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The "Fiesta de Kustom Kulture", Car and Low-Brow Art Show, is expecting to cause a major jam on the streets of historic Old Town, Saturday, Sept. 10. This FREE TO THE PUBLIC event will be held on San Diego Avenue, Harney Street and Twiggs Street and will be lined with hot rods, street rods, customs, muscle cars and trucks of the pre-1972 era as the public rolls through from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. All show cars are entered to win trophies and people will cast votes for their favorite ride.

Attendees can also enjoy live entertainment as they soak up the works of world-famous low brow artists and pinstripers right up Artist Alley. A charity auction and raffle will be held among the festivities to benefit Old Town San Diego’s own “Meals-on-Wheels, Greater San Diego” and feature original art items donated by Fiesta de Kustom Kulture artists, collectibles from participating vendors, and certificates from local restaurants, boutiques and businesses.

The Old Town Chamber of Commerce and MotorCult, event producers of Fiesta de Kustom Kulture, anticipate the free show will draw automobile fans from all over the Southwestern United States and hope to make it an annual occurrence for Old Town San Diego. “Between the car show on Saturday and the first-ever Tequila Trail
event on Sunday that will kick off the annual Spirits of Mexico Festival, this week in September is going to be a non-stop party for Old Town,” said Richard Stegner, executive director of Old Town Chamber of Commerce. For more information, visit

Added by MotorCult on August 4, 2011