Salon Privé returns to Blenheim Palace from Thursday 1st to Saturday 3rd September, with tickets now available to buy.
A not-to-miss event for fashion and automotive fans alike, the leading luxury super and classic car event builds on last year’s success of 11,000 visitors.
The only professionally-judged classic car event in the UK, Salon Privé basks in the splendour of the baroque Blenheim Palace and showcases the very best the automotive world has to offer. Guests will have access to the most exclusive modern and classic automobiles, as well as the very latest models presented by leading marques such as Abarth, Ferrari, Jaguar Land Rover, Koenigsegg, Lamborghini and Pagani to name but a few.
Able to test drive the cars and watch demonstrations, this is the only event where you can see it, drive it and buy it.
Starting the three day event with the famous Chubb Insurance Concours d’Élégance Judging Day, the crème de la crème of the historic and contemporary supercar world will be crowned, and the Pirelli Prestige & Performance Competition recognise outstanding achievements in the art of the automobile. Last year’s winners included the 1953 land speed record Jaguar XK120 ‘Jabbeke’ and the peerless 2014 Ferrari LaFerrari.
The Boodles Ladies’ Day on Friday 2nd September will be a glamorous affair as the ladies can enjoy some retail therapy at the stand-alone Luxury Shopping Village and EFG Art & Memorabilia Fair. The Friday will also see the Salon Privé Sale go ahead. On Saturday the top-speed Salon Privé Supercar Show finale will be taking place.
- Full Hospitality Ticket for each of the three days, which includes luncheon, complimentary bar, afternoon tea and access to all areas of Salon Privé, as well as Blenheim Palace, Park and Gardens
- Combined Ticket (Saturday only) that includes access to the Pirelli Prestige & Performance Competition, access to Salon Privé (after 14:30) complimentary bar, afternoon tea as well as access to Blenheim Palace Park and Gardens
- Pirelli Prestige & Performance Competition Ticket (Saturday only), which includes access to the competition as well as Blenheim Palace Park and Gardens