ACC Liverpool has confirmed that its events programme will proceed as planned following a serious fire in its auto park.
Owners of the destroyed vehicles should contact their insurance companies, Merseyside police said.
A fire on Sunday night in the seven-storey carpark for the Echo Arena in Liverpool, England destroyed nearly all the vehicles parked inside and led to cancellation of the final evening of the Liverpool International Horse Show and evacuation of nearby blocks of flats.
Motorists abandoned their cars and fled along with 4,000 people who were evacuated as the final event of the Liverpool International Horse Show was called off at the Echo Arena.
Hundreds of cars have been destroyed in a fire that raged through a multi-story parking garage in the northern English city of Liverpool.
"It was all insignificant as long as everyone was OK and we could get the horses out".
Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service/PA Temperates reached 1,000C during the blaze. The popular horse show was cancelled because of the fire, which was brought under control early Monday morning.
A reception centre was set up for people unable to get home due to the fire and locals volunteered to take in or transport those left stranded.
Ticket holders are being refunded.
Emergency services have released photos of a huge vehicle park fire that raged out of control in Liverpool in the United Kingdom on New Year's Eve.
Merseyside Police tweeted in the early morning of January 1: "Joint working at its best".
Former Liverpool and England worldwide footballer Mark Wright and his wife Sue, who were visiting the horse show, were forced to abandon their vehicle and fled along with six children who were with them as they dialled 999 for help.
The blaze broke out shortly before 16:40 GMT on New Year's Eve.
ACC Liverpool told Pollstar in a statement that its events program will proceed as planned at Echo Arena.
"We believe that all vehicles parked in the auto park have been destroyed and advise owners to contact their insurance companies", Merseyside police said in a statement to the media. We ask for everyone's patience and understanding while investigations continue.