Melville to show off its wheels

June 10, 2018 by  

The upcoming Newsday Field of Wheels car show is for all types of cars and motorcycles.

Proud owners of custom, unique or amazingly restored vehicles or motorcycles will want to bring their machines to Melville for the day-long car show.

There is no charge to enter a vehicle and the guests at the show select the winners in each category. The voting takes place all day and awards for Best in Show, Best Unrestored Vehicle and many other titles will be announced at 3:30.

The Melville car show will include an exhibition of the cars from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. There will be food and beverage vendors on-site and live entertainment all day. The field is handicap accessible and all ages are welcome to the event. Car enthusiasts can come for the inspiration and talented restoration experts and mechanics can show the community their skills, perhaps carrying out some flyer or business card printing to display with their vehicle.

Not allowed on the car show site are barbecues, pets, or alcoholic beverages. The exhibition area is also a smoke-free zone. All spots are first come, first served, so the advice is to arrive early for the most exposure. Anyone wishing to attend should print a ticket from the Eventbrite website.

The Newsday Field of Wheels takes place at Newsday Headquarters at 235 Pinelawn Road in Melville. The entrance to the field is off Ruland Road about one block north of the main entrance. The event takes place from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm this Friday, June 16, with a rain date of Saturday.