Get ready to rev your engines and groove to the rhythm as the Rhythm & Chrome Car Show descends upon Broad Street this Saturday, June 15th, from 4 pm to 8 pm. Hosted by The Panorama Music House and Recoil Racing, this vibrant event promises an evening filled with classic cars, delectable bites from food trucks, street vendors, and live musical performances.

Classic car enthusiasts will be in for a treat as the streets transform into a showcase of vintage automobiles, each gleaming with history and style. From sleek muscle cars to elegant cruisers, there will be something to captivate every automotive aficionado.

But it's not just about the cars; attendees can tantalize their taste buds with an array of culinary delights served up by local food trucks offering everything from gourmet burgers to mouthwatering tacos. Meanwhile, street vendors will offer a diverse selection of artisanal goods, ensuring there's something for everyone to discover.

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As the sun begins to set, the atmosphere will come alive with the sounds of live music echoing through the streets. The 33's, known for their electrifying performances, will take the stage. Additionally, the Jay Ecker Jazz Quintet will serenade attendees with their smooth melodies, creating the perfect backdrop for an evening of fun and entertainment.

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The Rhythm & Chrome Car Show is made possible through the generous support of sponsors like The Panorama Music House and Recoil Racing, who share a passion for promoting local culture and entertainment.

So mark your calendars and join us for an unforgettable evening of nostalgia, camaraderie, and excitement at the Rhythm & Chrome Car Show on Broad Street. Admission is free, so bring your family and friends for a night to remember!

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