NASCAR announces general admission tickets for big-name show, Chicago Street Race


NASCAR has announced a line-up of high-profile artists to headline concerts as part of the first-ever street race set to take downtown Chicago by storm this summer.

The racing giants announced Wednesday that The Chainsmokers, Miranda Lambert, The Black Crowes and Charley Crockett will perform at the Chicago Street Races of the NASCAR Cup Series July 1-2.

“The Chicago Street Race is the first two-day sports and entertainment event in NASCAR’s 75-year history,” said Julie Geese, president of Chicago Street Races, in a statement. “We are proud to welcome superstars The Chainsmokers, Miranda Lambert, The Black Crowes and Charlie Rocket as we reimagine his NASCAR experience in the heart of downtown Chicago this July 4th weekend. increase.”

Performances will be part of a two-day festival on holiday weekends.

General admission tickets for the event will go on sale to the general public beginning February 2, with prices starting at $269 for the two days. Early Access will be available on January 31st and February 1st in an “Exclusive Pre-Sale”. apply to email.

Events already released two-day pass Starting at $465, it offers reserved seating and a “variety of premium experiences.”

All tickets include access to races and concerts.

The Chicago Street Race weekend will be the first NASCAR Chicago-area event in several years. The company held races at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet from 2001 until he 2019.

It is also the first ever NASCAR Cup Series street race.

The schedule so far looks like this.

July 1

  • Practice and qualifying for Xfinity Series and Cup Series
  • Black Crowes concert.
  • Xfinity Series Race
  • chain smokers

July 2nd

  • Charlie Crockett
  • Miranda Lambert
  • First-ever Cup Series Street Race

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Written by Natalia Chi

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