How are you spending Father’s Day this year? Well, if you happen to be in Los Angeles this weekend, you can celebrate dad’s day by attending the annual Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance. About 100 cars will be bringing the bling against the backdrop of some of the most hoidy-toidy shops in Beverly Hills. And unlike most everything else in the 90210, this is free. Described by travel publisher Frommer’s as one of the “300 Unmissable Events & Festivals Around the World,” The Rodeo Drive Concours d’Elegance has been a Father’s Day tradition for five years running. The cars are chosen by a select committee of notable automotive collectors including Shin Takei, Fred Bogardus, Creighton Turner, led by collector extraordinaire Bruce Meyer. The selection runs the gamut from street rods to the most exotic cars on the planet, and they’re all, of course, concours-level. This year the show celebrates 75 Years of Jaguar Heritage, and the company will have their new XJ there on display. The show runs between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM, along the 300 and 400 blocks of the tawny drive. Admission is free, but parking can be a problem in the area as there will be crowds. Also, it’ll be hot, so wear a hat and plenty of SPF. These shots are all from last year’s show, but an equally eclectic mix of cars is expected this year, including the only Tucker Convertible there is. If you want to stop by and say, “hey,” I’ll most likely be lurking around most of the day, just look for a black XK-120 Jag. Directions to the event can be found here.