Las Vegas Grand Prix organisers have revealed new hospitality experiences for November’s inaugural Formula 1 race, including Heineken House, Club SI and Club Paris.
Tickets for the new hospitality experiences will be available via the third and final round of ticket sales, which will begin on June 9. American Express card members will receive pre-sale access from June 7.
Each of the experiences will include three-day access to a dedicated vantage point overlooking the racing action.
Heineken House will set Formula 1 fans back $8,000 (£6,500/€7,500) and will be located in the South Koval Zone. It was formally referenced as ‘Neon’, and will bring the Las Vegas nightlife trackside. The three-day ticket will include access to hospitality with DJs and live entertainment, inclusive food and beverage options and interactive premium foot stations.
Sports Illustrated’s Club SI will host an immersive three-day experience on-track complete with views of the action on Las Vegas Boulevard, located at Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino. The ticket will cost $7,000 and will include a number of activations such as celebrity guest appearances, DJ performances and panels. Club SI will also include two exclusive VIP areas and tickets for this hospitality option will also be available through SI Tickets.
The Club Paris hospitality offering will cost $5,500 and will be located at Paris Las Vegas, spanning Alexxa’s, Beer Park and Chateau Nightclub & Gardens. The three-day ticket will include food and beverages, interactive games, a bespoke lounge at Chateau as well as a DJ, live entertainment and more.
Renee Wilm, Las Vegas Grand Prix chief executive, said: “Heineken House, Club SI and Club Paris will bring fans into the heart of the action with hospitality offerings that combine the excitement of the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix with high-end, elevated experiences.
“We look forward to providing fans from around the world with only-in-Vegas, premium experiences that match the energy of the premier sporting and entertainment event of the year.”
The inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix is set to take place November 17-19.