Ocean City, Md is certainly known for its widely popular car and truck shows throughout the summer, but the Endless Summer Cruisin’ Car Show– the annual fall festival dedicated to all things cruisers, muscle cars, hot rods, and trick trucks- offers as much tire burning, engine revving excitement as its June and July counterparts.
As the days grow colder and longer, that’s one of the most–if not the most–frequently asked question we get: ‘What’s still open?’ (Or, similarly, ‘is still open?’) It’s an understandable question to ask. Plenty of people flock to Ocean City during the fall and winter months to enjoy off-season deals but want to make sure there will still be something to do and somewhere to eat.
Endless Summer Cruisin’ takes place each October and typically draws over 2000 classic cars and thousands more spectators to Ocean City for a weekend of car shows, national vendors, live music, celebrity meet and greets, and free parades along the Boardwalk each morning.
There are a quarter of a million people who come to Ocean City in the summertime, and thousands of them walk the 27 blocks of the Boardwalk each day. In “What Are You Doing Here?” we stop a few of them and find out what brought them to our corner of the Eastern Shore.
Check out the celebrity appearances all weekend long at the Convention Center and Inlet Parking lot, peruse vendors offering the latest automotive accessories, gear, and technologies, roll up and down Coastal Highway to show your off your ride, or sit an enjoy the Endless Summer action from your balcony or hotel parking lot!
It’s half way through October already, and that means just one thing – 8 months till summer? No! It’s Halloween soon! Most visitors to Ocean City arrive in the summer months, but there is something special about the month of October in Ocean City Md.
It’s still unclear whether or not loud exhaust, custom paint jobs, and celebrity appearances help extend endless summer, but they will certainly help you take your mind off of cold weather blues for a few days in early October.