On Sunday, July 10, it will be a good day to be a vintage car buff. Over 70 rare and prize-winning Ferraris will be on display during the annual "Ferraris on Oak" event that will take place along Oak Street between Rush and Michigan (entrance at Rush St.) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This ticketed event will benefit the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago and will feature a 500 ft. red carpet where the curated collection of late-model and racing Ferraris will be displayed.
VIP ticket holders will enjoy up-close viewing of these celebrated Italian automobiles, as well as the opportunity to meet the cars' owners, ask questions and share their passion for the Ferrari brand. Participating Oak Street boutiques, salons and restaurants will offer ticket holders exclusive in-store experiences and tastings, in keeping with the day's celebration of luxury and style.
The sidewalks will be open to pedestrians who may still experience some of the excitement from outside the velvet ropes and visit the top shops, restaurants and salons along this chic street. (Photos by Sheri Whitko Photography)
For tickets and more info, click here! Vroom, vroom!
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