BEVERLY HILLS—The 22nd annual Concours d’Elegance Car Show on Rodeo Drive will take place on Father’s Day, June 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The event is free and open to the public.
This year’s theme is “Highways to Heaven” in honor of Route 66, Autobahn and Autostrade, the Italian national motorways system. The event will feature rare automobiles, an award presentation, sponsor booths as well as food trucks.
“The Rodeo Drive Concours is a favorite Father’s Day tradition in Beverly Hills,” said Mayor Julian Gold. “It’s a day-long celebration of the finest automobiles in the world and a wonderful way for the entire family to celebrate their fathers in classic Beverly Hills style.”
The car show is the largest public event held annually in Beverly Hills and was named as “one of the 300 unmissable events in the world” by Frommer’s Travel Guide.
Alfa Romeo, an Italian car manufacturer, will serve as the “Honored Marque” of the event and showcase the 4C Coupe and the open-air 4C Spider.
The city expects to draw more than 20,000 people to the show over the course of the day.
“It’s one of those special events that appeals to everyone,” said Rodeo Drive Concours Committee Chairman Bruce Meyer. “The combination of fashion, architecture, great cars and the best people watching makes it a unique tradition every Father’s Day.”