Homestead FestSept. 12, 2018 Car show, music and more [BCR photo/Dave Cook]While American autos may have dominated Sunday's Homestead Festival Car Show, the beauty and elegance of this classic, 12-cylinder Jaguar coupe from the 1950s drew many spectators in for a closer look. [BCR photo/Dave Cook]This 1957 Chevy gasser was one of the many high-powered rides rumbling down South Main Street Sunday. The perfect weather provided a great setting for this year's car show, and cars, trucks and motorcycles from just about every automotive era were lined along both sides of the street. [BCR photo/Dave Cook]A musician performs during the Chicago Rhythm and Blues Kings concert, which was moved from Alexander Park to inside the Shoemake Event Center at the Bureau County Metro Center because of the threat of rain. [BCR photo/Dave Cook]The annual helicopter rides taking off from Sullivan's Foods were as popular as ever, and there was a line of excited riders waiting for their turn. Passengers were taken on an aerial tour of the Princeton area, and the thumping sound of the blades could be heard by all throughout the day. [BCR photo/Dave Cook]Postal employee Shawna Nordstrom displays this year's commemorative Homestead Festival stamp cancellation that was sought by local philatelists during Saturday's events.