Classics Against Cancer, Auto Show with Live Retro Music, Cedarvale Park, Sunday, June 21

Held in the attractive setting of … Cedarvale Park on the banks of the Credit

In Downtown Georgetown, Ontario, Canada.

Now in its 29th year, Classics Against Cancer has become one of the premier car shows inClassics-115e Canada. Antique and Classic Road Cars include: High Performance, Hot Rods and Fat Fenders, Military Vehicles, Modified, Racers, Kit Cars, and 80+.
Lots of Drive-In style food and a pancake breakfast (our new tradition) on Father’s Day, Sunday morning.

Dedicated to raising funds for the benefit of the Childhood Cancer Campaign, this spectacular display of automobiles is held every Father’s Day weekend.


This year with All Day Live Music, Professional Stage and Lighting and:

Rolly Rocker and the Hemi Heads

A tribute band dedicated to the classic music of the 50’s, 60’s & the 70’s, showcasing the sound and look of the three classic Rock eras.  By the end of the performance you will feel like you have gone back in time to when this great music graced every radio station on the continent.rolly

There are two different shows the band performs. Both shows consist of three 45 minute sets.

The Tribute Show first set starts off with the sound and look of the 50’s. The second set gets into the psychedelic 60’s and the third set includes the hard rock sound of the 70’s. Each band member looks and acts according to the image of all three eras.

The Standard Show is a classic uniform look with all the same great Rock ‘n Roll plus music from the 80’s and 90’s. Over the past six years they have performed at the Classics Against Cancer Car Show, Downtown Georgetown’s Rock’n & Roll’n Classics Car Show, Milton’s Mid Summer Night’s Cruise, Golden Griddle Cruise, Village Festival Downtown Georgetown, OCPFA Barbecue Fundraiser Showcase, and in various venues across Ontario.

Band members include Lee Martin (aka Rolly Rocker), Alan Fiddler, Ryan Bell, Lee McKeown, Ian Cox, Ben Apgar, Gene Hardy & John Meydam. Each expresses their own personality while remaining true to the feel and spirit of the original music. It remains raw, as it should, complete with expression of the performers’ personalities. These three eras gave us an incredible repertoire of music and people of all ages still love to hear it today.

and …

Brent Freeman (Elvis Presley / Buddy Holly)

Brent has been an Elvis fan for as long as he can remember, forming The Tiger Sharks, a fixture in the Toronto rockabilly scene from the late 80s to today. One of the Tiger Sharks’ highlights was recording their first album at the legendary Sun Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.

Fresh off his victory as the 2014 “Collingwood Elvis Festival, Non-Pro Early Years Grand Champion”, Brent is focused more than ever on his career as an Elvis tribute artist. With a great sense of humour and a fantastic stage presence, Brent looks forward to entertaining you at Classics Against Cancer.


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