Come and celebrate with us once again. This year’s event will be held at beautiful Cascade Park in New Castle, Pennsylvania. This is the most innovative, successful family fun auto event in the area. Cascade Park is spaciously landscaped, and the waterfalls are breathtaking.
Our event houses so many unique attributes that make for a perfect festival venue. The park provides an abundance of space for 40,000 spectators. Along with musical entertainment, food and commercial vendors, and over 1000 cars and trucks, throughout the 3-day event
The success of this event is exciting and has been recognized by the area. This past year Big AL's List, and Cruisin Times Magazine, ESPN2 STREET RODDER TV covered our event, Along with an “Our Town” segment on Comcast Cable. Also, Back to The 50’s Weekend has been written up in such magazines as, Hot Rod Magazine, Rod and Custom, Street Rodder, and Super Rod, just to name a few.
WE ARE MORE THAN JUST A CAR SHOW!!!
With areas of entertainment, food, and carnival inflatable fun this provides a platform for cars, music and fun for the entire family.
Be a valuable part of this successful event !!!
Contact Information: Back to The 50's Weekend 724-333-2913
Bob "BONES" Balogh, a New Castle native.
Articles were written in July 1969 in the New Castle Newspaper
JUNE 26,27,28, 2015
New Castle, PA
Another awesome story about one of our New Castle Natives,
Dan McEwen is featured in the Gasser Magazine and also the Centerfold in the current June 2014 Issue of MOPAR Magazine, with his 65 Cuda !!!
We are pleased to announce that the 28th Back to The 50’s Weekend was a great success, thanks to the contributions of so many!
We would like to say a heartfelt thank you to Mayor Mastrangelo and Brian Heichal for New Castles beautiful Cascade Park, to our generous sponsors & donation contributors, to Joanne Esposito and Par for The Cure, to all the vendors, spectators, car participants, security personnel, to our staff who worked tirelessly each day and to our family and friends for their prayers and support. We could not have done this without all of you!
And last but not least to Gale Measel and his son Greg for stepping in and handling an unforeseen obstacle that surfaced at the last minute.