Come for the cars, stay for the tunes! Once held in a parking lot behind a body shop, the annual Midnight Mass custom car show and entertainment extravaganza, now in its 16th year, continues to grow at a pedal-to-the-metal pace. This year’s event is going down at Yolo County Fairgrounds in Woodland on Saturday, July 27, and is expected to draw more than 700 badass custom cars and over 5,000 attendees! In addition to all of the one-of-a-kind hot rods on display all day, there will also be a pin-up contest, food, beer, up to 50 vendors selling all types of different goods and, of course, a great lineup of live bands. Set to headline the music stage is The Goddamn Gallows, who are originally from Detroit and have been called “punk rock mixed with metal and bluegrass, with a touch of Satan.” In other words, they’re spot-on perfect for this event and a band that is not to be missed when they come to your town. Also performing at Midnight Mass will be Outlaw Inlaws from Arizona, Motor City Riot from Redding, Northern California’s Hillbilly Royale and Sacramento locals The Cantaliers. Tickets are just $15 at the gates, which open at noon. The event runs all the way through midnight and is open to all ages (kids 10 and under get in free, along with active duty military). Check out Facebook.com/poorboysmidnightmass for more information.