The 26th Transport Show, which was due to take place at Weston Park, Shropshire, on Sunday March 31 and Monday April 1, has been postponed due to the recent snowfall.
The adverse weather means the Easter weekend event will now take place on Sunday June 23.
Geoff Price from Transtar Promotions said: “The ground conditions following the recent snowfall won’t accommodate the expected 1,200 vehicle exhibits for the show."
Communities in some parts of the Midlands are dealing with some of the most severe weather conditions in recent times.
Snow is continuing to cause significant problems with some people trapping in their homes.
Thirty pupils from Wolverhampton have also been stranded on the Isle of Arran, off the west coast of Scotland while on a geography field trip.
Derbyshire has been hit by some of the most severe weather in recent times, says Derby County Council.
Drifts as high as twenty feet have led to council staff battling over the last 72 hours to clear roads in the county.
North Staffordshire has also been exceptionally hit hard.
The weather is still causing significant problems in the High Peak – the northern part of the Derbyshire Dales. Snow fall combined with strong winds have caused very high drifts in some areas.
It's been another day of snow-bound misery for air travellers as hundreds of passengers due to fly from East Midlands Airport had their flights cancelled.
Elsewhere concerns are turning to the inevitable thaw.
Team leader at Dudley Zoo, Kellie Piper, told ITV News Central which animals enjoy the snow and which prefer warmer months.
North Staffordshire has been hit badly by snow drifts, which are causing disruptions to roads in the Moorlands.
A section of the A53 between Leek and Buxton is closed because of the severe weather.
Staffordshire County Council says gritting teams are continuing to work this weekend to keep the county’s roads clear.
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Staffordshire County Council says snow is continuing to hamper their attempts to keep the roads serviceable.
The council says snow drifts of up to 12 foot have fallen on some routes.
They say the A51 between Lichfield and Rugeley remains closed at Brertonhill due to risk of unstable trees falling into the highway.