FLINT — Back to the Bricks has had a primary focus on and will continue to focus on the health and safety of their attendees, sponsors, and volunteers.
They are excited to announce they will be moving forward with 2021 schedule of events practicing and following all guidelines in place at the time of each event. They are kicking it off with an all new, sold out event on May 23 called “Dust ‘em Off Car Show” sponsored by General Motors and brought to you by Dort Financial Credit Union.
The event will be open to the public from 9 a.m.–3 p.m. at the Dort Financial Center at 3501 Lapeer Rd, Flint. Vendors, food trucks, a swap meet and a sea of cars for all to enjoy.
Back to the Bricks will hit the roads on June 4 kick starting the 2021 Visionary Promo Tour. The tour will take car participants from Flint Township to Mt. Pleasant, to Boyne City for two nights, then off to Cadillac and Muskegon and then back through St. Johns on the way home.
The tour is completely booked, and the cities are excited to have all the participants. The Promo Tour is June 4-9.
Another event coming to this year’s already impressive line-up, is the famous “Road Rally”. Back to the Bricks has partnered again with Shea Automotive and Halo Burger to bring back two Road Rally’s for all to enjoy this year.
The first one will be July 24, kicking it off from Shea Automotive on Corunna Road. The second one will be in September and the full details will be announced soon.
Then full steam ahead for Back to the Bricks starting on Aug. 9–14 with the famous TuneUp Parties. This years’ Tune-Up locations include Flint Township, Davison, Swartz Creek, Linden, Fenton and Mt Morris.
Bringing Back to the Bricks to each of these cities not only helps promote their upcoming Main Event week, but also contributes to the local economy.
Elga Credit Union is a proud sponsor of the Tune-Up parties and the T-Shirt Giveaways. They are truly a car collectors prize possession, and they know they must give more away this year to meet the growing popularity of these Tune-Up nights.
The Main Event week is full of fun, from their US23 Drive in “Bricks Flicks” to the Wednesday and Thursday night “Rolling Cruises.”
Do not forget the big “Cruise N Concert” offered for free on Friday night, followed by the big Saturday Main Event Show. Back to the Bricks is looking forward to celebrating its 17th year in the community.
The Back to the Bricks organization will continue to closely monitor conditions, including following all the recommendations from the CDC and the State of Michigan Governor’s office and health agencies.
They will err on the side of caution and if they do need to reschedule and or cancel, everyone will be notified immediately. Follow Back to the Bricks on their Facebook page and their website www.backtothebricks.org to stay informed on all their events.