The 25th Annual Glendale Cruise Night
If you’re a Los Angeles local, you may be familiar with Glendale’s annual Cruise Night. This Saturday, July 21st, will mark the 25th Glendale Cruise Night! Even if you’re not a local, you should come and stop by to see the classic cars and to win some prizes at JT Legal Group’s booth!
The event fills all of Brand Blvd., with it’s main stage being centered right on Milford and Brand Blvd. Though it’s the Cruise Night’s 25th year, individuals may notice a new, yet subtle, change to their event ” this year the event not have just one main stage, but two performance stages! In these stages, you’ll find performances by tribute bands, as well as hear from the event’s host, former KRTH DJ, Brian Beirne. In addition, a designated children’s area will be present, along with games, activities and crafts.
What to Expect
The free event begins at 5:30 and ends at 10:30 pm. This year’s Cruise Night will feature over 350 classic cars, with competitions beginning at 8:30 pm. A “longer” fireworks display is scheduled for later in the evening, as stated by Patricia Betancourt, the event’s overall coordinator. For those who are hungry, be sure to stop by nearby restaurants like Glendale’s well-known Porto’s Bakery.
JT Legal Group’s Booth
Lastly, JT Legal Group will have a booth on Brand Blvd. Come and stop by our booth for a chance to win a prize! ˜º Prizes include gift cards, tech accessories and much more. For more information on the event, feel free to refer to Glendale’s community page.
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