If you work Downtown, Wednesday of Race Week is a great day to take a long lunch break. Nestled among the skyscrapers several of downtown’s most prominent addresses open their courtyards for a sparkling preview of the upcoming weekend’s shows and races. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix hosts a parade and 4 distinct car displays in downtown Pittsburgh.
The parade starts on the North Shore. Cars stage near Heinz Field Please email Rich Spring if you would like to be in the parade. You don’t have to participate in the parade, you are permitted to go directly to your assigned car display location. at 10:45 am.
The car show starts with a parade into Pittsburgh from Rivers Casino on the north side at 10:30. Please arrive as close as possible to 9:00 AM to ensure your space in the parade. Due to an ever growing interest, no reserved parade spaces are available except for sponsor vehicles. Parade participation is restricted to antique, classic or race cars.
Registration Opens: 8:00 AM
Parade Stages: 8:30 – 10:00 AM
Parade Departs: 10:30 AM
Cars Displayed Downtown: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
The Parade Lap enters the city at 10:45 AM and thunders through the streets, dropping off cars at four locations:
DJ Kelli Burns is appearing at our Point State Park Car Show, providing musical entertainment during all afternoon.
The event is free to the public, but space is limited for show cars, if you are interested in participating in the parade and showing your car afterward please contact the captains:
- Parade, PPG, Market Square and parade Richard Spring
- U.S. Steel Tower Jerry Longstreth
- Fort Pitt Museum at Point State Park – Joy Balentine
Many thanks to the City of Pittsburgh and the plazas that host our car shows – we appreciate their generosity.
After the car display walk on over and join us for the Tune-Up Party at Atria’s from 6:00 until 9:00 PM. There will be a Happy Hour, appetizers and a display of race and show cars – only $40.