2014 Formula Drift Round 1 Streets of Long Beach Tickets on Sale [BUY THIS]

Posted on Jan 29, 2014 In Buy This Formula D Matt Field Merchandise

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Formula Drift has announced that tickets are on sale for Round 1 at Streets of Long Beach. Part of the PR is attached below but over 2,000 reserved seats are being put into place for this year. The VIP experience will place you preferred seats in Grandstand 18 which at Irwindale sell out very very fast so take action soon! Even some new massive jumbotons are on the horizon for the new 2014 season…. Details below but buy tickets now!

 

To satisfy the demand for seating over 2,000 reserved tickets seats have been added to the venue to ensure that fans can sit and enjoy the action. Tickets are available online for purchase with the option to select from any of the available grandstands. A new VIP experience is also being added for purchase. The FD VIP Experience will grant access to preferred seats in grandstand 18, a track-walk during opening ceremonies where fans will be inches away from the drivers, a line pass for the autograph session and a signature Formula DRIFT credential. No matter where fans sit they can also expect to see every inch of the course with the newly updated, massive jumbotrons at the facility.

Tickets are now available for Round 1: Streets of Long Beach on April 4-5, including reserved seating, 2-day ticket packages, and VIP tickets and can be purchased through FormulaDrift.com, Ticketmaster outlets, and the Long Beach Convention Center box office. Ticket prices start at $35 online with all seats reserved for Saturday’s competition day.

4 Comments

  1. raycharles says:

    or buy a hardcard and get the worst view of the action from the hot pits

    at least there is livestream

  2. ruddyrid says:

    Ticket prices are crazy now. I’ve been going every year for FDLB since ’05 when they had the demo. This may be the year I watch this from the comfort of my home.

  3. Internet Hero says:

    when they keep selling the event out, then they can keep raising prices until people stop paying them.

  4. Blaze1 says:

    I think the price is still very reasonable for the show they give us. F1 Austin, Moto GP, and NASCAR tickets on average run a lot more. There’s discount codes as well and quite a few websites who give away tickets for free!

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