As a Toledo Jeep® Fest supporter, you’ll have the opportunity to be a part of the next event’s fun and the rich Toledo/Jeep history. We are looking for sponsors and vendors to partner with to make the event as dynamic as possible. Contact us to find out more.

2021 RESULTS:
  • 65,000 to 70,000 people attended the event from 37 states, the District of Columbia, Canada and Mexico.
  • The event generated an estimated $5.1 million in economic activity.
  • 1,300+ Jeeps were part of the All-Jeep Parade throughout downtown Toledo.
  • 6,500+ people attended the kick-off concert at Promedica Park.
  • 1,000+ people attended The Bridges concert in Hensville park on Friday night.
  • 2,000+ people attended Dueling Pianos concert on Saturday night.
  • 2,200+ children participated in the Family Zone inflatables.
  • 1,400+ people participated in the 4-Mile Run and 1-Mile Walk.
  • 500+ Jeeps traversed the obstacle course at the Welcome Party.
  • 90+ local and national vendors participated in the event.
  • 300+ volunteers signed up to make Toledo Jeep Fest happen.
2019 RESULTS:
  • 70,000+ people attended the event from 32 states, Washington DC, Canada, New Zealand and the Czech Republic. (18% attendance increase over 2018)
  • The event generated an estimated $5.6 million in economic activity.
  • 41,000+ attended Mud Crawlers games including 3 sell-out crowds.
  • 4,000+ people attended the kick-off concert at Promenade Park.
  • 2,200+ children participated in the Family Zone inflatables.
  • 1,700+ people participated in the 4-Mile Run and 1-Mile Walk.
  • 1,400+ Jeeps were part of the 20-block all-Jeep festival and show.
  • 100+ local and national vendors participated in the event.
  • 350+ volunteers signed up to make Toledo Jeep Fest happen.
  • 275+ news stories and/or mentions were generated (237 million people reached via news media coverage).
2018 Results:
  • 60,000+ people attended the event from 27 states, Washington DC, Canada, and Mexico.
  • The event generated an estimated $4.5 million in economic activity.
  • 15,000+ people attended the kick-off concert at Promenade Park.
  • 1,000+ rockets were built and launched in the Kid’s Zone.
  • 1,700+ people participated in the 4-Mile Run and 1-Mile Walk.
  • 1,800+ Jeeps were part of the 20-block all-Jeep festival and show.
  • 100+ local and national vendors participated in the event.
  • 350+ volunteers signed up to make Toledo Jeep Fest happen.
  • 550+ news stories and/or mentions were generated (301 million people reached via news media coverage).
2016 Results:
  • 1,100+ Jeep enthusiasts took part in the event.
  • 60+ vendors participated in the event.
  • While the event was expected to attract approximately 20,000 attendees to northwest Ohio, on game day downtown Toledo hosted about 40,000+ people from around the Midwest and beyond.
  • 60+ organizations donated to the event, generating much-needed funding. This ensure a free event for the public to enjoy Jeep exhibits, history and more.
  • The event generated between $2.7 million and $3.4 million in economic activity.
  • 150+ news stories and/or mentions were generated.
  • The hashtag #ToledoJeepFest was trending in the top 10 nationally in the United States on August 13 and 14.