March 7-9, 2014
Welcome to Midnight at the Oasis, the Southwest's premier Classic Car and Nostalgia Festival. Sponsored by the Caballeros de Yuma, the event takes place the full weekend in March at the Ray Kroc Complex in Yuma, AZ - the former spring training home of the San Diego Padres. Covering four regulation baseball fields, the festival features more than 900 of the best classic cars the Southwest has to offer - everything from Model Ts to Muscle Cars built before 1972. The festival includes concerts on Friday and Saturday night, a smorgasbord of regional food cooked by local non-profit agencies, two fields of vendors, rides for the kids, - and to kick off the festivities, a parade of classic cars through Yuma.
Registration Open for 2014 Midnight at the Oasis
For the first time, classic car owners will be able to reserve a parking space on one of the four baseball fields - including the main stadium field - that make up the Ray Kroc Complex in Yuma, AZ. Spaces in the stadium are for Saturday only until 4 pm. No cars are allowed in the stadium during the concerts.
2013 MATO Volunteers Receive $52,250
|Caballeros de Yuma El Presidente Jeff Kammann stands with representatives from the many organizations that volunteered their time during the 2013 Midnight at the Oasis. More than 25 organizations volunteered over 2,500 hours of service directly to the event. To show their appreciation, the Caballeros de Yuma donated $52,250 to those contributing organizations.
Pictured: AWC Matador Athletic Association - Spirit Team, Kofa High School FBLA, Kofa High School Skills USA, Kofa High School Wrestling, Rotary Club of Yuma Sunrise, USBP Explorer Post #246 Wellton, Xi Zeta Sorority Chapter, York Rite Bodies of Yuma, Yuma Catholic High School Odyssey of the Mind, Yuma County Sheriff’s Office Explorers, Yuma County Sheriff’s Office Posse, Yuma Foothills Rotary, Yuma High School Criminal Softball Team, Yuma High School FBLA, Yuma Moos 4-H, Yuma Valley Achievers 4-H Club, Yuma Yankees Traveling Baseball Club and Grand Canyon Council Boy Scouts of America
Not Pictured: AWC Matador Athletic Association, Cibola High School Black & Gold Football Boosters, Fort Yuma Rotary, Gila Ridge High School Band Boosters, Yuma High School Chain Gang Wrestling Club, Yuma High School Criminal Band Boosters, Yuma Youth Hockey