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News: Mustang Week 2017 Dates

Big Moves

Start planning your 2017 vacation because Mustang Week has new dates

By Steve Turner

Since its inception Mustang Week has been held at the apex of the summer in the July heat, but coming in 2017 there are some big changes on the horizon for one of the premier Mustang events in the country. Not only will it be held later in the year next year, but the main events will also move to a larger facility.

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Event: Mustang Week 2016, Day 2

Change of Scenery

The Meet ’N Greet kicked things off with a massive turnout at a new spot

By Steve Turner

Friday’s car show might be the event of the week, but we have to confess that we look forward to the Meet ’N Greet cruise-in with the same type of anticipation. This official kick-off gives attendees a feel for the scope and excitement that the week hold for them and it has grown in size every year. So much so that the Mustang Week team finally had to relocate it to a larger facility—the Myrtle Beach Convention Center—this year.
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Event: Mustang Week 2015, Day 2

Cruise Line

Mustang fans cruised in, lined up for T-shirts, and slid around cones

By Steve Turner

The beauty of Mustang Week is the casual nature of most of the events. Only participants of the official car show are locked into a schedule on Friday. However, most of the event’s activities allow for you to arrive and depart as you wish. That said, over the years people have taken the event’s official kick-off more seriously. The Mustang Week Meet ’N Greet is the place to see and be seen as the week gets up to speed.
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Event: Mustang Week 2014, Day 2

Packed House

Kicking off the official Mustang Week action with the Meet ’N Greet, an SVTP pizza party, and a little autocrossing

By Steve Turner
Photos by Steve Turner and StacyStangz

While we got the party started a day early, the official Mustang Week events kick in on Tuesday with the Meet ’N Greet at the Palace Theater. Run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., this event is a free gathering that really sets the tone for the week’s festivities. Think of it as the biggest, happiest midday car show you’ve ever attended.

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