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Las Vegas Concours d’Elegance 2021 will feature 100 of The Most Famous Collector Cars

The prestigious Las Vegas Concours d’Elegance has announced it will again bring more than 100 of the most famous magnificent collector cars to the entertainment capital of the world.

Now in its second year, the 2021 Las Vegas Concours d’Elegance, scheduled for October 21-24, also announced an exciting new venue and two days of pre-show Concours d’Avant advance celebrations and upscale special events.

This year’s Las Vegas Concours d’Elegance, presented by Towbin Motorcars of Las Vegas, also benefits Miracle Flights the Las Vegas-based nonprofit that provides free air transportation to children and adults who need help reaching specialized medical care far from home.

A 1935 Duesenberg JN Bojangles Sports Sedan from the collection of Rob Hilardes of Visalia, California, on display at the 2019 Las Vegas Concours d’Elegance. One of only three 1935 Duesenberg JN models produced, this car was originally owned by the famous dancer Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, who purchased it for roughly $17,000 in 1935.

The 2021 show has a new venue that blends 70-years of famed Concours elegance with one of today’s most up-to-the-minute sports facilities the Las Vegas Ballpark in Summerlin.

The recently completed $150 million stadium, owned by Howard Hughes Corporation, features a lush grass infield for spectator viewing and the league’s largest Daktronics LED video screen overhead with nearly 4,000 square feet of visual display (measuring 31 x 126 feet) for exciting close-up coverage of the world’s most beautiful classic cars drawn from exclusive private collections and famous automotive museums.

“In every respect, Concours d’Elegance is the cr me de la cr me of automobile shows. It transcends basic motoring history and instead, elevates truly outstanding and amazing vehicles to a captivating art form,” notes Sobek. “We have over 100 of the greatest collector cars from around the world many that have never been seen before in Las Vegas  and over 15 classes of cars ranging from 1903 to today’s latest showstoppers.” 

Tickets are available at, with general admission priced at $70 (June 15-July 31); $85 (August 1-September 14); and $100 (September 15-October 21). A limited supply of VIP tickets open to ages 21 and over are available for $200.

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