Niagara-on-the-Lake's Queen Street will be partially closed on Queen Street to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of British supercar brand, McLaren.
The milestone 60th anniversary is being celebrated in partnership with 124 on Queen Hotel & Spa.
On Saturday, June 3 from 4 to 6 p.m. McLaren Automotive, known for its six-figure sports cars and iconic Formula 1 team, will take over a stretch of Queen Street in front of 124 on Queen Hotel & Spa. The road will be closed from Victoria to Gate Street to showcase a fleet of McLaren’s high-performance supercars as part of a year-long, global celebration. This is the only event of its kind to be celebrated in Canada. The fleet will drive into position, led by Lord Mayor Gary Zalepa.
“The town of Niagara-on-the-Lake has deep ties to its British heritage,” says Alana Hurov, marketing director, 124 on Queen Hotel & Spa. “That’s why we’re excited to partner with this iconic British brand to help celebrate a remarkable history with a special community event for everyone to enjoy.”
In the business of building high-performance road cars McLaren was founded in 1963 and based in Woking, England. The company quickly made a name for itself creating stunning, high performing supercars for the track, all boasting extreme power and the latest technologies.
Fans and car enthusiasts alike will be treated to a one-of-a-kind supercar display, street entertainment, live music by Undercover Duo, local vendors, artists, charitable tie-ins and more. Guests can also visit the hotel’s new NOTL Lounge to enjoy themed cocktails like the McLaren High Octane.