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Dodge Power Rallye Tour


This summer, the Dodge brand is taking its award-winning lineup of vehicles on a nationwide tour, Dodge-style.


The 2014 Dodge Power Rallye Tour is a traveling Dodge-based experience showcasing the best in performance vehicles. Featuring no-pressure test drives, various games and giveaways — even a collection of classic cars — the Tour offers people across the country a great way to check out Dodge products in an upbeat, family-friendly environment.


And, with more than 40 tour stops planned for the summer of 2014, odds are good you won’t have to travel too far to experience the Dodge Power Rallye Tour for yourself. Please see below for a complete list of tour stops and dates.


2014 Dodge Power Rallye Tour — Dates & Locations




April 17 – April 20: 13th Annual Pure Aloha Festival // The Rio Hotel and Casino // 3700 W. Flamingo Road // Las Vegas, NV

April 26 – April 27: Jazz Rhythm & Blues Festival // Clark County Amphitheater // 500 Grand Central Parkway // Las Vegas, NV




May 3 – May 4: The Gateway Mall // 400 W 100 S.  // Salt Lake City, UT

May 5: City Creek Shopping Center // 50 South Main Street // Salt Lake City, UT

May 10 – May 11: Chili on Cornstock // Downtown Virginia City, Main Street // Virginia City, NV

May 16 – May 18: Walmart Supercross // 28 Motocross Track – Outdoor Nat’l, 410 Wildhorse Canyon // Sparks, NV

May 22: La Vista Daze 2014 Swing into Summer Hot Wheels Races // 8116 Park View Blvd. // La Vista, NE

May 23: La Vista Daze 2014 Swing into Summer Hot Wheels Races // 7101 S 84th Street // La Vista, NE

May 24: La Vista Daze 2014 Swing into Summer Hot Wheels Races // Park View Blvd. 87th St. to 75th St. // La Vista, NE

May 30 – May 31: Taste of Omaha // Heartland of America, Park/Lewis & Clark Landing // Omaha, NE




Early June: Village Pointe Shopping Center // 168th & West Dodge Rd, Suite 203 // Omaha, NE

June 6 – June 8: Goodguys 31st Annual Nationals // The Ranch Events Complex,  5280 Arena Circle // Loveland, CO

June 13 – June 15: Colorado Mills Mall // 14500 W. Colfax Ave // Lakewood, CO

June 19 – June 22: Orland Square Mall // 288 Orland Square Dr. // Orland Park, IL

June 28 – June 29: Route 66  // Chicagoland Speedway, 500 Speedway Blvd. // Joliet, IL




July 4 – July 6: Walmart Supercross // Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort // Mt Pleasant, MI

July 8: Motley Crue Concert // Value City Arena at the Jerome Schottenstein Center, 555 Borror Dr. // Columbus, OH

July 11 – July 13: Chryslers at Carlisle // 1000 Bryn Mawr Rd // Carlisle, PA

July 15: Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix // Address TBD // Pittsburgh, PA

July 19 – July 20: Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix Race Day // Address TBD // Pittsburgh, PA

July 25 – July 27: Brickyard 400  // Indianapolis Motor Speedway, 4790 West 16th St. // Indianapolis, IN




August 1 – August 3: Castleton Square Mall // 6020 East 82nd St. // Indianapolis, IN

August 8 – August 10: Indianapolis State Fair // Indiana State Fair Ground, 1202 East 38th Street // Indianapolis, IN

August 16: Woodward Dream Cruise // 13 Mile and Woodward // Royal Oak, MI

August 21: 10th Annual Indianapolis Theatre Fringe Festival // 719 E St. Clair Street // Indianapolis, IN

August 22: Food Truck Friday // 502 North Jersey St. // Indianapolis, IN

August 23: Nesco Feast of Lanters // Spade Park, 1800 Nowland Avenue // Indianapolis, IN

August 27 – August 31: Auburn Auctions of America // 5536 Country Rd. 11A // Auburn, IN




September 5 – September 9 : Opry Mills Mall // 433 Opry Mills Dr. // Nashville, TN

September 13 – September 14: Tennessee State Fair // 500 Wedgewood Ave. // Nashville, TN

September 18 – September 20: Charlotte Auto Fair // Charlotte Motor Speedway, 5555 Concord Pkwy. South // Charlotte, NC

September 20 – September 21: Concord Mills Mall // 8111 Concord Mills Blvd. // Charlotte, NC

September 20 – September 21: Festival in the Park // 2435 Cumberland Ave. // Charlotte, NC



*Please check back periodically as Dates and Locations are subject to change


    Posted April 17, 2014 at 1:57 pm | Permalink

    You finally make a sublime green Challenger and then you cheapen it up with black wheels, all black grille, and a cheap black flip top fuel cover. It looks like someone stole the grille and put the cheap black steel wheels on it. You need some chrome to accent things. I would have to buy the r/t or srt8 and then purchase a V6 grille (which looks like it has chrome on it) and gas cover to make it look halfway decent. Then that shaker stripe? What were we thinking? I wanted to buy a shaker this year, however, they all have orange stitching for the interior so if you do not buy an orange car, then it looks stupid like thiey mismatched the interior with the wrong car. Will you be able to purchase a sublime Challenger with a shaker hood chrome accents and a bumble stripe? It would be nice to have shaker lime green stitching for the interior as well. Stop penny pinching, and do it right. People will pay for quality! It looks like I may have to keep my 2010 plum crazy Classic Challenger forever. What a disappointment.

    • sandman
      Posted May 8, 2014 at 8:33 am | Permalink

      I know what you are saying about the colors and the interiors, but I went with the all black Charger (I need four doors) and then turned to the aftermarket for accents, like KatSkin leather seat covers with personalized embroidery, and color stitching, and in doing so saved hundreds! and have something I will not see anywhere else! I am also waiting for my new wheels from American Racing, and some suspension tuning parts, and oh yea the other reason I bought the Charger is I was able to get an R/T with All Wheel Drive! as we get a lot of snow here where I live! so I now have a set of black steel wheels the police cars have, with winter tires (Bridgestone Blizzak), and when my new wheels come in, I will have a dedicated set of high performance summer tires and wheels to change over. So far the Charger has ben great like all the Dodge products I have owned in the past 30 years, and the car drives and rides great! and goes like a bat out of he}{, and I still get 18 in the city and 25 hyw! so I can not complain!

  • Steve
    Posted April 19, 2014 at 11:38 am | Permalink

    My first Dodge was a 70 Super Bee in Sublime. A great car that glowed in the dark and got attention everywhere it went. Bringing back Sublime on the new Challenger is way overdue. I like it, and I think the black wheels really accentuate the color!

    Posted April 23, 2014 at 10:23 pm | Permalink

    I don’t mind having black wheels, but they just need some chrome accents so they don’t look like the old flat black steel wheels of years ago that goes for the grille as well. Can it come with the side R/T stripes so it will look like an old 1971 Challenger?

  • 200
    Posted June 29, 2014 at 7:43 pm | Permalink

    I am thinking about going to the Vintage Grand Prix stop in Pittsburgh Tuesday July 15th. What vehicles will be there to test drive? Thanks!

    • Ken
      Posted July 15, 2014 at 2:35 pm | Permalink

      Test drive vehicles are all 2014 MY.
      100th Anna Charger RT
      Durango RT
      Charger SRT
      Challenger RT Shaker
      Challenger SRT
      Grand Caravan
      Journey SXT

  • Melissa Harris
    Posted July 3, 2014 at 9:42 am | Permalink

    Cannot wait until the tour in September!! Have never been excited about a car until I started looking at the Challengers. It was love a first sight when I bought mine!

  • IgnatiusJacquesReilly
    Posted July 18, 2014 at 5:15 pm | Permalink

    I love my 2014 Dart!!!!!

  • redneckdakota
    Posted August 6, 2014 at 3:11 pm | Permalink

    Ilove my 97 v8 Dakota sport and my pitch black 13 dart rallye turbo . want a 14 dart gt next

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