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Hempfield set to host 1st classic car cruise

Megan Tomasic
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Hempfield Park’s Smail Auto Group Amphitheater in Hempfield.

Hempfield Township officials are hosting their first classic car cruise this weekend as part of their final summer concert at Hempfield Park.

The event will kick off Saturday at 5 p.m., and performers will include Aubrey Burchell, who competed on American Idol last year, and Joe Grushecky & The Houserockers, who have played rock since 1976.

All cars, trucks and motorcycles are welcome to the car cruise. Registration is $5 and dash plaques will be available for the first 50 registered vehicles. Public admission to the event is free.

Speal’s on Wheels, a local food truck, will be available throughout the evening.

The summer concert series began in May after a ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly built Smail Auto Group Amphitheater. Hosting five concerts throughout the summer, bands included Switch, East Coast Turnaround, Chuck Blasko and The Vogues, Jeff Jimerson and Airborne and North of Mason Dixon, or NOMaD.

Officials also hosted three movie nights and a Kidz Fest that featured live performances, face painting, inflatables and more.

More information on Saturday’s event can be found by calling Hempfield Township Parks and Recreation at 724-834-7232.

Megan Tomasic is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Megan at 724-850-1203, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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