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The fabulous London Concours returns for 2023 on 6-8 June, and for its seventh edition it will again take over the Honourable Artillery Company’s five-acre site in the heart of the British capital.
It once more promises three days of eclectic classic motoring showcases – and the good news is that Classic & Sports Car readers can enjoy it for less with our exclusive ticket offer.
We’re delighted to be able to give you 2-for-1 on London Concours 2023 tickets. Just use the code CSCLC when you buy your tickets here.
The London Concours line-up changes daily, meaning there’s plenty of variety to suit all tastes.
Already confirmed for the 2023 running is a huge, 50-strong celebration of the Porsche RS, bookended by the original 1972 2.7 RS homologation car and the latest 992 GT3 RS. Catch this display on day two.
This will form one of the 11 concours classes that will vie for glory across the three days.
Others include Supercars, which will be on show on the final day, plus 60 Years of Lamborghini, Built to Race for the Road, Evolution of Aero and a celebration of post-war coupés.
The new Wildcards class, meanwhile, should produce a diverse display of ‘the cars that were too good to turn down’.
Tickets to London Concours on 6-8 June 2023 can only be bought in advance and numbers will be limited. The event is open from 11am each day, closing at 8pm on Tuesday and Wednesday, and at 7:30pm on Thursday 8 June.
Prices for adults start at just £35, or £25 for students (with valid ID) and £20 for children (accompanied by an adult) – get the full price list here.
And when you book, don’t forget to use your exclusive C&SC code – enter CSCLC when you check out.
Images: Tim Scott/London Concours
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