Collingswood, New Jersey

Cruise Night

September's Cruise Night turned out to be a beautiful evening, even after some afternoon clouds. Music was provided by Full Blown Cherry.  Our winners were:

Myron Fegley (2009 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic) 
Bill Powell (1998 Honda Shadow)
Bruce Spencer (1983 HD Shovel Head)

Dan Carter (1959 Austin Healey Sprite)
Lou Costello (1965 Mercury Comet Cyclone)
Bob Gifford (1969 Chevy Camaro Z-28)
Greg LeMay (1969 Pontiac GTO
Lou Mongillo (1955 Chevy Bel Air)
Ron Panna (1996 Porsche 911 C4 CAB)
Ted Peters (1970 Buick G.S. Stage 1)


Enjoy the speed and the sight of the region's best classic cars and motorcycles at Collingswood’s Cruise Night along Haddon Ave from 6-9 p.m. On the third Thursday of the month from April to October beautiful autos line up and guests can enjoy live music, food, fun and best of all – the event is free!  Music is provided by Full Blown Cherry and No Relation Band.  It’s an excellent family event, date night or evening out for the auto enthusiast.

Dates for the 2014 season:
April 17
May 15 - featuring The Franklin Institute's “Brain Waves” Street Team! and Collingswood Odyssey of the Mind Team Marconasis with their award-winning car. 
June 19
July 17 - Veteran's Appreciation Night
August 21
September 18 - South Jersey Roller Girls will be cruising the Avenue
October 16 

Registration is at the Collingswood Senior Community Center the evening of the event from 4:45pm to 6:30pm and the cost is $5 per car to enter.  Trophies are presented at the end of the evening. For more information on sponsorship, getting involved, registration or the event call 856-858-9275. Haddon Ave is open for traffic in one direction on Cruise Nights.

Click here for a Photo Gallery of previous Cruise Nights

A special thank you to Mothers Polishes*Waxes*CleanersEagle One and Meguiar's for their continuing support of our event.  Also, a big shout out to Paul's Custom Awards and Trophies for fablulous trophies month after month!


A note on inclement weather: We apologize for canceling Cruise Night in the case of rain. The decision to hold or cancel the event must be made by 1pm on the day of the event in order for Public Works and the Police Department to prepare.  Attendance is also drastically reduced when rain is even threatened because car owners will often not drive on wet streets or if they believe their car may get wet during the evening. It is not an easy call to make, sometimes the weather changes, but it has to be called early.

You can always confirm that the event is on or off by checking – and click on the Cruise Night tile or calling 856-858-9275

You can download the registration form below.

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