In some places, organizers are finding creative new ways to host these “contests of elegance” like the Rodeo Drive version, which took place as a rally on Father’s Day. Others are coming back full force as outdoor-only events with enthusiasts joyfully seeing the vehicles they love in person once more.
Coming up this fall are some of the biggest car shows alongside smaller local events. One example is the Hillsborough Concours d’Elegance in Burlingame, California starts this Friday and runs through the weekend. Founded in 1956, the Hillsborough Concours claims the title of “longest continually running Concours in the world.” Cars on display will include a rare 1967 Ford GT40 MkIV, 1915 Model T Speedster, 1964 Shelby USRRC 289 Cobra, 1965 Shelby 427 Competition Cobra, and nearly 200 more.
Pebble Beach, which calls itself the most prestigious car show, will begin on August 1. And in Hilton Head, South Carolina, the event is described as “a unique Lowcountry motoring experience.” Luckily, the Hilton Head event is in November, when Mother Nature turns down the heat and humidity a notch.
Aside from the valuable cars themselves, these are big-money affairs. Even though the 2020 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance was canceled, fundraising continued and $1 million dollars was distributed to local charities. Tickets to get into the Pebble Beach event start at $400 and all of the VIP packages are already sold out. In contrast, the South Bend event was $15 per ticket for adults, and kids under 12 can enter for free. Between the two, the Hillsborough event costs $125 per ticket.
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