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The 15th Annual Glassboro Car Show & Food Truck Festival drives into Glassboro August 30, 2019.

The car show will be located in Downtown Glassboro and the Town Square, Glassboro, New Jersey. The show will be start at 5 pm. The show will end at 9pm. This is a free family fun event and there is something for every gear head or casual admirer. On display will be restored vehicles representing all decades of automotive history as well as exotics, EV’s, and motorcycles. Food vendors will be on site selling food and non- alcoholic beverages. Landmark Americana will host two Beer Gardens. There will be plenty of free parking at the event with signage and parking attendants to direct attendees. This is a rain or shine event.

“Each year, our goal is to grow the selection vehicles that are all-new to the show and match the passions of our attendees,” said Council President George Cossabone, Sr. “For our younger attendees the passion for cars and motorcycles starts very early, so it was important to us to provide a wealth of fun activities for kids—the drivers of the future. These new attractions will entertain and inspire children, while also providing them with opportunities to learn about the rich history and legendary fanfare of iconic automotive brands.”

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The 14th Annual Glassboro Car Show & Food Truck Festival drives into Glassboro August 31, 2018. Thousands of car enthusiasts will gather in Glassboro, New Jersey.

The Annual Car show drives into Glassboro on August 31, 2018.  For the 14th year in a row, car enthusiasts will gather in Glassboro, New Jersey at the 2018 Glassboro Car Show & Food truck Festival, the premier car show in South Jersey.  The viewing area will be in Downtown Glassboro and the Town Square. An anticipated 4,000 attendees will have the opportunity to view over 350 vehicles while listening to live music, racing scale slot cars, listening to DJ Pepper Paul 92.1 and the Olde City Band, and enjoying the best food trucks and local cold craft beer.

“We are thrilled to move the car show into Downtown Glassboro which will allow us to evolve The Car Show and Food Truck Festival into a larger festival experience for car enthusiasts,” said Councilman Andrew Halter.   “Our attendees wanted to see more cars, vendors, giveaways, interactive features, food and entertainment, however our previous locations were limiting to build those types of experiences.  The new location gives us the flexibility and space to do everything the show’s fans are asking for and to show off the redeveloped Downtown Glassboro with all of our new businesses and stunning Town Square.”

Details, vendor and vehicle registration, entertainment, and more at

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