Media coverage of OBLIVION – 2023 Canadian International AutoShow
BACK TO THE AUTOSHOW! – 2023 Canadian International AutoShow
Celebrating the decades of excess when Generation X came of age, the OBLIVION ’80s and ’90s Car and Culture Show is returning to the Canadian International AutoShow.
Classics, concepts & cool cars at the 2023 Canadian International Auto Show
The Canadian International Auto Show is back and there is plenty of cool vehicles to be seen.
80s and 90s classics to star at the CIAS via OBLIVION Car and Culture Show
If you’re a Gen-Xer, get ready for a heady dose of nostalgia at the Canadian International AutoShow this year, with the return of the OBLIVION ’80s and ’90s Car and Culture Show. This is a showcase that is “committed to the vehicles of the 1980s and 1990s—surrounded by the pop culture elements that…
Oblivion: Canada’s Coolest 80’s and 90’s Car and Culture Show
Canada’s Coolest 80’s and 90’s Car and Culture Show
Canadian International Auto Show sees record-breaking attendance
For 2023, Toronto will once again play host to concept reveals, an EV test track, a life-size LEGO Lamborghini, and more neat stuff
50th Anniversary Canadian International AutoShow Crosses The Finish Line – muskoka411.com
The 2023 Canadian International AutoShow has marked a successful return as Canada’s largest automotive and consumer show.
Oshawa’s Automotive Museum brings “visionary” Magna Torrero concept car to the Auto Show | inDurham
The Canadian Automotive Museum usually has a presence at the Canadian International Auto Show and this year – the first show after a two-year COVID-induced hiatus – is no different with the visionary Magna Torrero concept vehicle on display. The car, built in 1987 and introduced at the 1989 Geneva A…
CIAS 2023: A Tribute to the 80s and 90s in Toronto – 1/21
Feeling a bit nostalgic? Once again the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto has you covered. Together with Oblivion, organizers have assembled a delightful collection of classic cars from the 1980s and 1990s.
Top 8 Things to See at the 2023 Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto
The Toronto auto show kicks off Friday, Feb. 17 – here are the hottest attractions.
Attractions for Enthusiasts at CIAS 2023
Toronto’s very own Canadian International AutoShow is back after a couple years of hiatus, and the crowds are clearly happy to see its return! It may be a little different this year with a handful of manufacturers choosing to opt out for various reasons, but the team at CIAS 2023 didn’t let that imp…
OBLIVION is happy to work with media outlets that want to cover this exciting event!
Click here for the 2022 OBLIVION IV – LET’S GO TO THE MALL PRESS RELEASE
Media coverage of OBLIVION IV
Darth Mall: Oblivion Car & Culture Show celebrates the ’80s & ’90s
Grab your acid-washed jeans and let’s go to the mall
From DeLoreans to a Countach, Ontario car show celebrates rare rides from the 1980s and ’90s
The Globe and Mail offers the most authoritative news in Canada, featuring national and international news
Media coverage of OBLIVION III
Reviving The Rad Era At Camp Oblivion - Speedhunters
Ontario’s Oblivion car show allows the young, and young at heart to relive the glory of the radical 80s and 90s.
The classics that charmed us at the Oblivion ’80s and ’90s car show
Driving contributors came from both coasts to bask in the 1980s and ’90s nostalgia of Camp Oblivion
Rock out to the ’80s and ’90s at the Oblivion Car Show
It’s a celebration of the era — just don’t have a cow, man
1980s and 1990s Car Lovers: The Oblivion 80s & 90s Car & Culture Show - Car Reviews and Tips
“I’m cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs” is perhaps not the first thing that comes to mind when you think “auto show,” but it might be when you enter the main room of the Oblivion III 80s and 90s Car & Culture Show, taking place just 30 minutes outside of Toronto on September 12th. This show, as
Media coverage of OBLIVION at the AutoShow
The Oblivion car show is for the next generation of classic car lover
The Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto is putting a spotlight on DeLoreans, Acura NSXes and other ’80s and ’90s rides to draw in future fanatics
From drab to rad: Forgotten cars of the eighties and nineties get a chance to shine at Toronto auto show
These decades are hot right now among enthusiasts, which is why the Canadian International AutoShow – happening in Toronto in February – will feature vehicles exhibited by Oblivion
5 highlights of the 2020 Canadian International AutoShow
The Toronto AutoShow happens at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from Feb. 14 to 23.
Canadian International AutoShow - CHCH
Rollin’ with Bolen, Todays Show ML-Bob Tsang, Brian Millar, Canadian International AutoShow, cars, Cobble Beach Classic, concept cars, Justin Sookraj, Lexus Canada, metro toronto convention centre, Oblivion Car & Culture Show, Plug N’ Drive, Rob McLeese, tim bolen, vehicles
Special AutoShow exhibit will take showgoers back in time
Back to the Future DeLorean and Trans-Am K.I.T.T. car from Knight Rider are sure to be big hits.
OBLIVION II 2019
Media coverage of OBLIVION II
The Countach, F40 & XJ220: Supercar Legends Of The Rad Era - Speedhunters
What were the 80s and 90s without poster car Icons? The Lamborghini Countach, Ferrari F40, and Jaguar XJ220 remain cars of absolute legend.
Oblivion II 80′s & 90′s Cars & Culture Show | Ontario Place, Toronto
We were in Toronto, Ontario for the Oblivion II 80′s & 90′s Car & Culture show which took place at Ontario Place. On our calendar for quite some time, Oblivion
Photos: “Oblivion II” 80’s And 90’s Car & Culture Show-Ontario Place, Toronto
Described as a ‘nostalgic experience’, Oblivion featured 80’s and 90’s cars including Ferrari’s, DeLorean’s, and Porsche’s, as well as 80’s and 90…
Toronto is getting a retro 80s and 90s car show this summer
Have you ever felt nostalgic for the clunky, square cars of the 80s and 90s? If the answer is yes, then you’ll be glad to know there’s somewhere f...
A Retro Video Game And Car Show Is Coming To Toronto Next Month And It Costs Just $5
It’ll also have your favourite movie and TV cars!
OBLIVION I 2018
Coverage of OBLIVION I can be found at the Globe and Mail: