Hot Bay City Nights 2013 Press Release

This week Marianne McCann has released an new press release for the upcoming Hot Bay City Nights for 2013. The main focus of the event is to showcase Second Life vintage automakers from 1940-1965. This will be the 2nd annual Hot Bay City Nights event in Second Life after a very successful event last year. I’m sure its going to be great fun and hopefully it will attract many new visitors to Bay City over the course of the event.

Hot Bay City Nights 2013

  • 24th-31st August 2013
  • Bay City Fairgrounds region
  • Showcasing the best vintage and retro vehicles 
  • IM Marianne McCann for more information

Hot Bay City Nights 2013 poster 

Hot Bay City Nights 2013

Full press release can be viewed below: 


Marianne McCann
Bay City Alliance


Event focuses on top Second Life™ vintage automakers.

BAY CITY, SL (7th August, 2013) – Celebrating Bay City’s mid-century theme as well as its large network of roads, “Hot Bay City Nights” will showcase vehicle makers who create automobiles from the Bay City “era,” stretching from 1940 to 1965. This will be the second year for Hot Bay City Nights, which quickly became one of the City’s favorite events on its initial outing last August

Established vintage automobile designers will be found in the Bay City Fairgrounds, in the North Channel region, from August 24-31 to present the best in vintage and retro vehicles for all Second Life™ avatars.

Additional events will provide plenty for all to do, including the crowning of 2013’s Miss Bay City and a charity car wash. The event will raise funds for Child’s Play, a charity that provides toys and games for children in hospitals around the world.

Bay City is a mainland community, developed by Linden Lab™ and home to the Bay City Alliance. The Bay City Alliance was founded in 2008 to promote the Bay City regions of Second Life™ and provide a venue for Bay City Residents and other interested parties to socialize and network. It is now the largest Bay city group, and home to most Residents of Bay City.

For more information, contact: Marianne McCann