Temecula Rod Run invites car enthusiasts to Southern California’s premier car show


Time to get under the hood, and tune up that engine! The City of Temecula proudly welcomes all car enthusiasts (novice and expert) to join us at the annual Temecula Rod Run in historic Old Town on Friday & Saturday, May 3 & 4, 2024.

This event draws tens of thousands of visitors and classic hot rods for miles!

The festivities kick off with the Friday Night Cruise on Friday, May 3, 2024, from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm up and down Old Town Front Street.

The excitement continues the next day on Saturday, May 4, 2024, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm with the Show & Shine.

Come and see over 500 pristine classics and under-construction projects, including Model A’s, T-Buckets, T-Birds, and Roadsters.

Do not forget to visit our Vendors on Main Street to purchase your official Temecula Rod Run merchandise, enjoy hot eats and cool treats. For more information or questions please call (951) 694-6480


  1. Unbelievable, I am a classic car enthusiast who lives on Temecula, yet I never heard of this so called “PREMIER ROD SHOW IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA”. Who promotes this stuff? Losers, obviously.


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