Some of the most exotic cars around will converge in one place in Downtown Guelph next month for a good cause.
The fifth annual Downtown Guelph Exotic Car Show runs Sunday, June 4 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Prince Adventures is hosting the free event once again, which will see 150 exotic cars on Carden and Macdonell streets.
The cars are parked in parking spaces on the two streets, and the roads close for pedestrians to walk around, take photos with the cars and take in the rest of the downtown.
Prince Adventures has already surpassed its $50,000 fundraising target, and has eyes on $60,000, which will go to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Guelph.
"It’s going to be the biggest one yet," said Jamie Prince, founder of Prince Adventures in an email to GuelphToday. "The best cars we have ever had!"
Macdonell will feature what Prince calls the Hyper Zone, which will see a few special cars worth millions of dollars, from a Ford GT, a McLaren P1, a Porsche 918 and more.
There will also be live music, including a performance from Brian Melo, the winner of the fifth season of Canadian Idol.
Prince said there will be a 50/50 draw, with prizes including free ocean cruises and an "exotic car dream drive day." The electronic draw goes live May 28.