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May Madness Car Show




Are you in cars? If so, you won’t want to miss this Saturday’s event when May Madness returns to downtown San Rafael. The show’s origins are simple: Greg Borelli wanted to cruise 4th Street in downtown San Rafael with his buddies. As young men in their twenties, Rick Lewis and Borelli brought up the idea of organizing a car show and made it happen in 1986. Since then there have been several missed years for various reasons, but the event is back and celebrating 30 years. Come check out over 250 cars, enjoy food and drink, people watch and dance. Trophies will be handed out to some of the most incredible cars, like Best Paint, Best of Show, Best Hot Rod, Mayor’s Award, The Greg Borrelli Memorial Award and many more. Big Jim’s BBQ, Lagunitas Brewery, and Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffee & Smoothies, and Three Twins Ice Cream will all also be onsite providing food and drink to this vibrant legacy event. Following parade don't miss the After Party at the Elks Club up the street will have a celebration with us with Pride N Joy Performing from 6pm- 9pm. Stop by for all the fun! 

If You Go:

Where: San Rafael Fourth Street
Downtown San Rafael
When: Saturday, May 12 from 12pm to 7pm
Cost: Free
maymadnesssanrafael.com

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