• Online ticketing begins today at naias.com
  • Media registration to open July 24
  • Charity Preview entertainment to be announced soon

The Detroit Auto Show today announced all tickets are on sale for the 2023 event, including Technology Days (Sept. 13 – 14), Charity Preview (Sept. 15) and the Public Show (Sept. 16 – 24) at naias.com/buy-tickets.  Featuring a display of “electrifying” and bold new products and activations, the show will be held at Huntington Place in Detroit.

Online media registration will open on Monday, July 24.  Announcement of Charity Preview entertainment is coming soon.

“With a new indoor EV track and more street course ride-and-drives, show visitors will have an opportunity to experience and learn about the EV movement firsthand, both behind the wheel and as passengers,” said Detroit Auto Show Chairman Thad Szott.  “And for media and industry gathered, the show’s first-ever Mobility Global Forum will be a compelling focal point for new mobility discussion.”

He added, “And, what can you say about Charity Preview?  It’s a highlight of the auto show season; a time when Detroit’s giving spirit shines through for local children.”

Tickets and Pricing

Technology Days – Preview emerging mobility technologies, engage with innovators and attend the Mobility Global Forum, an insightful two-day executive symposium addressing the dynamic world of new mobility. Attendees get access to AutoMobili-D, presented by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and the Office of Future Mobility and Electrification, featuring technology companies, startups and leading universities.

  • Wednesday, Sept. 13 (9 a.m. – 7 p.m.)
  • Thursday, Sept. 14 (9 a.m. – 7 p.m.)
    • Tickets: $75 each

Charity Preview  Join in the signature black-tie event that has raised over $123 million for children’s charities in Southeastern Michigan since 1976. Beneficiaries for this year’s Charity Preview include: 

  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan
  • The Children’s Center
  • The Children’s Foundation
  • Detroit Auto Dealers Association Charitable Foundation Fund, a fund of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan
  • Detroit PAL
  • University of Michigan Health C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital
  • Friday, Sept. 15 (5 – 9 p.m.)
    • Tickets: $400 each or $700 for a pair

Public Show – Explore nine days of new vehicle displays and exhibits at Huntington Place featuring the Powering Michigan EV Experience indoor track, street course ride-and-drives, brand-specific tracks from Jeep, Ram and Ford along with new experiential activations.

  • Saturday, Sept. 16 – Saturday, Sept. 23 (10 a.m. – 8 p.m.) 
  • Sunday, Sept. 24 (10 a.m. – 7 p.m.)
  • Tickets
    • Adults – $20
    • Senior 65 and older – $12
    • Child 3 -12 years – $10
    • Child 2 and under – Free
    • Family Pass (2 adults, 3 children) – $50
    • Advance group sales of 30 or more Public Show tickets purchased before Sept. 15 – $12


The Detroit Auto Show is one of the most influential annual automotive events in the world and a showcase for emerging technologies.  The iconic show features brand-defining vehicles, product ride-and-drives and dynamic experiential activations.  The event includes: Media Day, an opportunity for automakers and industry suppliers to debut new products and technologies; Technology Days, a chance to preview emerging mobility technologies and engage with innovators; Mobility Global Forum, a two-day symposium on mobility trends and new technologies; AutoMobili-D, an inside look at future mobility platforms; Charity Preview, a signature fundraising gala for children’s charities; and the Public Show, a nine-day mobility and community celebration.  For more information, visit naias.com.


  • Media Day, Wednesday, Sept. 13
  • Technology Days and AutoMobili-D, Wednesday, Sept. 13 and Thursday, Sept. 14
  • Mobility Global Forum, Wednesday, Sept. 13 and Thursday, Sept. 14
  • Charity Preview, Friday, Sept. 15
  • Public Show, Saturday, Sept. 16 through Sunday, Sept. 24
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