Jeff Chattin and his 1911 Thomas Flyer

Sunday tickets now available for the Atlanta Concours d’Elegance at Chateau Elan

Due to overwhelming demand, this weekend’s Atlanta Concours d’Elegance is now offering Sunday-only tickets. 

The two-day event will feature about 160 cars built, generally speaking, between 1900 and 1968. 

The majority will date back to before World War II and all of them will look as good as, if not better than, the day they were built. 

Special attractions will include four different cars from Duesenberg (an Indiana manufacturer of race cars and luxury vehicles that operated between 1913 and 1937); two “older Bugattis”; and 30 different “brass cars.” The latter is used to refer to cars made roughly between 1896 and 1915, the early years of American automotive manufacturing.

The cars come from all over the country.

The Atlanta Concours d’ Elegance event is held on the Chateau Elan golf courses. For those interested in the convenience of staying on-site, Chateau Elan is offering two exclusive overnight packages for the weekend. The regular overnight package, starting at $285 per night, includes two general admission tickets and overnight accommodations. The VIP ATL Concours package, starting at $999 per night, includes two VIP weekend passes to Atlanta Concours d’ Elegance, breakfast for two at Versailles each morning, dinner for two at Versailles one evening and a commemorative private label of Chateau Elan Reserve wine.

The 2018 Atlanta Concours d’Elegance

Sept. 29-30: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm at Chateau Elan Winery & Resort, 100 Rue Charlemagne Dr, Braselton, GA 30517, United States

Price: Full-weekend admission starts at $65 (One price for both days); Sunday only, $40. 

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit

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