@ SUPER YACHT VILLAGE
In collaboration with
Friday, 27 October 2023
6pm to 10pm
Super Yacht Village
2150 SE 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316
Superyacht Village is an exclusive marina featuring some of the largest and most luxurious vessels in the world. Located at Pier Sixty-Six Hotel & Marina’s new “Pier South” property, adjacent to the southeast corner of the 17th Street Causeway bridge.
For 2023 The Concours venue will be
WHERE CARS & CULTURE INTERSECT.
The mission of the Concours is to not only reinvigorate the passion of established car collectors and enthusiasts, but to create a cosmopolitan and distinctive culture that attracts a new generation of enthusiasts.
Imagine enjoying an art gallery curated with rarely-seen classic and iconic cars, collector sneakers to match the cars, fine art, fashion and live music, while indulging in cocktails and canapés.
Enjoy the Boat Show by day, then step over to experience the confluence of automotive and marine enthusiasts in an ambiance of grandeur not previously presented.
Experience a sophisticated gallery of automobiles in the heart of the ‘Venice of America’ during sunset, creating a truly stunning visual and emotional experience.
The event is a VIP experience for all, ticket price includes:
Classic Automobiles: 30+ rarely-seen, iconic classic, vintage and exotic cars
Cocktails and Canapes: Open bar including specialty spirits and wine tastings
Sneaker Curation: A high-end collectible sneaker display that will match select cars on display
Fine Art: An art gallery featuring exceptional local artists
Fashion: Zaddy fashion by Hamilton Douglas Clothiers
Stunning Venue: overlooking the Intracoastal waterway and the super yacht marina
OUR CHARITY BENEFICIARY
The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) is an important part of the cultural landscape of South Florida and the Concours is honored to partner with this essential organization.
The mission of the Broward County Film Society (FLIFF’s parent company) is to bring people together year-round, using film to educate, relate, and empower. Their goal is to foster and celebrate visual storytellers, from South Florida and around the world, leveraging the power of the moving picture to inspire audiences and elevate communities.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Broward County Film Society relies on the generosity of donors, sponsors, and patrons to support much of our community programming. Please consider supporting FLIFF with a tax-deductible contribution when you purchase your tickets to the Concours.