The event features four floors of exhibits and entertainment that participants may enjoy from the comfort of their cars. These include a Broadway singer, student artwork, metal sculptures, thousands of bubbles, model trains, musicians, digital art and a night laser and light show on the rooftop. A portion of the proceeds will be given to sponsors of the event, which include the Schultz-Hill Foundation.
“During the pandemic, it has been difficult to keep the arts alive,” said Gary Hill, Founder, Schultz-Hill Foundation. “We are so pleased to be able to join in this community effort that showcases the arts in Atlantic City. We hope that everyone will have a chance to stop by and support the arts.”
The event is open both day and night. Tickets available at www.cruisethruevents.com/tickets. To support the Schultz-Hill Foundation, use ticket code CRUISEARTS27 and the Foundation will receive a portion of the proceeds.
Based in Atlantic City, the Schultz-Hill Foundation is a nonprofit, private foundation that promotes and supports Education, History and The ARTS in South Jersey. For more information, visit www.schultz-hill.org
The Schultz-Hill Foundation does not discriminate in any way on the basis of race, color, creed, gender or sexual preference, nationality, ancestry, or national and ethnic origin.