LAS VEGAS (KSNV) — The third and final round of tickets for the Las Vegas Grand Prix will go on sale next month.
A spokesperson for the Las Vegas Grand Prix announced that ticket sales, featuring all remaining on-track tickets, will open again on Friday, June 9, at 10 a.m. PT.
New hospitality experiences will be included in the sales: Heineken House, Club IS and Club Paris.
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The experiences are described as follows:
- Heineken House ($8,000 + LET and fees per person): Located in the South Koval Zone and formerly referenced as Neon, Heineken House brings the Las Vegas’ nightlife scene trackside on the Las Vegas Strip Circuit. The three-day ticket includes access to an energetic hospitality space pulsing with the beats of DJs and live entertainment that will have fans dancing the night away. All-inclusive food and beverage, including the new Heineken Silver, premium cocktails and interactive premium food stations will be offered throughout the night. The three-level structure will offer breathtaking terrace views of the Koval Straightaway.
- Club SI ($7,000 + LET and fees per person): Sports Illustrated’s Club SI will host an immersive three-day experience on-track complete with views of the high-speed action on Las Vegas Boulevard, located at Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. The ticket includes a full slate of programming with highlights ranging from celebrity guest appearances, popular DJ performances, and panels. SI’s exceptional hospitality offerings include two exclusive VIP areas, a bountiful culinary experience complete with passed hors d’oeuvres, food stations and top-shelf cocktails. Tickets to Club SI will be available on sitickets.com and F1lasvegasgp.com.
- Club Paris ($5,500 + LET and fees per person): Located at Paris Las Vegas and spanning Alexxa’s, Beer Park and Chateau Nightclub & Gardens, Club Paris shared hospitality will provide a range of ways to enjoy center-Strip views of the drivers jockeying for position on the iconic Las Vegas Boulevard. The three-day ticket includes food and beverage, from action stations serving Alexxa’s high-end favorites, to interactive games, food trucks, street food, beer, wine and cocktails on Beer Park’s trackside terrace, plus a bespoke lounge at Chateau, complete with a DJ, live entertainment and passed bites and desserts.
Each of the experiences will include three-day access with a dedicated vantage point of the race track.
The Las Vegas Grand Prix, part of Formula One, will take over the Las Vegas Strip the weekend of Nov. 16-18.
Visit f1lasvegasgp.com/tickets to learn more and to purchase tickets once the window opens.