Formula One (F1) announced the on-sale dates for tickets to the Las Vegas Grand Prix taking place on the weekend of Nov. 16-18, 2023.
Tickets for the Las Vegas Grand Prix will be available for different groups to purchase on the following dates:
- Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. PT: Ticketmaster pre-sale for American Express cardholders
- Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. PT: Priority interest list members
- Nov. 5 at 10 a.m. PT: Public on sale
Ticket prices will start at $500.
The Las Vegas gambling scene just got a bit racier with F1 and there are definitely ways to gamble on the Las Vegas Grand Prix. If you’re planning to watch and gamble here’s a breakdown of the best seats.
Las Vegas Grand Prix ticket locations
There will be a variety of seating experiences and locations throughout the Las Vegas Grand Prix circuit.
These will be the best seats at the Las Vegas Grand Prix. but they won’t be located on the Vegas Strip.
F1 will take the traditional paddock club experience to another level in Las Vegas. The Paddock Club will be located on the newly- purchased, 39-acre parcel of land adjacent to Las Vegas Boulevard.
Wynn Grid Club
This will have a 1920s Great Gatsby-era speakeasy vibe and will be located inside the Paddock Club. F1 says “this area will offer the best vantage point to watch the race and is the most indulgent way to drink and toast to the victors.”
The skybox suites will allow spectators to watch the race in private from above the premium start/finish grandstand. F1 ensures that each of the skybox suites will be in a location that features great views of the start/finish as well as the pre-and post-race ceremonies.
The private suites will have elevated views of the race. They will give spectators a view of the cars as they head into the Koval straightaway.
East Harmon Zone
The East Harmon Zone will feature views of the pit lane, start/finish line and Turns 1-4.
These elevated seats will offer views of Turns 4 and 5 on Koval (parallel to the Vegas Strip). These seats will offer spectators food and drinks from the comfort of their own semi-private space.
These seats are located by the MSG Sphere that is scheduled to open next year. The grandstands in the Sphere Zone will have a view of a hard right-hand Turn 5, high-speed sweeping Turn 6, Turn 7 and 8 chicanes, and Turn 9 that brings the cars back towards the Las Vegas Strip.
West Harmon Zone
Guests in the Harmon Grandstands will be able to see strategy taking place in real time. These spectators will have views of the pit lane entry and the Harmon Straight that will lead into Turn 17 and the finish line.
General Admission tickets are located in the Sphere Zone.
All Grandstand and General Admission tickets will be sold as three-day passes. Each of these tickets will include food and non-alcoholic beverages. Adult beverages will be extra.
Premium tickets will offer multi-day passes and have all-inclusive food and beverage. There will be only a limited number of tickets available upon the initial release. F1 will release more information about additional ticketing options in the coming months.
Visit Las Vegas Grand Prix for more information on tickets to the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
Las Vegas Grand Prix launch party at Caesars Palace
F1 will be hosting a free all-day Las Vegas Grand Prix launch party at Caesars Palace on Nov. 5.
As part of the launch event, fans will be able to watch F1 cars on the Vegas Strip. There will be a demo course between Caesars Palace and Paris Las Vegas.
This isn’t a race and the cars won’t reach the peak speeds possible. However, this is a chance to catch a glimpse of F1 action in person on the Vegas Strip.
Fans will also be able to take part in the F1 Pit Stop Challenge and enjoy F1 Esports simulators. Additionally, guests will also be able to enjoy car and trophy photo opportunities, exclusive giveaways and more.
The first 500 fans (21 and older) that attend the festivities will have a chance to win a complimentary ticket for a private VIP celebration that night that will feature an intimate performance by Las Vegas’ The Killers.
The Las Vegas Grand Prix Launch Party activities include:
- 11:00 a.m. – The launch party begins with the Pit Stop Challenge, Esports Simulators, activations, car and trophy photo ops, and more
- 5:50 p.m.- Live car run on the Vegas Strip with drivers from Red Bull Racing and Mercedes
- 6:30 p.m. – Drone Show above Caesars Palace
- 6:45 p.m. – Introduction of drivers and teams on the Main Stage
- 11:00 p.m. – Official after-party with Alesso at Omnia Nightclub
Visit the Las Vegas Grand Prix website for more information.