The Ferrari Festival is an annual event that allows Ferrari fans and enthusiasts to celebrate a distinguished collection of more than 50 Ferraris on display. All proceeds benefit Texas Children’s Cancer Center.
Participants and their families have an opportunity to browse through over 50 magnificent Ferraris that are displayed in Highland Village, a centrally-located hotspot for shopping. The open atmosphere of Houston’s Highland Village provides a perfect setting for the festival activities and gives families an opportunity to enjoy a variety of cuisines, including Escalante’s, Sprinkles, P.F. Chang’s, and many others.
The Ferrari Festival at Highland Village is open to the public and features free admission. Racing fans who visit the even can partake in photo opportunities with world-class race drivers.
The Festival includes an awards ceremony with awards ranging from Best Vintage Model, People’s Choice and a Sponsor Trophy chosen by the top sponsor.
The Ferrari Festival at Highland Village began in 2005 when two friends joined together to celebrate the beautiful Ferrari automobile and benefit a cause that they were both dedicated to. Event founders Franco Valobra, owner of Valobra Jewelry and his friend, Paul Cox, an investment banker, invited Ferrari owners to assemble a fun and family-friendly event which showcased some of the most fantastic cars in Houston for everyone to enjoy.
All proceeds benefit Texas Children’s Cancer Center. Donations can be made at the event.
Next Scheduled Event
The Ferrari Festival at Highland Village
Sunday, November 3, 2013
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
2013 marks the seventh year since the festival began and is expected to draw up to 3,000 spectators from all over Houston. For more information, visit www.ferrarifestival.com or connect with the Ferrari Festival at: