After a two-year hiatus, the popular is returning this weekend, Saturday, Sept. 10, at 5 p.m. What’s Up  caught up with Wyoming resident and volunteer Tiernan Hogan, who brought the show back for 2022.

How did you come to organize this event?

Three years ago, I had a very important first date at and then a stroll through what was then called Wheels and Wine. So, the show will always be near and dear to my heart. With coming back, I attempted to volunteer to help get it going. That turned into me taking the lead due to the original organizer relocating for work. Truthfully, I’m so happy to have been able to work with the city to bring back this unique event!

It seems the name has changed. Will the event be the same?

The show has been rebranded, and with purpose. The primary reason is that now has DORA, which means we can bypass needing alcohol permits and vendors for this event. This year, our Wyoming-owned-and-run businesses in the immediate area will provide the food and beverage needs for the show! That said, the theme of all exotic and super cars is essentially the same as it was.

What defines an exotic or super car?

While there isn’t a Webster definition, exotic and super cars are the exhilarating middle ground between more common sports cars and the ultra-rare hyper cars. They are street-legal, high-power, and high-performance sports cars, and are generally the top of the line of a particular car manufacturer.

What else should we know about this show?

We’re expecting a great turnout—both cars and attendees alike! ’s darling band, No Guarantees, will be playing on the Gazebo, courtesy of and Karen Klaus at Station Family + BBQ. Be sure to stop in for some BBQ and an adult slushie! Additionally, and The W Lounge will be open to provide food and drinks, and will be available for ice cream. Pray for clear skies, and we look forward to seeing everyone there!