Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi has announced that tickets have gone on sale for what will be its biggest Formula 1 race weekend ever.
The season-ending Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2019 will run from November 27 to December 2 – offering five days of on-track and off-track entertainment.
The event will see the introduction of all-new ticket packages available to the range of international race goers, a statement said.
Visitors can choose from all-new Grandstand packages with premium seating, plus improved hospitality options that include 1-day Paddock Club access.
The family-friendly Super Parks Pass package will also return in 2019 and this year has been extended from Wednesday to Sunday, allowing unlimited access to all three Yas Island Parks – Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Yas Waterworld and Warner Bros World Abu Dhabi, the statement added.
Yasalam, the music and entertainment festival, will be back for the 11th consecutive year. Produced by Flash Entertainment, the festival will give ticket holders four nights of performances by globally renowned musical artists throughout the weekend, with details of the artists to follow.
Organisers added that they will reward fans who purchase early by offering up to 30 percent discounts for those booking before May 31.
Al Tareq Al Ameri, CEO of Yas Marina Circuit, said: "We have seen international visitation increasing every year. We are one of the most internationally visited Grands Prix, thanks to our efforts to entertain and excite consumers with a strong destination story.
"We are an established fixture on the season calendar with a well-founded reputation for a truly modern and world-class experience. We look forward to welcoming racing fans from all around the world in 2019."
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