It has been confirmed that this years London Concours will now take place on 19th-20th August. Originally scheduled for 10th-11th June, the events organisers have decided to postpone and move the date as a result of the current Covid19 crisis. Planning for the forerunner to the Concours of Elegance is already well advanced, with many of the 100 display vehicles confirmed to attend and commercial partnerships secured.
With the support of presenting partner, Montres Breguet, and the Honourable Artillery Company venue, the London Concours organisers hope that by moving the event back by two months, all the world-class content slated to appear in June can now come to London at a safer time.
Emmanuel Breguet, Vice President, Montres Breguet said: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with the London Concours despite these unprecedented times, and we believe postponing the event was a tough decision, but the best decision to make. Our support of this event highlights the great synergy between the House of Breguet and the London Concours through the beauty, engineering and craftsmanship of both the cars and timepieces on display. We are very much looking forward to welcoming guests to explore our brand later this summer.”
All existing ticket-buyers have been advised that they can simply use their original tickets to access the event in August. For ticket-buyers that are unable to make the new date, the London Concours is offering full refunds.
Enthusiasts can look forward to more than 100 rare cars on display within the confines of the most luxurious lawn in the square mile. All are privately owned and carefully curated into features and classes. The event’s flagship feature for 2020 will be a uniquely colourful collection of eight examples of one of the finest handling Ferraris ever: the Dino
As well as the automotive displays, visitors will be able to browse a number of other luxury attractions, including the world-class watches of Montres Breguet, fine displays of art and a number of top-end food and drink offerings, delivered by Searcys and Veuve Clicquot champagne.
Andrew Evans, London Concours Director, said: “Our organising team has worked incredibly hard for the past six months making sure London Concours 2020 would be the best running of the event yet. Amidst all the uncertainty of the last few weeks, we’re so pleased to have secured a new date for our event. It may be a little later than planned, but we’ll have all the same ingredients that have very quickly established London Concours as the capital’s ultimate automotive garden party.”
More details and tickets for London’s premier concours event can be found on the London Concours website.