Online ticket sales have ended. Tickets will be $25 at the gate ($14 age 14 & under), capacity permitting.

Note: Tickets are nonrefundable (event is rain or shine — and online, too!), and admission to the special benefit event is not included with membership. This year, to adhere to CDC guidelines, physical tickets will not be provided; instead, visitors will check in at entry for contactless admission. Once capacity is reached, we will be unable to allow entry to any more guests until sufficient visitors have departed.


One Ticket: Twice the Fun!
ON-LINE: Each ticket provides access to exclusive on-line content (which will go live Sept. 18 and continue through September 27) that includes videos of interviews with classic car owners and sneak peeks into private collections as well as imagery and stories that we simply cannot fit into the traditional high-quality catalog (still available to all ticketholders, whether you attend in person or not).
When purchasing tickets, if you don’t know the email of a ticket recipient, simply email us at after the purchase, and we will be happy to update the registration so the individual can access the online content.


IN-PERSON: The in-person event will be held on Sunday, Sept. 20, with attendees asked to reserve an entry time (so we may control capacity and adhere to all local, state and CDC guidelines). Once capacity is reached, we will be unable to allow entry to any more guests until visitors have departed. Those on-site will be able to enjoy great food from “On the Roll” food truck as well as beer and wine, view the amazing array of classic cars featured in the show and meet the owners, explore the newly renovated Marshall Steam Museum, take a ride on the Auburn Valley Railroad (socially distanced, of course), and participate in the silent auction and raffle.


WHAT TO EXPECT: Anyone planning to attend in person is encouraged to review our What to Expect page before purchasing your tickets.


Funds raised from the annual event benefit the Joseph Boxler Education Fund and the Friends of Auburn Heights, a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and operating the extraordinary collections entrusted to its care.



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