The Mainstreet Cruise-In opens its 18th season on April 27, in historic downtown Cleveland around the Courthouse Square. The event will take place from 1 to 6 p.m.Join classic car enthusiasts …
The Mainstreet Cruise-In opens its 18th season on April 27, in historic downtown Cleveland around the Courthouse Square.
The event will take place from 1 to 6 p.m.
Join classic car enthusiasts and see restored cars, as well as other special interest vehicles as they line the streets of downtown.
The Mainstreet Cruise-In has grown by an average of 20% in the number of cruisers attending the event over the past few years. Last season, nearly 600 vehicles a month lined the Courthouse Square and surrounding streets, with some participants traveling from several hours away.
Stroll the streets, shop, have dinner in one of the locally owned restaurants and enjoy specialty foods such as funnel cakes, kettle corn and fried apple pies from the vendors. Music from the 1950s, '60s and '70s will fill the air, adding to the nostalgic atmosphere.
The swap meet is in the parking lot on Broad Street, south of Inman Street. Spaces are free, and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Cruise-In is free to enter a vehicle and free to spectators. It continues the fourth Saturday of each month, through October.
Anyone interested in joining the MainStreet Cruisers Car Club should contact Randy Howard at 595-2912.
For general information, call the MainStreet office at 479-1000 or visit the website at www.mainstreetcleveland.com.
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