Exotic Cars, Motorcycles & ‘Copters Converge at 7th Annual Concours in the Hills
By Christina Caldwell -
Wednesday Feb 05, 2020
Collector car, motorcycle and military enthusiasts: get revved up for the 7th annual Concours in the Hills on Saturday, Feb. 8 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Fountain Park in Fountain Hills. The free, family-friendly event promises new, exciting elements this year at the high-velocity event with a low-key, beautiful outdoor backdrop that includes food and live music, all benefitting world-class care at Phoenix Children's Hospital.
Concours in the Hills creator, Peter Volny, built a thriving advertising empire around promoting the automobile industry. Migrating to Arizona, a “mecca” for car collectors, he turned his passion for speed and exotic cars into an anticipated event that draws car enthusiasts from across the Southwest. A childhood cancer survivor, Volny donates all proceeds from showing fees to Phoenix Children's Hospital.
To date Concours in the Hills has raised $275,300 for the Hospital’s Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders.
Cars, Volny says, are like pieces of art you can drive and enjoy. But The show’s high voltage energy doesn’t just come from cars. Military choppers and aircraft are also featured during the show.
Event admission and parking is FREE to spectators. The exhibitor entry fee is a minimum $60 donation for vehicles, $30 for motorcycles. Additional donations are encouraged.