Cruisers roll through Long Beach in annual parade

Today was the day for Cruisers to enjoy the festivities happening in the City of Long Beach. 270 cruisers rolled down the city’s streets for their annual parade.

Cruisers started lining up as early as 1 p.m. to secure their spot in line. The Long Beach High School band led the parade for the first time ever, followed by plenty of eye-catching cars.

News 25 spoke to first time spectators Amanda Hogue and William Muse from South Carolina and they are loving this year’s originality. “The variety of the cars, everyone is coming out, showing up with dragons, pizzas, tacos. It’s really interesting so far.”

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