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Mustang Week 2022 Announcment!

by Jaron Cole 0 Comments

After 20 great years in Myrtle Beach, the Mustang Week staff has decided to return to our original roots and do one final event in Myrtle Beach at the Myrtle Beach Mall in July. Please be patient as we work out the details.

Covid-19 Statement

by Jaron Cole 0 Comments

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is a contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. By purchasing or otherwise accepting a ticket to this Event, you are acknowledging that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending the Event, you and any guests voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and agree not to hold event organizers, venue operators, managers and venue owners and their agents and their contractors, liable for any COVID-19 illness or injury in connection with you or your guest’s attendance at the event.

Schedule Change – Mustang Week | Wednesday, September 8, 2021

by Jaron Cole 0 Comments
Schedule Change – Mustang Week | Wednesday, September 8, 2021

We, the Mustang Week Staff, regret to inform you that, as of this date, there will be no official drifting demos and open autocross during the 2021 Mustang Week.  Through no fault of our own, we have been unable to procure a venue to use for this type of event.  As most know, we originally held this event at the historic Myrtle Beach Speedway.  As some have learned, the Myrtle Beach Speedway property was sold just before our planned 2020 event.  If 2020 had not been canceled by Covid, Mustang Week would have been the last official event to ever be held at Myrtle Beach Speedway.  It would have been historic and heartbreaking at the same time.  Once we heard the Speedway may be sold, we went into hyperdrive trying to find a suitable location for a driving event.  We had many discussions about properties that fit our need for location, size of the paved property, ease of entry/exit of spectators and participants, and safety.  We found such a location at the old parking area for the abandoned Freestyle Amusement Park, behind the old Waccamaw Pottery Outlets.  We had many conversations, including in-person meetings on-site, about holding our Wednesday event at this location.  Please understand that even though an event of this nature takes place on private property, county permits and oversight must be obtained and followed.  We were set to have an incredible day of autocross and drifting demos.  We were contacted the last week of May and told, by county officials, that the parking area behind the old Freestyle Park was being rezoned and would no longer be available for driving events.  We were then forced to postpone our driving event for 2021 and hold a more traditional gathering on Wednesday during Mustang Week.  We are continuing to look for a venue to hold future autocross and drifting demos and hope to bring those events back in 2022.  Thanks for everyone’s understanding.  We know these events are very special to many, and we wanted everyone to plan accordingly as we roll into September.  All signs point to attendance being the largest it has ever been for Mustang Week’s 20th Anniversary.  See you all in September!

2021 marks the 20th Anniversary of Mustang Week!

by Brad Worley 0 Comments

As we gear up for the 2021 event, we are excited, because it will be our 20th event in Myrtle Beach, SC. We have some exciting changes for the event.

Monday, we will be hosting our kickoff party at the Hardrock once again. The Tuesday Meet N Greet will be held in the Broadway at the Beach parking lot. Wednesday, we will be hosting an autocross & drift demos in the old Freestyle amusement park off 501. We are excited to see what we can do with so much room. From our years of going to the SEMA show, we are looking into something similar to the Ford Out Front setup. Thursday, we will be returning to Darlington for our Test N Tune drag event.
So many magazines have featured cars that came from Mustang Week and we are looking to celebrate that this year. If you have had your car featured in a magazine or advertisement while being at our event, we will have a special inside display for your car if you enter the show. The car show & Cruise-In will be held once again at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center. If you are looking to stay on-site, please stay at the Sheraton. You can visit our hotel section on our site for all our supporting properties.

2018 Mustang Week: This is Possibly The Best One Yet!

by crockwood

With no disrespect to other events, we’ll say that Mustang Week sets the bar. It’s the original Mustang destination event. More than a weekend drag race, more than a one day car show, and more than a weekend open-track event. It’s all those events and lasts a whole week.

Michael Johnson, the technical editor over at Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords put together a great write-up on the 2018 Mustang Week over on the MM&FF website. Jump over and give the article a read for an awesome summary of our 2018 event.

Read the Article

Check out CJ Pony Parts’ write up on Mustang Week

by crockwood

Mustang Week 2018 is geared to be one of the biggest Mustang Week events in history! Being one of the largest Mustang events in the country, many fans clear their calendar every year to make it out to this week-long series of events all geared around America’s favorite pony car – the Mustang. If you haven’t made the trek out to Myrtle Beach, SC for Mustang Week, then be sure to make arrangements for 2018 as this year will be bigger and better than ever!

Jump over to their site for more information:
https://www.cjponyparts.com/resources/news/mustang-week-2018

Registration for the Friday Car Show opens on May 12.

by crockwood

Registration will be opening May 12 for the 2018 Car Show. If you’re interested in showing your car this year at the Car Show (which is held on Friday of Mustang Week) then be sure to register early. Spots in the show typically sell out fast.

Registration is only necessary if you want to enter your car into consideration for judging. If you’re only interested in attending the show as a spectator, there is no need to register. All are welcome to come out and take a look at what this year’s participants bring out.