National Corvette Day

National Corvette Day is a holiday observed annually on June 30th. It’s a day for people who are fond of this brand of car to celebrate it, learn more about its history, and share their love with friends and family members. In other words, this day is a celebration for all Corvette enthusiasts and/or fans of American muscle or sports cars.

Every year when this holiday shows up on the calendar, people from all over the world gather together to pay homage to this iconic sports car heritage and its place in American automotive history. So, let’s start our engines and put the pedal to the metal because we’re going to zoom right into this holiday right now.

The History Of National Corvette Day

In 1953, Chevrolet introduced the Corvette to the American public. It was conceived as a “real” American sports car and its iconic stylish body held true to that promise. While the design of this car would change over the years, it seemed that the body style and features of this car just continued to get better.

Thanks to this innovation, the Corvette has become one of the most recognizable American cars in the world. And as such, has attracted quite a large number of fans. It wasn’t long after the Corvette was debuted to the public that National Corvette Day was introduced.

The first one was introduced by Corvette fans in 1954 who wanted to have an excuse for showing off their new cars. But then this holiday’s popularity began to wane. It wouldn’t be until 2008 that the holiday was revived.

This is when the United States House of Representatives announced that the 30th of June of each year would be celebrated as National Corvette Day.

Observing National Corvette Day

Obviously, this is a holiday that Corvette lovers can use to show off their cars, to see the cars of other Corvette enthusiasts, or simply to take the time to discuss Corvettes either online or offline.

People can also visit exhibits and car museums on this day, or simply spend some time with their Corvette. No matter how a person celebrates this day, however, they should take the time to spread the word about it online using the hashtag #NationalCorvetteDay.

When is it?
This year (2023)
June 30 Friday
Next year (2024)
June 30 Sunday
Last year (2022)
June 30 Thursday
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