Lowriders, Mexican American Culture Highlight Lincoln Park Day 2021
If you've spent any amount of time in our city you've no doubt seen a lowrider or two cruising the streets of “Chuco Town” in its preferred leisurely manner.
On Sunday, September 19, you can get up-close and lay eyes on classic rides and “low-lows” at the annual Lincoln Park Day celebration.
Lincoln Park – aka Chicano Park -- is the grassy area under the Spaghetti Bowl that you've no doubt passed countless times on your way to and from downtown that has all those colorful murals painted on the freeway columns.
When actor Wilmer Valderrama was in town in July, he posed in front of one of them and shared the photo on his social media.
Classic cars, art, and "Mexican-American culture and traditions" will be on full display at the annual event.
A lowrider car show hosted by Latin Pride car club and featuring local and regional lowriders and car clubs will highlight this year's festivities, according to the Lincoln Park Conservation Committee Facebook. Other entertainment will include Matachines, live bands, and dance groups.
What to Know If You Plan to Go
Lincoln Park Day is Sunday, September 19, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and is free to attend. Food and drinks will be sold, but if you want to picnic in the park or grill out while you chill out everyone is cool with that, too.
How to Get to Lincoln Park