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Koolest Cruise ever in Redding for 30th annual event

Kool April Nites is a Redding tradition. Action News Now reporter Spencer Joseph and anchor Lauren Martinez take us for a spin in a classic car

Posted: Apr 27, 2019 3:25 PM
Updated: Apr 27, 2019 3:38 PM

REDDING, Calif. - Action News Now reporter Spencer Joseph and anchor Lauren Martinez were out Friday night in Redding, covering the big cruise on Hilltop. It's the crowning event for the annual Kool April Nites event.

Thousands of people turned out for the 30th annual event. 

There are events all week leading up to the big cruise on Friday night.

With all these cars shining and cruising -  who wouldn’t want to go for a spin?

Joseph and Martinez said they got the opportunity of a lifetime to cruise along with the coolest cars on the streets of Redding.

Watch the video attached to this article to see some highlights of the 2019 cruise.

CLICK THIS LINK to watch stories about some of the classic cars featured during Kool April Nites 2019.

CLICK THIS LINK to see the Kool April Nites weekend schedule.

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