We've said this a lot, but Las Vegas is an interesting city. With so much to do and so much going on, it's often hard to decide what the best things to do and see are. It just might take some digging. That's what lead me to writing this blog on the local Las Vegas car scene.
Let me start by saying, I appreciate cars and other peoples cars and hard work way more than I enjoy actually working on a car. So, take that into consideration when reading this. Also, I'd like to add some of the events and meet ups are going to be primarily for locals; whereas, the super car rentals and museums might cater to the tourist crowd.
Every Saturday morning car enthusiasts convene at the Shelby Museum Parking Lot to participate in the popular weekend pop-up attraction, Cars and Coffee. This event sometimes attracts 600 to 1,000 car aficionados, to meet fellow car enthusiasts as they showcase their exotic, muscle, and vintage cars. More than 250 cars are typically on display. Admission is free and the event is open to guests of all ages from 7 am to 10 am.
If you're not into Mustangs and other Ford classics, you can always checkout the Celebrity Cars and Coffee meetup. According to the Celebrity Cars website, this meetup for car lovers and enthusiasts meets every Saturday at Sansone Park Place on Eastern and Richmar from 7am to 10am and join the support for a good cause. All benefits go to support Rotary Club of Las Vegas.
Before the whole pandemic, every month or so you could travel out to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for Midnight Mayhem. This was a fun event for car enthusiasts. According to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the August and September events have been canceled. I'll update this when I have more information, but as of right now it doesn't look they're doing this.
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