22nd Annual Glendale Cruise Night - 2015
Saturday, July 18, 2015
5:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
We are pleased to announce the 22nd anniversary of our annual Cruise Night Event.
Cruise Night will be held on Saturday, July 18th, 2015 on Brand Blvd. from 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm.
This event is free for all ages! Come out and see what one of Southern California’s largest car shows has to offer!
Approximately 400 Pre-1980 cars will be on display and participating in the event.
We also will have live entertainment. This year’s entertainment line-up includes: Jumping Jack Flash-Tribute to The Stones; Smooth...Sounds of Santana, The Chantays.
Continuing the tradition of Cruise Night, the 22nd Annual Cruise Night will also feature a
At the End of the Program Near the Main Stage
On the corner of Brand Boulevard and Milford Street
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Cruise Night Hotline – (818) 548-6464
Please continue to check this hotline as more information will be updated including street closures and our Cruise Night website!
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the event, please call Onnig Bulanikian at (818) 548-3248. We have great sponsorship opportunities that will promote your business at the event and on all of the Cruise Night event publicity items!For more information or to register your car, please call (818) 548-2752 or CLICK HERE
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22nd Annual Glendale Cruise Night - 2015 Sponsors
It began for them the way it always has--in a dimly lit, smoky nightclub. But who that was present at those long-ago performances by the Rolling Stones would have guessed that they’d become icons, and perhaps the most revered and enduring act of all-time?
Imagine walking into a nearby historic theater and happening upon a performance by the youthful Stones! They’re all there; Mick is prancing and gyrating, Keith is ripping licks and prowling the stage with his trusty beat-up Fender guitar. Charlie and Bill are intense as they lay down the backbeat, and Brian Jones looks regal as he lords over his stage. But there’s something amiss; although this incredible scenario has certainly taken place, this isn’t swinging London circa 1964 but rather, Glendale in 2015. Put down that pint, mate… and take a closer look. It’s Jumping Jack Flash, the world’s greatest tribute to the Rolling Stones!Jumping Jack Flash honors the privilege of re-creating a Rolling Stones live performance by delivering what audiences come to see — the spectacle and power of “the World’s Greatest Rock and Roll band" in its’ prime! Performing song selections from all periods of the Stones' legendary career, you can depend on hearing the hits that you still sing along with in your car (however badly). The greatest care has been given to the smallest details, to ensure that song performances, wardrobe and instrumentation are spot-on re-creations of the real thing. If Jumping Jack Flash can't rock you, nobody will!
|“SMOOTH…sounds of SANTANA” offers up a selection of well known songs (and of course the classics like “Evil Ways”, Black Magic Woman”, & “Oye Como Va”) spanning the 40 year artistry of Carlos Santana. With driving Latin rhythms and percussion, searing electric guitar work and infectious melodies and vocals from these seasoned musicians Smooth…sounds of SANTANA thrill audiences wherever they play.|
"Pipeline" is listed as one of the 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll. It's an incredible single that still sounds as fresh today as the day it was recorded. The tune, fitting in with the popular surfing craze of the time, swiftly rose up the Billboard Pop charts and became a classic hit. The Chantays had a myriad of surf tunes and "Pipeline" is considered one of the landmarks of the surf genre. The Chantays were formed in 1961 when five high-school friends decided to start their own band. Bob Spickard, Brian Carman (co-writers of "Pipeline"), Bob Welch, Warren Waters and Rob Marshall were all students at Santa Ana High School. The group recorded and released "Pipeline", which eventually peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100. The Chantays have been honored for their contributions to music including being honored in 1996 by Hollywood's Rock Walk which was founded to honor individuals and bands that have made lasting and important contributions to music.