This year’s event expected to exceed last year’s numbers, which totaled nearly 140,000 visitors, hundreds of vintage autos and three days of live music, food and fun, the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau announced.
Classic car lovers are revving up for this year’s Route 66 Cruisin’ Reunion, which last year drew nearly 140,000 spectators, hundreds of vintage automobiles, vendors and three days of great food, live music and fun.
The 2014 show will be a full-throttle affair, fueling the weekend of Sept. 19-21 with even more cars, more action, food and entertainment than ever before. Block upon block of vintage automobiles, chrome and steel will line historic Euclid Avenue, where live music, vendors, food and festivities will offer plenty to do throughout the three-day affair.
It all takes place Sept. 19-21 along tree-shaded Euclid Avenue in Ontario, California. Attendance is free. For information, visit Route66CruisinReunion.com.
Higlights of this year’s event include:
Model Car Contests
Rat Rod Display
Headliner Performers (to be announced)
Great Food, Fun and Family Entertainment
“Southern California grew from its rich love affair with the automobile,” said Michael Krouse, President and CEO of the Greater Ontario Convention and Visitors Bureau. “People from all over the nation made the trek here last year to celebrate the Cruisin’ Reunion. Some even followed Route 66 to get here.”
About the Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Greater Ontario Convention & Visitors Bureau provides groups and meeting professionals with an unbiased, comprehensive resource when booking a tour, convention, meeting or event within the cities of Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Ideal for both leisure and business travel, the region boasts scenic mountains, deserts, vineyards and metropolitan areas that are both historic and cosmopolitan in character.