Nashville Becomes Racing Capital Of South This Summer


Nashville, TN makes a grand return to the racing’s grand stage with 2 big events this Summer. Southern Airways has regular flights to and from Nashville-BNA.

First Music City Grand Prix To Run Streets and Bridges of Downtown Nashville in 3 Day August Event

The Music City Grand Prix announced that three-day general and reserved ticket packages to the inaugural event taking place this summer went on sale February 23, 2021. The international festival of speed and sound roars into Nashville August 6-8, 2021 and will be staged on a temporary 2.17-mile grand prix circuit around and near the Nissan Stadium campus. In addition to a weekend of NTT INDYCAR SERIES, GT America and Trans AM racing, attendees can look forward to the best Nashville has to offer, including live music performances by top artists, best-in-class food experiences, and entertainment that centers on speed in a way only Music City can serve up.

“We are extremely humbled, and appreciative of the support and enthusiasm we have received locally, nationally, and internationally around our event. We know fans have been eagerly awaiting the chance to purchase tickets for this festival,” said Christian Parker, President of the Music City Grand Prix. “Whether you are a family looking for a fun outing, a music lover, a foodie or a hardcore race enthusiast, there is something for everyone, with a wide variety of affordable pricing options, at the Music City Grand Prix”

For more info and ticket information click here. Or call 615-565-4650 or Ticketmaster.

NASCAR makes its return to Nashville, Tn June 18-20, 2021.

The scheduled 3-day event includes:

  • June 18: NASCAR Camping World Truck Series-Under the lights at 7:00 p.m.
  • June 19: NASCAR Xfinity Series Race- 2:30 p.m.
  • June 20: ALLY 400 NASCAR Cup Series- 2:30 p.m.

Based on overwhelming ticket demand, Nashville Superspeedway is adding additional grandstand seating for the “Ally 400” NASCAR Cup Series race on Sunday, June 20, track officials announced today.

The “Ally 400” NASCAR Cup Series race (2:30 p.m. CT, NBCSN) will be the inaugural NASCAR Cup Series race in Nashville Superspeedway’s history and the first NASCAR Cup Series race in Middle Tennessee in 37 years.

Nashville Superspeedway officials continue ongoing dialogue with local and state public health authorities and government officials regarding the track’s COVID-19 protocols and plans to host fans for the June 18-20 race weekend. As race weekend approaches, more information will be shared with ticket buyers about plans to accommodate race fans safely within mandated guidelines established by local and state public health officials.

“Middle Tennessee race fans are eager to get outside and enjoy the return of NASCAR to Nashville Superspeedway,” said Erik Moses, Nashville Superspeedway’s president. “This achievement is another display of the loyalty and enthusiasm of Tennessee race fans. We’ve received an outpouring of support since we announced our rebirth last summer and this response underscores why NASCAR wanted to bring its premier series back to Nashville. We want to thank all of the fans who have already purchased tickets and encourage those who haven’t purchased tickets yet to do so soon before they’re gone.”

Tickets are also available in the main grandstand for Nashville Superspeedway’s first two races on its Father’s Day weekend slate, the NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Saturday, June 19 (2:30 p.m. CT, NBCSN) and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on Friday, June 18 (7 p.m. CT, FS1).

Fans can order tickets by CLICKING HERE or calling 866-RACE-TIX.



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