Tickets On Sale For 2022 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival Oct. 14-16

Wednesday, June 29, 2022
The Best in Show at the 2021 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival's Concours d'Elegance was the 1967 Ferrari 275GTB/4 N.A.R.T. Spider from Rare Wheels Collection
The Best in Show at the 2021 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival's Concours d'Elegance was the 1967 Ferrari 275GTB/4 N.A.R.T. Spider from Rare Wheels Collection
- photo by Chattanooga Motorcar Festival

Tickets to the 2022 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival on Oct. 14-16 are on sale at here. Registration is also open for the Concours d’Elegance at here and the Pace Grand Prix at the Bend here

Registration is also open for the Canossa Fall Rally Chattanooga – which runs on Thursday and Friday, and includes a welcome dinner on Wednesday – here.

The Chattanooga Motorcar Festival is back for its third annual event with even more fun events for car connoisseurs and families to enjoy.

Event tickets allow access to all the Festival events, including the Concours d’Elegance and the awards ceremony on Sunday, the Mecum Auctions on Friday and Saturday at the Convention Center, racing at the Pace Grand Prix at the Bend and other events in West Village and nearby locations.

Festival Ticket prices are:
One-day: $79
Three-day: $119 (Friday/Saturday/Sunday)

Children under the age of 12 are allowed entry free of charge, if accompanied by a ticket-holding adult.

A full weekend of events also includes:
Car club gatherings;
Panel discussions and other entertainment on the Main Stage throughout the weekend;
Saturday night Street Festival, including dueling pianos, food and drink;
Displays of historic Ferraris and other marques;
Art Show by Gallery 1401; and
Family-friendly activities for all.

Festival tickets will be digital and are available online or purchased at the entry gates the days of the events in West Village, at the Pace Grand Prix at the Bend and at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

The transaction at the gate will be cashless. 

VIP ticket packages will be announced at a later date. Additional information, including a schedule of all events and activities, may be found at www.chattanoogamotorcar.com

Registration for events:

Registration is open for the three featured events scheduled for the 2022 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival.

The Canossa Fall Rally Chattanooga will be conducted on Thursday, Oct.13, and Friday, Oct. 14, and will start both days at 8:30 a.m. from the Westin Hotel Chattanooga. Registration is open at https://canossa.com/rally/canossa-fall-rally-chattanooga/.

The Concours d'Elegance is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 16. Concours cars will be available for viewing on the streets of the West Village from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Sunday. Applications to enter cars are available at https://chattanoogamotorcar.com/concours-delegance/.

Applications to enter the racing events at the Pace Grand Prix at the Bend, which begin on Thursday, Oct. 13, for practice sessions, and continue on Friday, Oct. 14, and Saturday, Oct. 15, for qualifying and racing events, are available at https://svra.com/events/chattanooga-motorcar-festival/

Details on each event may be found at www.chattanoogamotorcar.com

“We expect an outstanding gathering of significant cars at each of this year’s events. We’re encouraging car owners to send in their applications soon,” said Ken Gross, Concours director.



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