LONG BEACH, Calif. – The 6th annual “Roar in the Shore” fan festival in the Belmont Shore area will take place Wednesday, April 5 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., a preview of the April 7-9 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Free to the public, the event will be centered on Second Street, between Covina and Corona avenues. The Belmont Shore Business Association (BSBA) is presenting Roar in the Shore in partnership with the Grand Prix Association of Long Beach and Legends Restaurant & Sports Bar.
Fans will be able to see race cars on display from the Pirelli World Challenge Championship, as well as vintage and exotic cars on Corona and Covina avenues. There will also be several professional drivers on hand for interviews and to greet fans.
Back by popular demand is Tony Carbajal’s motorcycle stunt show at Corona & 2nd Street, performing at 5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Following the stunt show, fans will get a chance to meet and greet and get autographs from the stunt riders.
Adding to the festivities, KLAC-570 AM’s “Petros & Money Show” will broadcast live from Legends from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Those who attend will also get a chance to test their skills with free racing simulators located on Covina & 2nd St.
“The BSBA is excited to be a part of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach tradition,” said Dede Rossi, executive director of the Belmont Shore Business Association. “Bringing part of the racing activities to our district is great fun for everyone.”
Fans can find news and information about Roar in the Shore by visiting belmontshore.org/roar-in-the-shore, or follow on Facebook at BelmontShoreBiz, Twitter @belmontshorelb or Instagram at shorelongbeach.
Source: Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach