(Greensboro, GA — September 10, 2021) Downtown Greensboro will once again host the Rock n ‘Roll Cruise-In on Saturday, September 18 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the courthouse lawn as classic cars line both sides of North Main Street and visitors enjoy the sounds of the ever popular Good Vibrations Band. The event is free for all participants!
The annual Rock n ‘Roll Cruise-In event is hosted by Greensboro based Georgia Classic Cruisers Car Club, and the Greensboro Main Street Program. The event will feature vintage, classic, vintage, street and special interest cars. Additionally, the event features live music, dancing, shopping, and food concessions to enhance street cruising.
Good vibration band, based in Macon, GA, are a group of energetic and experienced musicians whose charisma and enthusiasm packs the dance floor while keeping their audiences in tune with the beat! The band’s loud voice added to the drumming rhythm gives the band a full sound and allows them to perform a wide range of memorable tracks like Top 40 hits from the 60’s to the present day! So dust off your dancing shoes, practice your moves, and plan to dance the night away under the stars in downtown Greensboro!
Around 100 special cars will line the streets of Greensboro,
from antiques in stock to highly modified hot rods. There will be an abundance of muscle cars from the ’60s and’ 70s including GTOs, Corvettes, Chevelles and Camaros, as well as Ford Mustang and Chrysler products including Barracuda, Belvedere and Road Runners. Several Chevrolet ’55 -’59 will also be on display. There will be something for all car enthusiasts.
For automotive participants, a $ 20.00 entry fee includes door prizes and dashboard plates, as well as the opportunity to win one of 25 prizes graciously sponsored by Jimmy Britt Chevrolet, Buick dealer. , GMC of Greensboro. Vehicle registration begins at 3:00 p.m. and rewards will be distributed at 8:00 p.m. that evening.
Join in the fun as historic downtown Greensboro takes a step back in time as memories and stories are shared by attendees who “remember when…”.
Many shops and restaurants in the city center will remain open for your purchases and
pleasure of eating.