Labor Day weekend in Billings is stuffed to the brim with activities, dining, and outdoor options, but don’t miss out on the annual Burn the Point Classic Car Parade! At 6:30 on Friday evening, more than 500 cars will cover the streets, ambling down Third Avenue North as over 12,000 attendees snap photos and revel in the excitement of some of the best-kept classics in the country. Every year, the crowd gets bigger, and 2016 is expected to be the grandest car lover’s gathering yet.

Parking lots and garages overflow with stunning vehicles that are more like works of art. Claim your spot on the sidewalk, and get a great view of the parade of muscle cars, lowriders, classics and vintage rides. Local DJs Kurt Anthony and Major Dan Miller from 92.5FM are on hand to announce which vehicles are front and center.

Show Your Own Ride!

It’s not too late to register to showboat your own classic or collector car! Register today and meet at North 27th Street to be part of a Billing’s tradition. As revelers dance in the streets to the tunes of The Bucky Beaver Ground Grippers, the party on Broadway goes into the late hours.

On Saturday, MetraPark hosts the Classic Car Show from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. so you can get an even closer look at the parade highlights. Experience downtown Billings like a local this Labor Day weekend!