One of the largest car shows in New England returns to Main Street in Hyannis on June 19, when the Greater Hyannis Chamber of Commerce presents the annual Father’s Day Car Show, an event that is expected to attract 50,000 people.
The return of the largest single-day, non-sporting event on Cape Cod comes after two years of postponement due to COVID-19.
More than 350 classic cars will line Main Street in Hyannis from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., giving show attendees a close-up look at everything from muscle cars to classic roadsters, resto-mods, and more.
A new event will be the Friday Night Preview at Copeland Chevrolet and Subaru in Hyannis, one of the Father’s Day Car Show’s premier sponsors.
Classic car owners who are registered in the Sunday show are invited to bring their rides to 22 Ridgewood Ave. in Hyannis on Friday evening, June 17, from 5 to 8 p.m. This special event will feature an appearance by Mecum Auto Auction’s Bill Stephens, one of the nation’s most well-known TV auto show personalities.
In addition to his work on television with Mecum Auto Auctions, Stephens is a nationally published author of several motorsports books and a columnist for a number of automotive periodicals. He also has an extensive history in radio broadcasting and is a writer for various automotive television programs.
The Cousins Maine Lobster Food Truck, featured on “Shark Tank,” will provide food for sale for the preview event, which is free.