oh the places i'll go
shows i hope to attend.
Celebrating 90 Years! Compton College Homecoming & Car Show, come out and enjoy Live Music from Quinto Sol, The Steady 45's, GLIFOS and Trio Del Alma. Enjoy a variety of Food Trucks, Classic Cars on display, purchase unique finds from local Vendors! Bring the Family out to this FREE EVENT and enjoy our KIDS ZONE!
All Cars, Trucks & Motorcycles are Welcome. There will be Awards, Music and Opportunity Drawings. All proceeds will go towards feeding Inland Empire families Thanksgiving dinners. We fed 580 families last year. Our goal this year is t feed 800+ families
cancelled due to poor health...get better soon!
Last year we had 950 Cars and over 30,000 Rendezvous fans attended. We are anticipating increases in those numbers this year.
This year's expanded event will have a lot of similarities to last year's Rendezvous back to Route 66 event, including a great cruise route, fantastic food, two beer gardens, kids activities, lots of vendors and of course, hundreds of beautiful custom and classic cars all rolled into a one day event.
The funds from this event go toward business support services offered by the San Bernardino Area Chamber of Commerce.
You can get more event information by calling the Chamber office at (909) 885-7515. If you would like to be a volunteer, please call the chamber office.
Since 1990. The fourteen-block stretch of East Second Street will be closed from Bayshore Avenue to Livingston Avenue for the event. Over 500 classic cars will be on display making it one of the largest car shows of its kind on the West Coast. The side streets that intersect with Second Street will also be closed to the alleys for the purpose of exhibiting cars. What makes this car show unique is its location. Taking place on the usually busy Second Street (driven by an estimated 40,000 vehicles per day), attendees have the opportunity to intermix shopping and dining with viewing the gorgeous automobiles. After all Belmont Shore is home to over fifty unique and upscale shops and nearly fifty restaurants, cafes and sweet shops! You also can’t beat the weather of this beachside town with the warm sun and ocean breezes. But of course it’s the cars that bring the large crowd. You can expect to find some of the first automobiles ever made as well as classic roadsters, coupes, sedans, convertibles, muscle cars, sports cars, hot rods and low riders from the 1920’s through the mid 1970’s. Many cars are one-of-a-kind, limited editions or customized. It’s estimated that the total value of the cars on display will be in the ballpark of $25 million!