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Hot Nite in the City celebrated its 25th anniversary this past weekend with a showcase of about 500 vehicles being admired by thousands of spectators in downtown Kamloops.
From vintage rides to muscle machines, from big rigs to electric cars, there was something for every auto taste — and Mother Nature was also a fan, turning down the extreme heat just in time for the show.
Hot Nite in the City has grown substantially since its start in 1994. Originally held on a Thursday night, the show took up only two blocks of Victoria Street. After moving the event to the weekend, which allowed for more involvement from people outside Kamloops, Hot Nite grew to where it is today, featuring several hundred vehicles each year.
KTW photographer Allen Douglas was among those admiring the steel and chrome.