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Tickets go on sale for ‘Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week 2024’


Tickets go on sale for ‘Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week 2024’

Audrain Newport Concours d’Elegance Vehicle Applications also opens online

The prestigious Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week is set to return from October 3 to October 6, 2024.

Automotive enthusiasts from around the world will gather in the picturesque city of Newport for a four-day celebration of automotive excellence, luxury, and sport.

Nic Waller, Executive Director of the Audrain Newport Concours d’Elegance:

“The Audrain Newport Concours d’Elegance has been recognized as one of the top concours events in the USA. In 2024, our fifth concours will again be held at The Breakers mansion in Newport, and we are looking forward to welcoming new collectors as well as returning friends from around the world. I cannot wait to see what amazing cars people will be entering for selection. One thing is certain though – it will be another spectacular show that I am sure people will want to be a part of,”

The Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week is one of the most highly anticipated events on the concours calendar bringing together automotive enthusiasts and collectors from around the world for a four-day celebration of automotive excellence, luxury, and sport. Organized by the renowned Audrain Automobile Museum, the Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week showcases a stunning collection of collector and vintage cars, making it a must-attend event in the collector car world.

During the four-day event, Newport becomes the focal point of the collector and vintage car world. Enthusiasts from all walks of life will gather in this picturesque city by the sea to admire and showcase some of the most exquisite automobiles ever built. From rare classics to modern luxury cars, participants and visitors will have the opportunity to experience automotive excellence up close.

The Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week is much more than just a car show. It is a unique opportunity to witness automotive history in motion. The event features a wide range of activities, including a Tour d’Elegance, seminars with notable automotive personalities, exclusive social events, an auction curated by the world-renowned auction house Bonhams and the crown jewel event the Audrain Newport Concours d’Elegance. Attendees can engage with industry experts, collectors, and fellow enthusiasts, creating an environment of learning and camaraderie.

At the heart of the Audrain Newport Concours Motor Week is the Audrain Automobile Museum. This world-class museum is home to an extraordinary collection of automobiles that span over a century of automotive design and innovation. From classic cars to modern supercars, the museum offers a captivating glimpse into the evolution of the automobile.

Audrain CEO Donald Osborne:

“We are thrilled to open the applications for next year’s Audrain Newport Concours d’Elegance. Our event is a true celebration of automotive excellence and a testament to the passion and dedication of collectors and enthusiasts worldwide. We look forward to once again welcoming visitors from around the world to Newport, where they can experience the beauty, history, and excitement that is an integral component of the Audrain Newport Concours & Motor Week.”

Ticket sales for the 2024 Audrain Concours and Motor Week are now open. With limited availability, attendees are encouraged to secure their tickets early to avoid disappointment. Additional information, including ticket pricing and a detailed schedule, can be found on the event’s official website.

Aficionados who wish to compete in the Concours d’Elegance on the beautiful lawn of The Breakers Mansion on Sunday, October 6 can submit their vehicle application online.

2024 Audrain Newport Concours d’Elegance Classes

Contemporary Coachbuilders

Vignale Ferrari

British GT Cars

Petite Sportive – French sports cars

Trans-Atlantic Marvels

Extravagant Coachwork

30 Under 30

Veteran Cars Pre-1918

European Pre-war

European Post-war

American Pre-war

American Post-war

Competition Motorcycles

Street Motorcycles

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