Gallery: Vidalia hosts 18th annual Cruising on the River car show
Published 5:33 pm Saturday, May 22, 2021
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A line of cars with their hoods up at the 18th annual Cruising on the River car show in Visalia Saturday. (Hunter Cloud The Natchez Democrat)
This 1948 Chevorlet truck is owned by David Byrd and is a bright orange. (Hunter Cloud The Natchez Democrat)
Three chevy trucks are parked in the front row of the amphitheater. Classic vehicles were parked around the amphitheater and vendors were set up in the grass area close to the river. Vidalia's riverfront was rocking with music thanks to Ronnie Cox, who goes by DJ Foxx. (Hunter Cloud The Natchez Democrat)
This is a genuine car owned by Hank Williams Jr. a vanity tag bears his nickname Bocephus. (Hunter Cloud The Natchez Democrat)
Nearly 100 classic cars were parked around the amphitheater along the Vidalia Riverfront for the 18th annual Cruising on the River Car Show Saturday.
Cruising on the River was first started in 2003 by Walter Tipton. Classic Firebirds, Mustangs, Camaros, Cadillacs and F150s were on display. Vendors selling kettle corn, lemonade, funnel cakes, candles, sauces and welcome mats also set up shop at the event Saturday.
Ronnie Cox, who goes by the stage name DJ Foxx, played “Purple Rain” and “Callin’ Baton Rouge” among many other songs at the event.