NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 27, 2022) – Three-day reserved grandstand and general admission Big Machine Music City Grand Prix ticket holders have a limited opportunity to upgrade their Aug. 5-7 race weekend with the addition of the Tootsie’s Starting Line Club presented by Busch Light all-inclusive premium upgrade.
The Tootsie’s Starting Line Club presented by Busch Light, which debuted at last year’s inaugural Big Machine Music City Grand Prix, returns for the 2022 edition to provide an all-inclusive food and beverage option, including beer and wine, for three-day ticket holders. Live entertainment also will be featured daily.
The unique hospitality area is located beneath the Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge in Lot T of Nissan Stadium near the start line of the 2.17-mile temporary street circuit in downtown Nashville.
The hospitality area is ideally located with easy access to roam the key areas of the Nissan Stadium campus, including the FanZone, ZYN main stage for the evening concerts and access to grandstands 6 & 7.
The Tootsie’s Starting Line Club presented by Busch Light will be available from 9:30 a.m.-7:15 p.m. Friday, Aug. 5; 9 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6; and 8 a.m.-5:45 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 7. Overall, ticket holders for the Tootsie’s Starting Line Club will have more than 30 hours of hospitality available to them over the course of the three-day weekend.
The Tootsie’s Starting Line Club presented by Busch Light is available at $400 per person (plus fees) for the three-day race weekend. This premium upgrade is only available to three-day reserved grandstand and general admission ticket holders.
For more information or to purchase a ticket for the Tootsie’s Starting Line Club presented by Busch Light, please click here.
About Tootsie's Orchid Lounge:
Tootsie’s remains Nashville's go-to destination for locals and visitors alike. Tootsie's has more music history per square inch than anywhere else in Music City. Famous early customers were Kris Kristofferson, Faron Young, Willie Nelson, Tom T. Hall, Hank Cochran, Mel Tillis, Roger Miller, Webb Pierce, Waylon Jennings, Patsy Cline and many more. Performers at the Opry would sometimes sneak out the side door and grab a drink at Tootsie’s between sets. In 1992, local businessman Steve Smith reinvested in Tootsies and is credited for revitalizing downtown Nashville. Fast forward 30 years, and Tootsie’s is not only providing world-class entertainment for millions of visitors to Music City, but also involved in motorsports as one of the sponsors of the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix.
About the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix:
The NTT INDYCAR SERIES will visit Nashville Aug. 5-7 for the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix, Round 14 of the 17-race season. The three-day festival of racing and music also will include Indy Lights, GT America, Trans Am, Stadium SUPER Trucks and Vintage Indy. The musical entertainment is highlighted by nightly on-site concerts featuring prominent artists led by Tim McGraw on Saturday, Aug. 6, and Carly Pearce and Brantley Gilbert for the Grand Ole Prix show on Sunday, Aug. 7. For ticket and event information, please visit www.musiccitygp.com.
Mike Zizzo | Communications Director | Big Machine Music City Grand Prix | email@example.com | 817.528.4676 (cell)