Tickets Now on Sale for 2023 Motorcar Festival

Jun 22, 2023

Tickets to the 2023 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, Sponsored by Millennium Bank. Oct. 13-15, Now on Sale

Registration also open for Concours d’Elegance, Canossa Fall Rally Chattanooga, Car Clubs, and Targa Sixty Six at the Pace Grand Prix at the Bend

Tickets to the 2023 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, Sponsored by Millennium Bank, on October 13-15, 2023, are now on sale, and registration for all events is open to all entrants.

The Chattanooga Motorcar Festival is back for its fourth annual event in the Scenic City with even more fun events for car connoisseurs and families to enjoy.

Events during the Festival include fun for children and adults, such as games, simulators, automobilia, car club gatherings, specialty displays, celebrity guests, and a concert by The B-52s.

This year, the Festival welcomes Luftgekühlt’s celebration of Brian Redman; the J. Willard Marriott Club featuring curated Ferraris; a special NASCAR exhibition hosted by Ray Evernham; and a Saturday evening fundraiser in the streets of the West Village – “Unlock My Brain.”

Chattanooga is known for its interactive attractions that include the Creative Discovery Museum, High Point Climbing, an IMAX movie theater, a variety of shopping options, and the award-winning Tennessee Aquarium. All activities are walkable from the main event and the host hotel, The Westin, making it perfect for families of every age to enjoy.

Event tickets may be purchased at

Event tickets allow access to all the Festival events, including the Concours d’Elegance and the awards ceremony on Sunday, the Mecum Auctions on Friday and Saturday at the Convention Center, high-speed race-car exhibition runs at the Pace Grand Prix at The Bend, and other events in West Village and nearby locations.

Festival Ticket prices are:

·        Three-Day Festival Ticket – $120.00
·        Friday All-Day Festival Ticket – $89.00
·        Friday Festival Day Ticket – $44.00
·        Saturday Festival Ticket – $65.00
·        Sunday Festival Ticket – $65.00

Children under the age of 12 are allowed entry free of charge, if accompanied by a ticket-holding adult.

First in class at the 2022 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival Concours d’Elegance in the Ferrari Grand Touring class: John Gerhard’s 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB. (Chattanooga Motorcar Festival image.)

A full weekend of events includes:

·        Targa Sixty Six high-speed race-car exhibition runs at the Pace Grand Prix at The Bend
·        Canossa Fall Rally Chattanooga
·        Mecum Auctions
·        Concours d’Elegance
·        Luftgekühlt’s celebration of Brian Redman
·        Car Club gatherings
·        Saturday evening fundraiser, “Unlock My Brain” (separate/additional ticket required)
·        Friday night concert with The B52s
·        Torque Show with Justin Bell and Tommy Kendall
·        Panel discussions and other entertainment on the Main Stage throughout the weekend
·        J. Willard Marriott Club display of historic Ferraris
·        Gathering of the Greats – Porsche Edition
·        Family-friendly activities for all

Registration is open for these 2023 Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, Sponsored by Millennium Bank, events:

·        Official Chattanooga Motorcar Festival Website:
·        Event Tickets:
·        Targa Sixty Six at the Pace Grand Prix at The Bend Registration:
·        Car Clubs Application/Registration:
·        Concours d’Elegance Application/Registration:
·        Canossa Fall Rally Chattanooga Registration:

Tickets to Mecum Chattanooga 2023 at the Convention Center on October 13-14 may also be purchased at

Event media credentials may be requested at

Details on each event may be found at

A gallery of images for the 2022 Festival, for editorial use only, may be found at Please credit Chattanooga Motorcar Festival.

About Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, Sponsored by Millennium Bank:

Proceeds from the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival, Sponsored by Millennium Bank, support neuroscience research through Fifty Plus Foundation, Inc. Approaching 13 years of supporting Alzheimer’s and neuroscience research, Fifty Plus Foundation created the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival to bring both local and global support to back research that is already making a difference in saving lives. Learn more at

Media Contacts:
Judy Stropus, Chattanooga Motorcar Festival; 203-438-0501; cell 203-243-2438;
Sawyer Byers, Chattanooga Motorcar Festival;