|For Immediate Release:||
|June 13, 2016||
Crystal City (Arlington, VA) - Drivers, tune up those cars and make your way to Crystal Car for a Father’s Day Auto Festival. The Crystal City Business Improvement District (BID) in partnership with Vornado/Charles E. Smith, and the Washington Wine Academy, is hosting the fourth annual Crystal Car Father’s Day Auto Festival on Sunday, June 19, 2016.
This family-friendly festival will have a large variety of automobile categories including sports cars, electric vehicles, classic muscle cars, antiques and more. There will be activities for the kiddos including wooden race car painting and racing and a moon bounce. Along with the cars, enjoy live music, food trucks, and a beer and wine garden hosted by the Washington Wine Academy. Crystal Car will be held in the surface lot located adjacent to 220 20th Street South, just steps from Crystal Drive and many of the neighborhood’s great restaurants where you can continue your celebration of Dad!
When: Sunday, June 19, 2016, 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
Where: 220 20th Street South Surface Parking Lot.
Admission: Free admission for guests and vehicles. Cash Bar at Beer and Wine Garden.
Vehicle Registration: Have a vehicle you would like to include in the show? Register here.
Social Media: Like Crystal City on Facebook and interact with us on Twitter using #CrystalCar. If you take any photos and post them on Twitter or Instagram tag us @CCBID. You can also add us on snapchat @ccbid to watch live feed from the car show if you cannot make it or if you just want to check it out before you head down.
About the Crystal City Business Improvement District
The Crystal City Business Improvement District (BID) is a public-private partnership established in April 2006 to promote the vibrant Crystal City business, retail, restaurant and residential community. The BID is committed to showcasing the area as a world-class destination for visitors, employees and residents. Crystal City is INNOVATIVE, ACTIVE, ARTFUL, ACCESSIBLE, and GREEN. For more information, visit www.crystalcity.org.