycles, offroad vehicles, and more, this is truly the destination for all of the motorheads and admirers in the region.

Doors will open both Saturday (March 23) and Sunday (March 24) at 10 am, with hourly door prizes, make & take models for kids 12 and under, a dragster reaction simulator, and lots of displays through the weekend.

Saturday will also feature the Miss Motorhead contest at 4:00 pm, with the show going on until 9 pm on Saturday night. Sunday, the event closes at 5:00 pm.

Tickets for this two-day event are on sale now through the Motorhead Madness website, but we have an opportunity for you to win a pair!

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Just fill out the form below, and we'll be randomly selecting 15 winners - each of whom will be getting a pair of one-day tickets for adult admission to either day of the event - good for Saturday or Sunday - your choice.

We will be accepting submissions through 11:59 pm on Sunday, March 17, 2024. We'll be notifying all of our winners following that using the contact info you provide below so you can come pick up your tickets and enjoy the fun of this year's Motorhead Madness at the DECC arena!

See How Minnesota's License Plates Have Evolved Since 1909

Nothing beats a nostalgia trip. It's always fun to see how things looked the year you were born and how much they've changed throughout the years.

Minnesota's license plates have certainly gone through many evolutions. The first "license plate" was actually a rectangular black leather automobile license tag with a brass number '1' on the center front. It was issued by the State Boiler Inspector in the State of Minnesota in 1903.

The first Minnesota license plate as we know it was issued in 1909. Let's take a look at that license plate and then all the plates that followed, along with some interesting Wikipedia knowledge as we go.

We've certainly come a long way, but it's also interesting that the now popular blackout plates have been around before.

Gallery Credit: David Drew

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