Cruise In Car Show Returns to Downtown Greensboro
Popular Downtown Event Scheduled for 4-8 pm, September 20
(Greensboro, Ga. --- August 29, 2014) On September 20th downtown Greensboro will host the annual Rock and Roll classic car cruise-in. This very popular event, which draws over 100 cars and 1000 spectators each year, will take place in the historic downtown area. It will feature awards and door prizes for participants, live music by the Blind Driver for both participants and spectators and plenty of food at local restaurants. The Cruise-In will run from 4-8 pm, so come join the fun on what is expected to be another great evening in Greensboro.
All spectators are free and will enjoy classic cars from the pre-50’s, muscle cars from the 60’s and 70’s and a variety of sports cars. The shops of Downtown Greensboro will stay open late to welcome visitors from as far away as Macon, Atlanta and Augusta.
Blind Driver, based out of Greene County, GA, is an energetic, experienced group of musicians whose charisma and enthusiasm packs the dance floor while keeping their audience groovin’ to the beat! The band’s strong vocals added to the driving rhythm of the percussion gives the group a full sound and allows them to play a wide range of memorable tunes like Beach, Soul and Motown. So, dust off your dancing shoes, practice your “cool moves” and plan to dance the night away under the stars in downtown Greensboro!
The Georgia Classic Cruisers Car Club has been hard at work planning this event along with the help and support of the Greensboro Better Hometown Program and are looking forward to another successful cruise-in. The Cruise-in is sponsored by Jimmy Britt Chevrolet-Buick-Pontiac and The Yesterday Café. Support from these sponsors make possible the much anticipated Cruise In awards for participants.
Please add September 20th from 4-8 pm to your calendar and plan to support another great community event. For questions you can contact Greensboro Main Street program at (706) 453-7674 or Ron Hazzard at (706) 467-9306.
Lake Oconee's Hometown