Derek Snelson's Jet Funny Car will be one of a handful of spectacles to see at the Night of Fire Cruise-In to be held at Chances Playtime Abbotsford Aug. 28.

Night of Fire Cruise-In at Chances Playtime Abbotsford

Free event will feature specialty vehicles, door prizes, live music and more.

Night of Fire Cruise-In drives into Chances Playtime Abbotsford (30835 Peardonville Road) on Friday, Aug. 28, showcasing an evening of entertainment that will include a range of specialty cars, door prizes and live music by Hamilton Harvey.

The event is free for spectators and vehicle entries and will run from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

A live “fire-up” of Derek Snelson’s Team Warhawk Jet Funny Car will be featured, along with street rods, muscle cars, ‘50s classics and more.

For additional information call (604) 539-7223.

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