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Preview our 2017 Cincinnati Concours d’Elegance
Weekend of Events


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We are pleased to present the 2017 Weekend of Events, June 9 - 11. Our Featured Theme for the 40th annual Cincinnati Concours d’Elegance is “The Best of 40 Years of Automotive Excellence,” as well as special displays that will include Camaro & Firebird – 50 Years, Custom Tuners, and Factory-backed Tuners. A special Discount Weekend Package is offered, which includes tickets to the most-popular events.


Friday, June 9, 2017
“Neon and Nostalgia” – Light ‘em up at the American Sign Museum – 7:00 - 11:00 p.m.
CThe 40th Cincinnati Concours weekend kicks off with a strolling drink and dine at the American Sign Museum in Camp Washington. Experience an evening of nostalgia amidst a myriad of famous neon signs that shaped America’s culture and commerce, including the automotive industry. Gourmet food stations, full service bars and entertainment complete this memorable evening. Casual attire. Valet parking.
$145 per person




Saturday, June 10, 2017
Open House at Metalkraft Coachwerkes – 8:30 - 10:30 a.m.. Stop by for coffee and great car conversation at the new location for Mark Schlacter’s custom coach building and metal work shop, specializing in Porsche and European autos. See their latest projects and learn more about their outstanding craftsman skills developed over the past 20 years. Open to all. Now located at 4003 Plainville Road, Cincinnati. No ticket required.
 

 



Saturday, June 10, 2017
Countryside Tour – Departing at 12:00 p.m from the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting, 8070 Tylersville Road, West Chester, Ohio. Join us for a scenic driving tour traveling northward from the greater Cincinnati area to America's Packard Museum in downtown Dayton, Ohio. The only restored Packard Dealership operating as a full-time museum, it houses the largest collection of Packard automobiles and memorabilia in the world. This exhibition is guaranteed to be a great stop on your motoring journey. Lunch provided.
$30 per person


 

 

Saturday, June 10, 2017
Hangar Party - 5:00 till 9:00 p.m. Executive Jet Management at Lunken Airport hosts this ever popular gathering featuring cocktails, cars and planes. Enjoy dinner by the bite and a selection of beers, wines and specialty drinks in this great party setting. A silent and super-silent auction will keep you bidding throughout the evening. Casual attire.
$100 per person




 

 

Sunday, June 11, 2017 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Cincinnati Concours d’Elegance
Featuring a display of 200 premier collector vehicles in the famous Ault Park gardens. Also happening in the park during the car show:

A relaxing Brunch at the Pavilion from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Advance ticket purchase required $50 per person

Will Sherman Automotive Art Show in the historic Ault Park Pavilion, highlighting many nationally recognized automotive artists.

Craft Beer Garden, adjacent to the Pavilion, offering samples of local craft beers. Separate admission required ($15), available only at the gate.

Drive through Awards Ceremony featuring all class and specialty awards winners beginning at 2:00 p.m. The winning ticket for The Ultimate Pebble Beach Motorsports Week Raffle will be drawn at the start of the ceremony.

Free remote parking with shuttle service to the park from Fifth Third Bank – The George A. Schaefer Jr. Operations Center at Duck Creek Road and Eastwood Drive near I-71 Exit 9. Shuttle service for spectators runs 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Advance purchase - $20 Adult or 4/$75; Day of Show - $25 Adult, $15 Student w/school ID, kids 12 & under free - Click here for tickets to all events

Hagerty Youth Judging Program
Hagerty and the Concours have formed a multiyear “Partnership for Youth”, with the goal of involving more young people in the automotive hobby. This event marks the sixth year of our Youth Judging Program. Hagerty provides the official judging gear including T-shirts, hats and scorecards and helps teach our young judges about the cars and evaluation criteria.

A small group of cars are pre-selected to be scored by the group, who also present awards to their top three vehicles. Participants have the opportunity to interact with car owners, carefully inspect each car and make the determination of their favorites. The program continues to grow in popularity, with many children requesting to return as a judge at this year’s show.

Contact the Concours Foundation office at 513-321-1951 for more information and to enroll your child.