THIS year’s Concours of Elegance will be held in the Grand Fountain Gardens at Hampton Court Palace from September 5 to 7 — a chance to see 60 of the rarest cars from around the world as well as 700 other desirable motor cars.
Since the first Concours of Elegance in 2012, held in the private grounds of Windsor Castle to mark the Queen’s diamond jubilee, the award-winning show has set a new global benchmark for a classic car concours event.
The second event was held at the Royal Palace of St James, London last year, and this year, the Concours once again retains its royal palace connections, moving to the spectacular surroundings of Hampton Court near London. Sixty of the highest calibre rare and significant cars have been painstakingly selected and invited from a wide variety of leading car clubs, as well as the very latest bespoke sports cars and luxury models from a number of prestigious car manufacturers, creating the ultimate motoring summer garden party in a historic and uniquely British setting.
Adult entry tickets are now available to purchase, strictly in advance only, from £25 per person per day, including entry into Hampton Court and its extensive grounds.