The Return of El Paso’s Heritage Cruise Night Had a Huge Turnout
When you have a big family it can certainly add up when trying to find fun weekend activities. Luckily, there are places to go for fun that is free and also involve cool cars.
But this isn't any typical car show that goes down in El Paso on Texas Ave. every Sunday evening. Heritage Cruise Night is where you can experience a live car show like no other.
I had the pleasure of returning after it had been away for so long due to the pandemic. Heritage Cruise Night in El Paso made its return on Texas Ave. after so long and it was off the hook.
Now from what I remember of my first time checking out Heritage Cruise Night, has gained a lot of fans and cruisers. In 2017, when I checked it out there were not as many cars as there were this past Sunday.
Heritage Cruise Night definitely gained a bigger following over the years and still continues to grow. It was obvious that El Pasoans have missed the live car show after the huge turnout it had on Sunday, April 24.
Plus, it isn't a surprise people come back and bring their people since the organizer's hospitality is top-notch. Eddie Cabral greets everyone who shows up and even hooked me up with a couple of unforgettable rides up and down Texas Ave. Sunday evening.
First off, I have never bounced around as much in a car as I did on Sunday evening. You can see how it went from the footage I took in the car I like to call Red Gold Rider. Heritage Cruise Night had quite the turnout for the return of the live car show on Texas Ave. this past Sunday.