OC Classic Car Fans Brave the Rain at 3rd Annual Sunset Classic Car Show & Concert
(October 5, 2023) – A little rain couldn’t stop a crowd of over 1,000 Orange County car enthusiasts from enjoying the 3rd annual Sunset Classic Car Show and Concert at Mile Square Park on September 30th.
Organized by Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do, the free community event featured over 100 classic cars, local food vendors, and musical performances by DJ Tempoe, Corazón De Maná, and 80s tribute band, The Reflexx.
“We’re energized to bring our community together at our annual car show and concert,” said Supervisor Andrew Do, who represents the First District on the Board of Supervisors. “Rain can’t put a damper on our community spirit.”
The free community event, hosted in collaboration with OC Parks, also featured a wide selection of local food vendors, including:
“The success of our annual car show is about more than cool cars and great food,” said OC Supervisor Andrew Do. “It highlights our rich cultural diversity and reflects our success in building a strong sense of community spirit.”
It may have been raining cats and dogs Saturday, but it was all Jaguars and Rovers in the eyes of classic car fans.
This year’s winners included:
If you missed the event or want to relive the moments, check out the video and photos below.
To learn more about future events in the First District, please visit d1.ocgov.com and sign up for Supervisor Andrew Do’s newsletter.
Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do represents the First District communities of Cypress, Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Los Alamitos, La Palma, Seal Beach, Westminster, and the Unincorporated Communities of Midway City and Rossmoor. As Supervisor, Andrew Do has reformed Orange County’s mental health services, expanded access to health care, and led efforts to combat homelessness.