The Fourth Annual Renaissance Rock ‘n’ Roll Car Festival will take place on Park Avenue West in Downtown Mansfield on Saturday, June 22.

The event will feature live music, food trucks, and a cruise-in. The previous years’ festivals drew hundreds of classic vehicles and thousands of people downtown. Parking for the public will be available in the Third Street lot in the rear of the Renaissance Theatre. The event is free for spectators with a $10 registration fee for participants.

Food trucks will be available throughout the day for the public with live music by Heart Broke beginning at 10:00 AM and SOBOS from 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM. Tented seating will be available for spectators.

There will be over 10 giant gift baskets raffled off with items donated by Meijer, Home Depot, Sam’s Club, Pep Boys, Uncle John’s Place, and more. A 50/50 raffle will also be held, and tours of the Renaissance will be offered on the half hour from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM.

Car registration is $10 and begins at 9:00 AM. The festival will be free and open to spectators beginning at 10:00 AM, with awards at 3:00 PM. Pre-registration is available at and will guarantee a t-shirt and a dash plaque for the first 100 pre-registrants. Registrants may also contact the Box Office, Tues-Friday from 12:00 PM-5:00 PM at 419.522.2726.

The event is sponsored by Shaw-Ott Medical, Johnny’s Mattress, Meijer, and Franklin Body Shop.

Source, Photo: Renaissance Performing Arts Association

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