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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
May 08, 2010
12:00PM - 06:00PM
23rd annual May Madness Classic Car Parade and Rockin' Street Dance
May Madness, the longest running Street Rod Show and Parade in Northern California
Marin,
San Rafael
Event Description

May Madness, the longest running Street Rod Show and Parade in Northern California returns to Fourth Street San Rafael on May 8th from noon until 6pm. The streets of Downtown San Rafael will roar as the tradition of “cruising” and 50’s and 60’s nostalgia hits the streets for the 23rd consecutive year.

Hundreds of classic autos, custom hot rods and vintage roadsters will be on display as thousands of spectators come from throughout the Bay Area to view these classic street machines of yester year, cruise the main drag of Fourth Street and enjoy food and drink then move to some great dance bands headlined by Mitch Woods and his rocket 88’s. Car parade 5:00 pm.

 

“MAY MADNESS” is a fabulous, fun, FREE event for the whole family. It is presented by the San Rafael Business Improvement District. For more information or to enter a car call 415-720-5591 or visit www.downtownsanrafael.org.

 

 

Live Music at May Madness – Stage at Fourth and A Streets

 

Noon: The Eldorados Surf Rock and Roll

1:30 pm  77 El Deora – Alt-Country/Americana

3:00 pm  Mitch Woods and  his Rocket 88’s

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Joanne Webster     Email: director@downtownsanrafael.org
Phone: 415-720-5591

 

 

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