It's free to spectators, based in the most famous shopping area in Los Angeles, and this year is its 25th anniversary – so expect even more spectacular classics and supercars
The hugely popular Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance will return to Beverly Hills, LA for Father's Day, on Sunday, June 17 – the 25th year of this Father's Day tradition.
The event is free for spectators and attracts more than 30,000 guests to see some of the best cars that the West Coast has to offer – all within the surroundings of Rodeo Drive's famously upmarket restaurants and designer stores.
For the show’s 25th anniversary, there will be a special class of silver cars. Early entries in this class include the rare 1953 Fiat 8V Supersonic by Ghia from the Sydorick collection, a 1994 Bugatti EB110 SS from the Mullin Automotive Museum and acclaimed director John Frankenheimer’s 1963 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III from the Petersen Automotive Museum.
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'This year’s event will feature an unprecedented line-up of classic, exotic, luxury and supercars,' said Bruce Meyer, chairman of the Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance. 'As interest has grown over the last quarter-century, owners of world-class classic and sports cars have specifically chosen our Concours to display their prized vehicles.
'Our Father’s Day show will reflect the diverse interests of the thousands of families in attendance, displaying only the best from each class.'
The event started out at Beverly Hills High School. With its move to nearby Rodeo Drive, the most famous shopping street in Los Angeles, the concours has become one of the most eagerly anticipated automotive events in the car-mad city.
'The Rodeo Drive Concours is a tradition that brings us all together to spend time with our loved ones, meet celebrities of the automotive world and, of course, admire the most amazing cars, right here in Beverly Hills,' said Beverly Hills Mayor Julian Gold.
'I am delighted to be part of the 25th anniversary of the Concours, and I am honored to share it not only with my neighbors, but with the rest of Los Angeles and car lovers from around the world.'
Registration for show vehicles is open now, click here to apply.
Visitors will have an opportunity to view and photograph the ultra-rare classic cars and supercars, shop at the luxury boutiques and enjoy the fine cuisine. The event will also host the Beverly Hills Police Foundation, a non-profit charity raising funds for officers and their families. Parking for the event is available at local parking garages and entry to the event is free.