When an event only happens once every three years, you know it’s sure to be a good one!
If you’re a fan of classic cars, especially Deuces, this year’s Northwest Deuce Days in the City of Langford is one you won’t want to miss out on.
Happening Saturday, July 20th, the much-anticipated event showcases approximately 500 pre-1952 collector vehicles and draws in thousands of spectators from all across North America.
The 2019 show promises to be the biggest one yet, celebrating classic cars with a focus on Deuces – the nickname given to 1932 Ford coupes that have undergone “hot rod” modifications.
You can grab your lawn chair and post up on Goldstream Avenue between Jacklin Road and Veteran’s Memorial Parkway in Langford between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. this Saturday, which is when the parade of hot rods is expected to cruise through!
Langford’s infamous fountain is featured as one of the ‘Poker Stops’ on Saturday, an event that involve drivers drawing cards at different Victoria landmarks.
The full Northwest Deuce Days event runs from July 18th to July 21st, 2019 at Victoria’s Inner Harbour and Legislature Grounds, where there will be 1200 collector vehicles in attendance, and a full schedule of the four-day event can be found online here!
City of Langford’s Northwest Deuce Days
When: Saturday, July 20th – 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Where: Cars drive along Goldstream Avenue, which will be closed during this time.