Photos courtesy of Concours in the Hills

Due to anticipated inclement weather conditions, the 10th annual Concours in the Hills, originally scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 3, has been rescheduled. This much-anticipated car show will now take place on Sunday, Feb. 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Fountain Park in Fountain Hills. Celebrating a decade of the “Greatest Car Show on Grass,” this event showcases a stunning collection of cars, motorcycles, and military vehicles, all in support of Phoenix Children’s.

The event, founded by Peter Volny, a former advertising professional and avid car collector, has become the Southwest’s premier auto show. Volny’s connection to Phoenix Children’s as a childhood cancer survivor adds a personal touch to the event, making it more than just a showcase of automotive elegance.

Since its inception in 2014, the Concours in the Hills has significantly grown. From its first gathering of 220 cars and 3,000 spectators, the 2023 event welcomed about 50,000 spectators, 1,200 vehicles, and over 100 vendor and sponsor booths. Peter Volny handed over the event’s management to Phoenix Children’s in 2022, with the PCH50 auxiliary group, led by Dr. Peter Birkland, now overseeing its organization.

The show features diverse sections for domestic and imported vehicles, race cars, limited-edition exotics, off-road vehicles, motorcycles, and a military attack helicopter display. Attracting major car clubs and dealers, the event displays vehicles collectively worth hundreds of millions of dollars, including individual cars valued at over $10 million.

Admission and parking remain free for spectators, with an exhibitor entry fee set as a donation — $55 for vehicles and $35 for motorcycles. The high demand for exhibitor spaces, which sold out in the past two years, underscores the event’s growing appeal.

Proceeds from the event benefit the Phoenix Children’s Foundation, a nonprofit organization supporting over 170 family-centered care programs at Phoenix Children’s, a leading pediatric health system in the nation.

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