After A flood in 2019 and the COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020, Central Nebraska Auto Club's Premier Event is needed more than ever!
Cruise Nite won’t be held on the third weekend of July, as it has for more than 25 years.
Instead, organizers are postponing the popular five-day automobile festival until Oct. 13-18.
Like so many events and celebrations, the scheduling change became necessary because of the coronavirus outbreak, Cruise Nite Chairman Brad Kernick said.
“Our steering committee met last week and figured we probably needed to pick a lane. The October weekend seemed to be a good option without a lot of competing events,” Kernick said about the decision to postpone“
Brad Kernick, Chairman
Our Corporate Partners
Cruise Nite Kearney would not be possible without the help of our corporate sponsors. Please help support Cruise Nite Kearney by showing them your support, stop by and tell them “Thank You for supporting Cruise Nite Kearney” when you are in their businesses. Our 2020 corporate partners are scrolling across the bottom of the screen and all pictured in the graphic on the right.
October 13 – 18, 2020
republished from the Kearney HUB. By MIKE KONZ Hub Enterprise Editor KEARNEY — Cruise Nite won’t be held on the third weekend of July, as it has for more than 25 years. Instead, organizers are postponing the popular five-day automobile festival until Oct. 13-18. Like...
Cruise Nite | Our Biggest Event
Every year in July, the CNAC encourages anyone who wants to relive the memories of the “Good Ole Days” along with the love of the classic cars to come and enjoy in the fun. The event “Cruise Nite” has grown from a weekend to a week long event.