London Concours event to go ahead | Motorshow - Car News Jun 2020

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14:08 Thursday 11 Jun 2020

The London Concours event will go ahead as planned on 19-20 August, organisers have announced.

Extra precautionary measures will help enable the UK’s first major public automotive event since February take place on the lawn at the Honourable Artilley Company HQ in London.

Hospitality plans have been revised, audience capacity restricted, and venue space increased in order to protect event-goers from the coronavirus risk.

The event, sponsored by Montres Breguet, will see nearly 100 exquisite examples of automotive icons from over a century of motoring, as well as boutique stands from watchmakers Montres Breguet, arthouses, fashion brands, and fine food and drink.

Although ticket numbers are now restricted compared with previous years, spaces are still available at 


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