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Car Shows & Events

Car shows

Every week at Old Town, we celebrate the automobile's rich history with special events that bring together car lovers of all stripes, making it a prime destination for Florida car shows. For nearly 35 years, Old Town has been a dreamy escape for car lovers from diverse cultures around the globe.

Wednesday Night Car Show

Mid-week brings its charm with this car show that brings in everything from modern marvels to timeless classics. Each Wednesday, the car show transforms, featuring a new theme every week—from Mustangs to Jeeps, Mopars to Corvettes, and Camaros to Mini Coopers! Under the glow of string lights lining our quaint brick streets, guests are treated to a new show each week, ensuring no two shows are ever the same!

Friday Night All-American Muscle Car Cruise

Feel the pulse of excitement every Friday night at our Muscle Car Show! Starting at 3:00pm, guests can walk along Trophy Row to see a world of show-quality muscle cars from 1964 and newer—and older hot rods and classics dating up to 1985.

Both car owners and spectators can enjoy the thrill of the show and cruise at no cost.

Cars can register on-site prior to the cruise by entering Old Town from Highway 192 beneath the east side of the Jukebox signs. Our Event Staff will welcome you and guide you to a security escort that will lead you down the historic brick streets to your spot. Remember, driving on the bricks is by permission only.

Start time: 3:00 PM
Registration: 3:00 - 7:30 PM
Cruise Kick-off: 8:30 PM

Cruisers, don't miss out on $2,000 in monthly giveaways—$1,000 on Fridays and another $1,000 on Saturdays. Each cruise you join at Old Town on Fridays or Saturdays enters you into a monthly draw. On the last Friday and Saturday of the month, one lucky Cruiser will win $1,000 per night, courtesy of Old Town!

Saturday Night Classic Car Cruise

For nearly 35 years, our Classic Car Cruise has showcased vehicles manufactured prior to 1985, like hot rods, classics and antiques! Locals and visitors alike come from all over the world to watch our Classic Car Show & Cruise, which can have up to 250 cruisers! This event has been a staple, providing a weekly dose of nostalgia and excitement you won’t want to miss! 

Cruisers! Register your car on-site by arriving via Highway 192, where you'll spot the iconic Jukebox signs on the east entrance. Our friendly Event Staff will greet you and coordinate a security escort to guide you along the historic brick streets to your designated spot, in preparation for the cruise. Please remember, only registered cars are permitted to drive on the bricks.

Start time: 1:00 PM
Registration: 1:00 - 7:30 PM
Cruise Kick-off: 8:30 PM

Don't forget, cruising at Old Town can be extra rewarding with our $2,000 monthly giveaways—$1,000 given away each Friday and Saturday. Join us for any cruise on these nights and you'll automatically be entered into our monthly drawing. As the month wraps up, one fortunate Cruiser will be chosen each night on the final Friday and Saturday to win $1,000!

events schedule

Our event schedule is always full at Old Town, with daily events designed to entertain all ages! Here, every occasion becomes a celebration; whether you're experiencing the thrills of our weekly car shows, enjoying live music that fills the night air with familiar melodies spanning eras and genres, or attending one of our signature events, Old Town ensures that your visit is packed with memories.

Our weekly events included:

  • Tuesday - Karaoke

  • Wednesday - Themed Car Show

  • Thursday - Karaoke

  • Friday - Muscle Car Show and Cruise

  • Saturday - Classic Car Show and Cruise

  • Last Sunday of each Month - Import Car Show

  • Select Sundays of each Month - Jeep Show

In addition to our weekly events, families can look forward to our signature events:

  • Halloween at Old Town - October 31st

  • VetteFest - First Saturday in October

  • New Year’s Eve - December 31st

  • 4th of July - July 4th

  • Classic Car Show & Cruise Anniversary - Third Saturday in March