The Tisbury Firefighters Association’s annual car show is rolling out of Tisbury to park at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School in Oak Bluffs this year.

The show will be held at the high school from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 6. There will be food, music, games and lots of antique cars.

Association member Ken Maciel said the move was to accommodate the growing show, and that Main street no longer had the space they needed.

“The high school might be a better location in the long run,” he said. “It has more room for expansion. Next year will be our 10th anniversary and we want to do something big.”

On Tuesday the association sent out letters to Main street Vineyard Haven business owners thanking them for their support of past shows and informing them of the move.

Tensions between business owners and the car show were aired at a selectmen’s meeting last week, where several merchants voiced concerns about the show detracting from patronage on their busiest weekend. Mr. Maciel said the show had outgrown all other locations in Vineyard Haven.

The annual show raises money for the firemen's relief fund.