Photo of Bradley McPherson and his truck named “Emma” (Photo by Kieran O’Connor/Black Press Media)

VIDEO: Burnouts in the Sky returns in honour of Bradley McPherson

Annual car show returns for first time since McPherson’s killer was convicted

The sixth annual Burnouts in the Sky car show pays tribute to Bradley McPherson, whose killer was handed a life sentence for a second-degree murder charge earlier this year.

READ MORE: For her murdered son, ‘Burnouts in the Sky’ returns to Cloverdale Saturday

The day was filled with live music, a beer garden, vendors and several polished vehicles.

It’s a show that features the kind of cars, trucks and atmosphere that was loved by McPherson.


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