Greystone Concours Goes on Hiatus for 2018

Beverly Hills, CA — The City of Beverly Hills announced that the Greystone Concours d’Elegance car show held at the Doheny Greystone Mansion for the past eight years is going on hiatus while the City and event organizers evaluate the timing and format of the event. This year’s event had been scheduled for May 6.
There are new concours to consider while the Greystone’s future is evaluated.
Photo: Greystone Concours

The event, which raised funds to help preserve and restore the historic 55-room mansion and estate owned by the City of Beverly Hills, is the fourth concours to be canceled so far in 2018, joining the ranks of the Arizona Concours, Pinehurst Concours and the Lake Bluff Concours of Southwest Michigan.

A new show, the Concours d’Elegance at Copshaholm, will debut Aug. 11 in South Bend, Ind., just 40 miles from the site of the former Lake Bluff event. It’s being organized by the Studebaker National Museum and a cadre of volunteers.
Another new show, the Greenbrier Concours, will have its premiere May 6 in the resort town of White Sulphur Springs, W.V.