OBLIVION V: A Very Nice Day for a White Wedding

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Photos Huw Evans

1980s and 1990s car and cultural experience pulled out all the stops.

On Sunday, August 13, the St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre and Banquet Hall at 1280 Dundas Street West in Oakville, Ont., was transformed into a 1980s/1990s cultural extravaganza. OBLIVION V saw more than 200 period cars and trucks descend upon the grounds, while visitors also got to experience vintage arcade machines, computer games, memorabilia, as well as cool 1980s and 1990s music. Attendees were encouraged to don their favourite 1980s/1990s era clothing for the occasion and topping it off was a “Nice Day for a White Wedding” theme, complete with vintage limousines, bride, groom, and bouquet toss.

Each year, a portion of the OBLIVION event proceeds are donated to charity and this time out, the recipient was the St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre, which helps Ukrainian refugees settle into a new life here in Canada, as well as other community support initiatives.

Autosphere attended OBLIVION V and brings you a selection of images from this awesome and radical, 1980s and 1990s immersive experience.


Categories : Collision, Editorial
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