The bulls of Sant'Agata charge Little Italy

Apr 02, 2024 900

BY: Nick Angulo

In 1963 when the Lamborghini factory opened its doors in Sant'Agata Bolognese, its founder Ferruccio Lamborghini, had serious intentions of a powerful symbol to be chosen for the new creation, a bull, in honor of his zodiac sign, Toro.

Rev up your engines as the Little Italy Association and O'Gara San Diego proudly presents the annual Bulls of Sant'Agata Charge Little Italy Sunday, April 14th. Over 20 new, classic, and rare “Italian bulls,” better known as Lamborghinis, will fill India Street between W. Fir and W. Grape Streets from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm for an evening with souped up rides and musical entertainment for the whole family to enjoy.  

Don’t miss your opportunity to snap some photos of the most mesmerizing cars on the planet and make unforgettable memories, all while enjoying magnificent music and roaming through one of San Diego’s most picturesque and walkable neighborhoods.

SOURCE: Little Italy Association of San Diego

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