COMMUNITY – Hot Nite in the City cancelled but will be back in 2021

For 25 years, Hot Nite in the City has created a Downtown attraction for car enthusiasts. Planning for the Hot Nite in the City event requires a significant commitment from many valued volunteers and typically takes approximately 10 months.

Every year the event has attracted thousands of locals and visitors alike who are interested in admiring the cars and trucks displayed throughout Downtown Kamloops, and for that, we are very appreciative.

In response to the global challenges associated with the pandemic, the organizing committee has made the extremely difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Hot Nite in City event, which had been scheduled for Aug. 7 & 8. As a car community, we are committed to doing everything possible to ensure our visitor’s and participants’ safety.

We look forward to introducing this event once again during the summer of 2021.

Hot Nite In The City Society

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