The largest event in Long Beach continues to be the Toyota Grand Prix–and tickets for the 43rd annual event are on sale beginning today as the event kicks off April 7 through April 9 of next year.
Tickets range from $30 for Friday general admission to $142 for a three-day ticket that would include reserved seating in the upper grandstands. Pre-paid parking packages are available as well, along with paddock passes and VIP packages.
“It’s going to be another exciting year of entertainment for the whole family at the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach,” said Jim Michaelian, president and CEO of the Grand Prix Association of Long Beach in a statement. “With America’s #1 street race and all that the City of Long Beach has to offer, the Grand Prix is the best family entertainment value in Southern California.”
The 2017 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach is expected to feature the likes of defending series champion and 2016 Long Beach winner Simon Pagenaud, as well as past winners that rang from Helio Castroneves to Scott Dixon, Juan Pablo Montoya to Will Power. Even better? Marco Andretti and Graham Rahal will also be driving wheel-to-wheel on the famed 1.97-mile, 11-turn circuit through DTLB.