PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL - The Honda Classic will present "The Heart of Rock & Roll," a fun-filled evening of music, food and beverages November 12 at 7 p.m. at the legendary Cars of Dreams Museum that will raise money for The American Heart Association's Children and Youth programs.
It's a fun, non-golf event presented by Honda Classic Cares, the charitable arm of the PGA TOUR event which continues to make a meaningful impact in the Palm Beach County community.
Tickets are $150 per person and can be purchased HERE.
The Cars of Dreams Museum, located at 133 U.S. Highway One in North Palm Beach, features meticulously restored vintage cars and period pieces amid a backdrop of a nostalgic village equipped with some of America’s best-loved icons that reflect the golden age of the cars. Attendees will walk amongst the timeless treasures, remembering the days when they hid in the trunk to get into the drive-in or their first kiss under the stars. The collection spans over 50 years of automotive history while focusing on the post-WWII to 1970’s time period.
The Honda Classic awarded a record $3.212 million to local children's charities during Honda Classic Cares Week July 11-15, obliterating the previous mark of $2.55 million that was distributed in 2015. This 2016 giving included an unprecedented individual grant of $1 million to the Nicklaus Children's Health Care Foundation. The Honda awarded grants to 50 different local charitable organizations, impacting the lives of more than 30,000 children.
The Heart of Rock & Roll event is a continuation of a Honda Classic Cares initiative to work year-round in support of the local community.
The 2017 Honda Classic will be played February 20-26, 2017 with Adam Scott defending his title.