An annual celebration of fast, unique and/or bizarre cars is coming back to Alexandria this spring for its third year.
The Old Town Festival of Speed & Style, presented by Burke and Herbert Bank, is scheduled to come back on May 22.
The event takes over the 200-400 blocks of King Street and the 100 blocks of North Royal and North Fairfax streets from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
“View dozens of rare and exotic cars up close, made famous by their speed, performance and elegance,” the website for the festival said. “This will be enhanced by a presentation of style, fashion and live music provided by over 40 local merchants.”
The Old Town Festival of Speed & Style will return on May 22! This event draws thousands of car enthusiasts from across the region to view the high-performance and racing vehicles. Proceeds will benefit the USO, ALIVE!, and the Campagna Center.
More at: https://t.co/IFEMgfFwbi
— ALIVE! (@ALIVE4AlexVA) March 11, 2022
Photo via Festival of Speed and Sound/Facebook
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