It's time again for the “Fastest Show on Water” as the Southern Drag Boat Association (SDBA) invades San Angelo for what always proves to be exciting racing from all the classes of boats entered!!

The races are being held on San Angelo's Lake Nasworthy Saturday and Sunday, June 25th and 26th.

Townsquare Media will be broadcast live on all four of our FM radio stations Friday, June 24th from 5:30 – 7:30 pm for one of the highlights of the event which is called “Show and Shine” being held at Spring Creek Marina. This will be a great opportunity for fans to get a close look at many of the boats which will be out of the water and have the opportunity to visit with many of the drivers who will be there as well. The "Show and Shine" is a FREE event open to everyone, beer will be for sale, there will be ticket give aways and more. It's a great way to kick off a fantastic weekend of boat racing!

The Southern Drag Boat Association is a member driven organization that provides quality and safe racing for its members. SDBA has been around the racing community since 1974, and is one of the oldest drag boat racing organizations.

Ticket prices are as follows:

Saturday only $25, Sunday only $30, Weekend pass $50, 12 and under free, Weekend cooler charge $20 (no glass please), VIP Passes are $200 and include breakfast and lunch each day plus premier covered seating.

Tickets are available for purchase at www.sdbaracing.com or at the Spring Creek Marina and RV Park store at Lake Nasworthy.

You won't find any more fun and excitement on the water than you will at Showdown In San Angelo 2022. Get your tickets and be sure to join us on Friday June 24th as we broadcast live at the FREE "Show And Shine" from 5:30 - 7:30 pm at Spring Creek Marina.

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