All parking lots are located within 2-3 city blocks of each venue. Secured parking through out the weekend will be provided by Olympia, Wayne State, DPD and Liberty Security Agency. All parking garages have handicap parking and all sidewalks are handicap accessible with no barriers.
Cars & Community: Comerica Park Lots 1 & 2
McLaren Parking Garage, 90 E Fisher Rd, Detroit MI 48226
Secured parking through out the weekend is provided by Olympia, Wayne State, Detroit Police Department and Liberty Security Group. Event security throughout the weekend will be provided by Detroit Police Department, Olympia and Liberty Security Group.
Everyone and all items are subject to security screening and/or bag check upon entry and at any time inside the venue. Small purses will be allowed on the show field, but backpacks and tote bags are strongly discouraged unless required for medical or family needs (i.e. diapers, bottles).
We do not allow animals on the show field, aside from service animals with certificate, for the safety of all guests and vehicles. Service animals must remain by the handler’s side at all times and must be harnessed, leashed, or tethered. Anyone bringing an animal will be responsible for and liable for any damage or injury caused by the animal.
You may not enter with weapons of any kind, including guns, knives, fireworks, or drones. Pop-up tents, umbrellas, and sport equipment like balls and frisbees are not permitted. There is no smoking or vaping on the show fields, and no alcoholic beverages may be brought in or out.
Host hotel: The Westin Book Cadillac
1114 Washington Blvd, Detroit MI 48226
Complimentary shuttle to all events provided for Westin guests
Downtown Detroit is bursting with fun opportunities for the whole family, so customize your Detroit Concours weekend. From more cars to sports to plenty of amazing food, there’s something to fill everyone’s tank.
North American International Detroit Auto Show returns to downtown Detroit
The city that put the world on wheels is putting the future on display with the first ever indoor/outdoor Detroit Auto Show. Explore nine days of new vehicle displays and exhibits at Huntington Place, Hart Plaza and throughout downtown Detroit, ride-and-drives both indoors and outdoors, air mobility demonstrations, family-fun experiences, musical entertainment, auto enthusiast car clubs, street food and much more. Public Shows: Saturday, Sept. 17: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. and Sunday, Sept. 18: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
TIME’s World’s Greatest Places 2022: 48 hours in Detroit
Detroit was recently named one of the world’s 50 greatest places in 2022, by TIME Magazine. Check out what makes this city so special, from a range of new restaurant and hotel openings, an expansion of the iconic Motown Museum, and construction of the first electric vehicle charging road in the country.
In 1946, Detroit-Style Pizza was born at Buddy’s Rendezvous Pizzeria. What makes a pizza Detroit-Style? The same things that made Detroit – a little bit of ingenuity, some stubborn spirit and a whole lot of heart. Madison Building, 1565 Broadway St, Detroit, MI 48226
"You cannot frequent both American Coney Island AND Lafayette Coney Island. After trying both, you must pledge your allegiance to one or the other." - Detroit Metro Times. 114 and 118 W Lafayette Blvd, Detroit, MI 48226
Features a menu created by famed six-time World Pizza Games champion, Bruno DiFabio, with authentic New York pizza and a selection of starters, salads, classic features, and old-school New York favorites alongside a full beer, wine, and cocktail offering. 1230 Library St, Detroit, MI 48226
The Apparatus Room bridges the old and the new, offering iconic New American cuisine rooted in Midwestern ingredients, as well as thoughtful cocktails crafted by accomplished mixologists. 250 W Larned Street, Detroit, Michigan 48226
I have a Hagerty Driver's Club Membership. Do I get any perks?
Yes! HDC Members are exclusively invited to save 20% off all tickets to the Detroit Concours events. Not a member yet? In addition to ticket savings, Drivers Club members enjoy exclusive offers, members-only experiences, premium roadside assistance and original content that includes six issues of Hagerty Drivers Club magazine.
Re-entry is permitted to both Cars & Community and Concours d'Elegance with the corresponding event wrist-band and/or credential, given at the time of entry to the event. Wristband is void if tampered with or damaged.
Can I buy tickets at the event?
You will be able to purchase tickets at the main entrance to both Cars & Community and the Concours d'Elegance events, during the hours of the event. Credit cards preferred on-site. We strongly encourage purchasing tickets online for fastest entry to the event. Tickets purchased online do not need to be printed and can be scanned directly from your phone.
What is the refund policy?
The Detroit Concours events will be held rain or shine; all tickets sales are final. Hagerty reserves the right to cancel due to adverse weather conditions or emergency. In the case of the event’s cancellation, refunds will be issued in full.
Is the parking secure?
Secured parking through out the weekend is provided by Olympia, Wayne State, DPD and Liberty Security Group. All parking lots are walkable and within 2-3 city blocks of each venue. Sunday's Concours d'Elegance ticket includes complimentary, convenient and highly secure parking at Wayne State University, located across the street from the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Are the grounds big enough to handle the same number of cars as at the previous location?
This year, we are thrilled to host 120 exceptional vehicles from award-winning collectors on our Sunday Concours d’Elegance show field.
Will you still host a Cars & Caffeine this year?
The event formerly known as the Cars & Caffeine has been reimagined and is now our Saturday Cars & Community event. We have elevated the experience with something for everyone, including free Hagerty Ride & Drives and a Kids Zone packed with automotive activities.
Can I bring my pet?
Pets are not allowed, for the safety of all attendees and vehicles. Service animals, with current registration, must remain by the handler’s side at all times. Anyone bringing a service animal will be responsible for and liable for any damage or injury caused by the animal.