The Red Line Car Show will be back on 9th Avenue North on Canada Day in Golden.

Cars splash into summer at the Red Line Car Show on Canada Day

Canada Day will see Golden filled with some of the most jaw dropping cars imaginable with the 6th annual Team Red Line Car Show.

Canada Day will see 9th Avenue North in Golden filled with some of the most jaw dropping cars imaginable when the 6th annual Team Red Line Car Show takes to the street. Jason Tang is one of the organizers for the Team Red Line Car Show. He said he is excited about the event this year.

“I am totally looking forward to the event. Every year it gets bigger with more things happening. Having the town involved has been great,” he said.

Tang said everyone is happy that the show continues to get larger in Golden.

“It is very exciting to see it grow. The event started with 20 or 30 cars. This year we are expecting 100 cars or more.”

This year the Golden’s Farmers’ Market will also be running during the event.

“It adds to the attraction and will bring more people downtown for the event. People can now check out cars while buying things at the market. It helps out the community I think,” Tang said.

As for how he feels on the day of the event, Tang said it is hard to explain.

“It is overwhelming but also great. We feel proud of what has been accomplished. It gives people who love cars a chance to come out and see them,” he said. “People spend a lot of time and money on their vehicles and it is great to come out and show them off.”

Tang, who is a lover of cars, said the vehicles that come to the show are for people of all ages.

“It is a great family event. It makes some kids  very excited. It brings the families out and gives them something to do together,” he said.

It should be noted that 9th Avenue North will be blocked off to traffic during the event. The show stars at noon on Canada Day and runs until 4 p.m.

 

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