Classic cars and hot rods were on full display Tuesday night during the Chestermere Show and Shine.

The event played host to some vintage vehicles and on a busy evening can fit around 60 cars.

The event was started during the middle of the pandemic as a way to get people outside while maintaining a safe social distance.

Rob Haseloh is a massive car enthusiast and says he's expecting the event to continue to gain traction.

"It's only going to grow. I mean, you see more people are moving here and we've had a long winter. And a lot of people are anxious to get the rides out. So, yeah, I think it's only going to get better and better."

According to John Kittler, the organizer of the event, there were a wide variety of specialized vehicles on full display.

"A mix of everything from special interest to antique sort of thing. Those classic cars from the 50s and 60s is kind of what people picture when you think hot rods and cars."

The event takes place every Tuesday evening from 6-8 p.m. at the Chestermere Landing.