Labeled “Branson’s Premier Car Event,” the Super Summer Cruise at The Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead is drawing near. The cruise continually draws thousands car enthusiasts from near and far for a weekend that historically has included such events as a burn-out contest, a worship service, live entertainment, and awards.
Held annually during the second weekend in August, this year’s Super Summer Cruise takes place from August 6 through August 8, and the events on hand figure to be as entertaining as ever. From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. thursday through Saturday, you can enjoy the Vehicle Show & Shine event at The Shepherd of the Hills, where over 500 cars are showcased. On Saturday from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., the Best in Show awards at Pavilion Theatre are taking place.
Without question, however, the premier event of the entire weekend is the Midnight Cruise. Taking place on Saturday right at midnight, the Midnight Cruise features a three-mile parade of classic cars along the Shepherd of the Hills Expressway and Highway 76. Eager onlookers line the streets to witness the participating cars.
The Super Summer Cruise typically consists of older models, normally from the 1950s and 1960s, but it’s not uncommon to find newer models of Ford’s, Corvettes, Chevy’s, and more. You can register your automobile online at http://www.supersummercruise.com/, where you will also find additional information about the cruise, including the various judging categories.
Regardless of whether you intend to enter your automobile into the contest, the Super Summer Cruise is the perfect way to celebrate a perfect vacation in Branson, MO!
BransonShows.com offers a wide range of lodging options near the Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead and any other part of the city you want to witness. You can also find additional activities and general information about Branson at that site.