Cajon Classic Cruise

The Cajon Classic Cruise at Main and Magnolia in Downtown El Cajon

Quick Facts

Where? 270 E Douglas Avenue, El Cajon, 92020
When? Every Wednesday 5PM - 7PM
Price? Free for vehicle entry, free to attend.

The famous Cajon Classic Cruise Car Shows are sponsored by Downtown El Cajon Business Partners. A great event every Wednesday evenings to view the best of classic cars with great music ad great food from local restaurants. 

Quick Facts

Where? 270 E Douglas Avenue, El Cajon, 92020
When? Every Wednesday 5PM - 7PM
Price? Free for vehicle entry, free to attend.

All About Cajon Classic Cruise

The Greater Los Angeles Area hosts a myriad of car events - here's what you need to know about Cajon Classic Cruise

Event Details

Main and Magnolia in Downtown El Cajon.

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2021

December

8

Cajon Classic Cruise

starts at 05:00 PM

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