This weekend, the highly anticipated Porsche Sportscar Together Day (SCTD) will take place at Show DC Oasis Arena on July 14 in Bangkok, Thailand, and we’re now being provided with more details about the event by Porsche Asia Pacific (PAP).

Set to be Southeast Asia’s largest Porsche fan gathering, cars bearing the famous crest will be main attraction at the event, with over 200 Porsche vehicles (including those from fan clubs) from all over the region set to be present at ‘Das Treffen’.

These cars will share space with an exhibit that showcases the seven generations of the iconic 911 series, from the 70s E-series to the 991-series 50th Anniversary Edition. For even more nostalgia, the Ferry Porsche’s Garage and Porsche 911 Garage take visitors on a trip through history to the car that marked the start of an incredible journey – the 356.

In another section of the event, there’s the Super Car Circle featuring eight of the fastest Porsches to exist, including the 996-series 911 GT2, Carrera GT and 997-series 911 GT3 RS 4.0. The company’s racing heritage will be on display as well, with the Le Mans-winning 919 Hybrid and 959 Paris-Dakar race cars. The halo 918 Spyder will also be present to provide hot-lap rides to a lucky few.

For enthusiast families, there’s the Kids Driving School, Carrera Race Experience, Porsche VR Experience, E-Performance Cinema to explore. Meanwhile, the Porsche Exclusive Manufaktur, Porsche Design and Porsche Driver’s Selection booths serve to showcase the brand’s personalisation and design prowess.

The event will also be graced by various celebrities like Diana Chungjintanakarn and singer-songwriter Singto Numchok, with DJ Yukio taking over for the closing set. Other VIPs present include managing director of PAP, Arthur Willmann; director of Porsche Museum, Achim Stejskal; and professional works driver Earl Bamber.

In support of the Make-A-Wish Foundation Thailand, children will be part of the festivities as they will be on stage to sing a birthday song to Posche and take part in the Kids Driving School. The foundation creates life-changing wishes for children with illnesses.

Last but not least, a variety of F&B stalls will be set up to serve the best that Thailand has to offer, and for those who want a taste of Germany, the Biergarten (beer garden) is where you’ll want to be. With the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia taking place at Bangsaen, the Porsche Curves Café is the place to follow the live action of the one-make race.

Visitors also have great prizes to look forward to, as Porsche hampers, driving experiences at the Porsche Experience Centre Sepang, Malaysia and a pair of Lufthansa business class tickets to Germany up for grabs through lucky draws and photo contests.

There’s still time to plan your trip to Bangkok if you haven’t already, as the event will only take place on July 14 from 1pm till midnight. It’s the 70th anniversary of Porsche sports cars and you’ll definitely want to be part of the celebrations. See you there!