Within reach of the St. Regis Monarch Beach resort, the iconic Orange County Collector Car and Motorcycle Week will take place on June 22nd in Dana Point, California.
For those with an affection for all things auto, the showcase will not disappoint. The plethora of hotrods, custom, muscle and a historic collection of military transportation will be shown at the Sea Terrace Park from 9:00am-2:00pm, and will be a free event.
More than just the sound of motors and fun in the sun, the event is honoring the U.S. Marine Corps, as board president, Jeff Spellens commented “Attending Hot Rods and Customs in the Park means supporting the Semper Fi Fund, MARSOC Foundation and the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, who will benefit from the proceeds generated at this festival, as well as all our events,” Spellens continued “We’re deeply committed to supporting the unsung heroes who put their lives on the line to protect our freedoms and liberties every day.”
Attendees of the ocean-front festival will not only be able to gawk at the marvelous vehicles, but also find their culinary needs met as the event will have food trucks dishing out delicious bites. In addition, you’ll be able to enjoy the sounds of the band, Outer Wave, and DJ Rick’s Tune Saloon.
Entries are being accepted until the morning of the event. Event day registration is located at the Salt Creek Beach parking lot on Ritz-Carlton Drive and Pacific Coast Highway from 7:00am to 9:00am.
For event information, please visit www.danapointconcours.org. Complimentary tickets for Sunday’s Concours are also available for active military and DOD personnel. Their families may purchase tickets for $15 per person.