Formula 1 unveils hospitality experiences for Las Vegas GP

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Formula 1 and Las Vegas Grand Prix, Inc. have unveiled plans for three new hospitality experiences for this year’s return to the Nevada city.

Tickets to Heineken House, Club SI, and Club Paris are set to be available in the third and final round of sales on June 9. Each of the trackside experiences will include three-day access to a dedicated vantage point overlooking the action where the drivers will race down the Las Vegas Strip and past some of the world’s most iconic landmarks.

Priced at a basic $8,000 (£6,465/€7,445) per person, Heineken House, located in the South Koval Zone and formerly referenced as Neon, aims to bring the Las Vegas nightlife scene trackside on the Las Vegas Strip Circuit.

The three-day ticket includes access to an “energetic hospitality space” with DJs and live entertainment. All-inclusive food and beverage will be offered throughout the night. The three-level structure will offer terrace views of the Koval Straightaway.

Sports Illustrated’s Club SI, priced at a basic $7,000 per person, 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 includes a full slate of programming with highlights ranging from celebrity guest appearances, popular DJ performances, and panels. SI’s hospitality offerings include two exclusive VIP areas.

Located at Paris Las Vegas and spanning Alexxa’s, Beer Park and Chateau Nightclub & Gardens, Club Paris, priced at a basic $5,500 per person, will provide a range of ways to enjoy centre-Strip views of the drivers on Las Vegas Boulevard.

The three-day ticket includes food and beverage, plus a bespoke lounge at Chateau, complete with a DJ, live entertainment and passed bites and desserts.

“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,” said Renee Wilm, Las Vegas Grand Prix, Inc. CEO. 

“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.”

Formula 1 is hosting three races in the US this season after announcing plans for a grand prix on the iconic Las Vegas Strip back in March 2022. Formula 1 and parent company Liberty Media are working together to promote the Las Vegas GP in partnership with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. The inaugural race weekend is set for November 16-18.

Las Vegas previously hosted an F1 race in 1981 and 1982. This year’s race will mark the first time since 1985 that F1 has staged a grand prix on a Saturday.