The city of Atascadero to Cancel Cruisin’ week-end 2020 • Atascadero News


ATASCADERO The City of Atascadero has been working hard behind the scenes to come up with a variety of creative methods to help to make a lot of the community is a long-awaited summer, events move forward at this extraordinary time, including the City’s annual August event, the Cruisin’ Weekend.

Mostly, it’s Cruisin’ Weekend will kick off with the popular Hot El Camino Cruise Nite on Friday night. Then, in the Mid-State Cruizers Car Show at Atascadero Lake Park the following Saturday. The weekend ended with Dancing in the Streets, to be held in Atascadero in the city Centre on a Saturday night. Without being able to come up with a satisfactory-and safe-alternative-delivery method, which would make it possible for the City to be the host of the most popular events of the summer, which are scheduled to take place in August. 14 and 15, in the City, and made the tough decision to cancel all of the weekend’s line-up of activities.

This would have marked the 28th Annual Hot El Camino Nite Cruise. With around 400 classic cars, cruising up and down El Camino Real on Friday night, this event usually brings in thousands of spectators from within and outside of the area, and along the streets of Atascadero. At this time, the COVID-19 safety precautions and limitations on the size of the crowd expected to converge, it is too large, and the members of the general public in the right way, the safe distance is impossible to maintain.

In the Mid-State Cruizers Car Club, had previously announced the cancellation of what would have been her 31st Annual Mid-State Cruizers Car Show at Atascadero Lake Park, which usually takes place on the Saturday following the Cruise, You can.

The 5th Annual Dancing in the Streets, in the City of Atascadero, in the last few years, after the Car Show on Saturday, it was cancelled. In its short history, Dancing in the Streets, it is rapidly become very popular, resulting in a wide variety of the most popular bands in the region, and is considered to be one of the other “must-do” for local summer events.

With the recent increase in the number of COVID-19 cases, in San Luis Obispo County, in conjunction with the safety restriction, a ban on large gatherings, at this point in time, the City has determined that the termination of the whole of the Cruisin Weekend, sequence of events, it is the only option.

Cruisin’ Weekend on the Dec. 20-21, 2021.


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