Put on your walking shoes and head to the Renaissance at Colony Park in Ridgeland for the 12th annual Renaissance Euro Fest Classic European Auto and Motorcycle Show on Saturday.
Between 225 and 250 vehicles will be on display from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. during the free show that will be spread out throughout the center and on nearby grassy areas.
“The unusual thing about this year we’re getting a lot of first-time entries as far away as Texas and Florida,” said Mike Marsh of Rankin County, a Mercedes-Benz collector who founded the show and serves as director.
“This is one of the first auto shows that has occurred in the Southeast after coronavirus. People are ready to get out and do something.”
Vehicles in the show must be at least 25 years old except for a selection of newer special interest autos of rare and limited production or provenance that are accepted at the…