Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines.
On Nov. 15-18, the Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix is racing through the heart of Las Vegas and into Sin City’s F1 Las Vegas Strip Autodrome for the first time since the ’80s for four huge days of sports and entertainment.
However, you won’t have to be that high a roller to make it out to the track for the long weekend to catch star racers like Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo, Lando Norris, U.S. superstar Logan Sargeant and 2023 World Champion Max Verstappen live.
Based on our findings, last-minute tickets are dropping quickly for the high-profile event.
At the time of publication, our team found three-day race passes — for Thursday, Nov. 16 through Saturday, Nov. 18 — going for $882 before fees on Vivid Seats.
While that may seem pricey, when you factor in that getting in would have run you $2000 had you bought tickets a year ago according to CNN, it’s a steal.
Single-day passes can be snagged for as low as $118 before fees.
Plus, should you attend the opening ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 15, you’ll be treated to performances from John Legend, J Balvin, Journey, Keith Urban, Tiësto and many more.
Want to catch one of the buzziest races of the year live on the track?
You’re in the right place.
We’ve got everything you need to know and more about the F1 Grand Prix race in Las Vegas below.
All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.
Formula 1 Grand Prix Las Vegas ticket prices
A complete breakdown of all the best single and multi-day prices for this year’s race can be found here:
|Formula 1 Grand Prix dates||Ticket prices
|Thursday, Nov. 16 through Saturday, Nov. 18
|Wednesday, Nov. 15
|Thursday, Nov. 16
|Friday, Nov. 17
|Saturday, Nov. 18
(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)
Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
They offer a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and your tickets will be delivered prior to the event.
Formula 1 Grand Prix opening ceremony
As mentioned above, a bevy of big stars will be taking the stage for the opening ceremony.
In addition to the names listed earlier, Swedish House Mafia, Steve Aoki, will.i.am, Andra Day and Bishop Briggs are also slated to take the stage.
You won’t want to miss Thirty Seconds to Mars, The Blue Man Group or Cirque du Soleil, either.
On top of the ten acts (!), guests will also witness an elaborate lighting display featuring lasers, fireworks and a drone show.
Looking for more splashy things to do around the area?
Check out Page Six’s coverage of all the F1 parties and events this week.
Formula 1 Grand Prix schedule of events
With the big race taking place on Saturday where the participants will figure out who comes in second after Max Verstappen, here’s a quick look at what’s going down on Thursday and Friday.
Thursday will serve as a practice day for the racers. They’ll familiarize themselves with the track and refine their setup for the qualifying round.
Friday is when the fun really begins. All 20 participants compete in a qualifying match to determine the order of where they’ll start. Consider it a race to increase your odds of winning in the real race.
How to watch the Formula 1 Grand Prix
If you can’t make it out to the Entertainment Capital of the World this weekend, you can tune in from home.
According to Today, both ESPN and ABC will broadcast the Las Vegas Grand Prix starting at 9:55 p.m. PST.
ESPN Deportes is also airing the Grand Prix in Spanish.
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