The 2024 Miami Concours, held in the beating heart of Miami’s Design District, drew nearly 30,000 car enthusiasts and collectors from around the globe and secured its spot as one of the world’s most prestigious luxury car shows.

This is the seventh Miami Concours, and the first with duPont REGISTRY Group as a co-owner, and nearly 30,000 people walked the red carpet that covered three city blocks lined with luxury stores from Dior and Cartier to Rolex and Prada to Burberry and Tom Ford—and many more.

This prestigious event, known for showcasing some of the world’s most exquisite and rare automobiles, did not disappoint, with herds of one-of-one unicorns and a historical overview of the top supercars ever made. There was a hive of Paganis parked in row, including the one-off Vlu Tricolore Exposed Carbon-Fiber Pagani Zonda MD, a stunning one-of-seven Lamborghini Diablo VVVT, Porsche 991.1 GT3 RS, a pair of exquisite RUF 911s, and Ferraris in abundance, from the F40 and F50 to a couple Dino GTs, and dozens more.

Admission to the Concours was free, though hundreds of VIP ticket holders enjoyed access to exclusive restaurant seating, shopping experiences, and entry to the Friday night drive-in movie and Monday’s Symphony concert. Notably, a portion of the VIP ticket sales went to benefit Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, adding a philanthropic element to the festivities. Sponsors such as CURATED, Prestige Imports, Macallan, and Ralph Lauren contributed to the event’s success, underscoring the industry-wide support for this prestigious showcase.

The Concours attracted a constellation of notable guests, who’ve learned to mark the weekend on their social calendar. Miami Design District founder and Dacra CEO Craig Robins was there alongside fellow Miami Concours Founders John Temerian Jr., Ronnie Vogel, Brett David, and duPont REGISTRY Group CEO Antoine Tessier. There were also influencers such as Paola Alberdi, Georges Coupet, and Ria Michelle, as well as Groot Hospitality Founder Dave Grutman and his wife, model and influencer Isabela Rangel Grutman.