Long Beach Cruisin’ Parade
Antique cars were rolling in the hundreds at Long Beach high school today for the annual Cruisin’ Parade.
Organizers say over 600 cars participated in this year’s parade for the 20th anniversary.
Some cars looked new and shiny while others embraced the rustic look.
Some even were decorated in the Halloween spirit.
Shane and Natalie Lester from Street Outlaws in New Orleans were Grand Marshalls for today’s parade and they could not have been more excited.
Shane Lester tells News 25, “This is awesome I mean this is literally my backyard. We attend this, we do this every year and it’s a huge, huge honor for us, me and my beautiful wife to be a part of this and be the Grand Marshall this year. I love the cars. When Cruisin the Coast starts rolling in around I get excited. Can’t wait to pull out our antiques and just join the party.”
The parade started at Long Beach high school and ended at the Long Beach Harbor for a concert put on by the band Tip Tops.