FAQ

General information:

We love our furry friends but unfortunately, dogs are not allowed on the golf course Concours or at the Telluride Airport.

The 2023 Telluride Autumn Classic is Thursday, September 21 to Sunday, September 24

Information on how, when and where to pick up your pass will be included in your pass purchase confirmation. Passes are not sent to you ahead of the event, all passes are ‘will-call’.

Of course! For all organizations interested in being a sponsor at the 2023 Autumn Classic, please click here. For all other inquiries, please contact the Autumn Classic.

There are parking options available in the Town of Telluride and in Mountain Village for cars, trailers and RVs. Please click here to view all parking options.

Please email Chris@tellurideautumnclassic.com or if you’d prefer to talk over the phone, you can call us to say hello at (970) 519-3015

We love our volunteers! Our festival volunteers are incredibly valuable to helping the Autumn Classic run without a hitch. Please CLICK HERE for more information about volunteering.

Yes! We have several opportunities for paid shifts.  Please CLICK HERE for more information.

Yes, motorcycles are allowed to participate in the Road Rally. As with cars, the driver must have a 4 Day GA or 4 Day VIP Festival Pass to be eligible to win prizes.

Although there will not be official judging for vehicles, the Autumn Classic awards a People’s Choice Award that is voted on by festival attendees!

Yes. Telluride Tire & Auto is available at 120 Society Dr., 970-728-5171. Towing service available by Telluride Roadrunner at 970-728-8044.

Ticketing:

The Autumn Classic offers a variety of events, many are ‘ticketed’ events however, there are  free events as well that are open to the public. Check out the full schedule HERE.

Please click here for more information about the 4-day general admission pass. A 4 Day GA Pass is for Thursday – Sunday general admission events.

Please click here for more information about the 4-day VIP pass. A 4 Day VIP Pass is for Thursday – Sunday general admission AND VIP events.

Yes. Click HERE for more information and pricing.

  • The Autumn Classic is a “Rain or Shine” event; no refunds will be given for inclement weather. No refunds will be given for cancellations of any pass. You may, however, transfer your pass to another person.
  • ADDENDUM 2023: Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, should the Autumn Classic event need to be cancelled by the Festival organizers, your purchased tickets will be refunded minus a $25 per pass fee.

For our free events; check out the Cool Cars on Colorado Friday night from 4:30 pm to 6:00pm.  The Fine Arts Festival is also a great free event in Mountain Village!

Passes will be confirmed via Eventbright in an email upon purchase. All passes are ‘will call’. No passes will be sent ahead of the Festival.

Registration:
  • My car for the Concours on the Golf Course? A registration form for cars can be found HERE
  • My motorcycle for Motorcycle Concours: A registration form for Motorcycles can be found HERE

Yes! Our volunteers help make the whole festival come to life! Please CLICK HERE for more information on volunteering.

No, car owners participating in the Concours events are not allowed to participate in Friday’s Cool Cars on Colorado event.

Yes, while many folks would loved to talk to you about your great car, you are not obligated to stay with your car for the duration of the Concours. There are many great restaurants within walking distance of the Concours to explore!

  • The Autumn Classic is a “Rain or Shine” event; no refunds will be given for inclement weather.  No refunds will be given for cancellations of any pass.
  • ADDENDUM 2023: Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, should the Autumn Classic event need to be cancelled by the Festival organizers, your registration or purchased passes will be refunded minus a small fee.

Information on how, when and where to pick up your pass will be included in your pass purchase confirmation.

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