Exotic car show coming to N. Fulton’s Avalon in October

Aston Martin’s, Bentley’s, Porsche’s, Lamborghini’s and more than 150 exotic and luxury cars will line the streets of Avalon this fall

“Festivals of Speed” an exotic car and motorcycle show will roll into the mixed-use development in Alpharetta on Oct. 8. This is the first time in the show’s 14-year existence that it has been to metro Atlanta.

The best part is that admission to the show is free, although a charity donation is suggested. VIP tickets are available for $125 per person.

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Avalon is known as a mecca for all things luxury, making it the perfect setting for this exciting event,” said Carla Cox, director of marketing at Avalon. “We’re thrilled to work with Festivals of Speed to line Avalon Boulevard with exotic cars and create an amazing experience for guests along with our incredible restaurants and retailers.”

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The event will showcase both vintage and contemporary vehicles of all makes and models. Designs by Lamborghini, Porsche, Ferrari, Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin, Bentley, BMW, Mercedes and McLaren will all be onsite.

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VIP guests will enjoy a wide variety of food and drink offerings, a cigar lounge, jazz music and more.

The night before the main event, Oct. 7, Avalon will host a cocktail reception to kick things off. Admission is $95 per person and it will be held from 8 to 11 p.m. It will feature look at the cars, an open bar, food and a live band.

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