Sunday, August 4th 2013 along Parksville Beach

Oceanside Overdrive 2013!.
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This year marks the 24th anniversary of the much anticipated Oceanside Overdrive Summer Show and Shine, a long-standing tradition of combining bright sunshine, huge crowds of spectators and hundreds of custom, classic, and modified cars, trucks, hotrods, and motorcycles on the picturesque set of Parksville Beach during the height of summer.
Renowned as the Largest Open Car Show on Vancouver Island, the Sunday afternoon beachside Show and Shine is typically attended by over 500 vehicles, with nearly as many taking part in the Saturday Night Cruise. One of the most popular parades on the Island, the cruise begins Saturday August 3, with an assembly of hundreds of vehicles at the Parksville A&W in preparation for the traditional Cruise, leaving from A&W in Parksville at 6pm for a meandering drive through the waterfront neighbourhoods from Oceanside to Qualicum Beach.

The next day, Sunday, August 4, gates open for show cars at 8:30am, the public show starts at 10am, judging commences at 11am, and trophy presentations start at1pm. Registration is $20 and is open to all classes of vehicles. There is no charge for spectators.

This year’s event is organized by community based campus radio station CHLY-FM, broadcasting at 101.7 Mhz on the FM dial, and is only possible because of support from local people and businesses. Thrifty Foods, the Kinsmen Club, CHLY-FM, and many other local businesses, organizations and volunteers have stepped forward to ensure that this important tradition continues to flourish.

This year’s main stage will feature classic cruising tunes broadcast live by CHLY-FM DJ’s as well as live music performed by local blues-rock band “The Distributors”. The event will be broadcast live on CHLY-FM 101.7 Mhz during the Saturday night cruise and from the Sunday show so tune in on your radio during the event to catch all the music and action. If you are not able to make it to the beach that day but would still like to see some chrome and colour, check out the live audio/video stream on www.tv.chly.ca .

 

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