The Metro Cruise is Back and It’s This Weekend!
The 28th Street Metro Cruise, so popular for several years here in Grand Rapids, sadly had to be cancelled last year due to the pandemic of COVID19, But...not this year. The Metro Cruise will roar back on 28th Street this coming weekend!
West Michigan's Premiere Car Event, the 28th Street Metro Cruise, "Where the Cars Are the Stars," is 16 miles of cool cars between Cascade and Grandville along 28th Street. It is the biggest car event west of Detroit, drawing 275,000+ spectators in 2 days!
The Metro Cruise takes over Rogers Plaza in Wyoming and there will be tons of food from local vendors, sponsor booths, and lots of other entertainment.
The Main Events will be at Rogers Plaza this Friday, August 27 from 4 to 10 p.m., Saturday, August 28 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and also at Woodland Mall on Saturday, August 28 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Everyone will have so much fun. Visitors get to see some of the most classic cars and trucks from years gone by, and the owners love to talk about their rides and tell great stories.
However, the Metro Cruise folks can't do this alone and they do need your help to make Metro Cruise® happen and be the most fun for everyone. They need your help more than ever, so, how about helping your community and support this major event?
SIGNUPS CLOSE WEDNESDAY, and if you're able, you must pre-register online. It's easy! Slots are just 3 hours long, and and there are many different time slots and roles to choose from. Log on here to sign up -
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