Bama Coast Cruisin’ returns to The Wharf

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Posted 4/14/21

The 12th Annual Bama Coast Cruisin’ returns to Orange Beach April 22-24. This car show is immensely popular with residents, tourists and car enthusiasts. The event showcases the finest in …

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Bama Coast Cruisin’ returns to The Wharf

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The 12th Annual Bama Coast Cruisin’ returns to Orange Beach April 22-24. This car show is immensely popular with residents, tourists and car enthusiasts. The event showcases the finest in automotive customized, modified and restored vehicles. Over 800 vehicles are expected to be at The Wharf in Orange Beach, for the most unique automotive event the Alabama Gulf Coast has ever seen.

Bama Coast Cruisin’, produced by MotorSports Productions and presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts, is family friendly. The event is sponsored by The City of Orange Beach and The Wharf as well as a host of local restaurants and businesses. Bama Coast Cruisin’ is an “open car show” and welcomes all makes and models of specialty vehicles, customs, classics, street rods and hot rods, plus antique and original vehicles. As the event producer, Sonny McLean, says, “if it is special to you, it is special to us, come on out and cruise the Alabama Gulf Coast." In addition to over 800 vehicles, there will be food trucks, vendors, music and plenty of Family Fun for everyone.  

Bama Coast Curisin’ is a free event. For more information on this exciting automotive event go to:  www.BamaCoastCruisin.com. There you will find information on registering your vehicle, being a vendor, being a sponsor or just enjoying the event as a spectator. Bama Coast Cruisin' will set up Thursday, April 22, and the show will be open to the public April 23 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and April 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will wrap up the festivities with a police escorted parade of show cars leaving The Wharf and traveling east on Canal, south on 161 and then east on Perdido Beach Boulevard to the Perdido Pass Bridge and back to The Wharf. Do not miss your chance to view the most amazing vehicles ever seen on the Alabama gulf coast.