Spring Break Jam
South Padre Convention Center, South Padre, Texas
Total Vehicle Entrants:
390 for show, and more than 100 for the USACi Sound-Off
Special Awards Given:
More than 360 awards were given out to participants. If you do the math, you can see that pretty much everyone came out a winner. Only the select few who won the Best Of categories walked away with 8-foot, 2-inch-tall trophies. Also, $2,500 in cash prizes was awarded to the Best Of winners. During the special event on stage, the crew held several bizarre and crazy games, awarding participants in $15,000 in miscellaneous merchandise.
The Spring Break Jam is held on South Padre Island, off the coast of Southern Texas. It started years back as an USACi audio sound-off and later became a part of the Texas Heat Wave's Feel the Heat tour. The show is one of the first for the season and is held around spring break time. With a lot of people out of school or on vacation, it made for a good time just walking around the show. Everyone from the area, including the city officials and local families, comes out to the show to enjoy what it has to offer for the weekend. The participants are just as respectable to the island and the laws, as well, which makes for one great show where everyone including the town can have a good time and work together to put on the Best Spring Break shows.
USACi regional sound-off, Those Crazy Texans Motorcycle Stunt Team, burnout contest, hydraulic contest, bikini contest, live entertainment, after-party, and concert featuring Baby Bash, Tae, and The Dirty Worms. A special wet T-shirt contest was held at Club Chaos.
Audiobahn, O'Reilly Auto Parts, Sound Stream, Scion, Db Drive, Budweiser, Memphis Audio, M&M Audio, Maximum Altitude, MTX, and NOS Energy Drink.
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Check out the fresh paintjob...
Check out the fresh paintjob that Chaotic Rods & Customs did on this SuperCrew. It has a very interesting color combo, and it looked really good sitting out in the sun.
One of the funniest things...
One of the funniest things we saw was this midget car. This thing is tiny, and we bet it's incredibly fun to drive.
Those might be some 17s on...
Those might be some 17s on this S-10, but he keeps them real clean.
These flames are very traditional...
These flames are very traditional but were done just right.
Since this show started years...
Since this show started years back as an audio competition, there are a lot of vehicles that still show up with killer audio setups. The system in this truck was one of the cleanest, and if you look at the screens, it has photos of its construction.
It seems like a lot of people...
It seems like a lot of people who own these older Chevy trucks are jumping on the bandwagon of keeping the original trim and emblems. We really dig this style.