Formula 1 is rapidly moving into Las Vegas.
Beginning with the inaugural Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix, thousands of fans will flock to the Entertainment Capital of the World for a week of parties, dinners, concerts and racing.
Although Max Verstappen has already won the 2023 World Drivers’ Championship, fans will see the likes of Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo and America’s Logan Sargent battling for points in the final race of the season.
Away from the Las Vegas Strip, which will be closed from November 16-18, David Beckham, John Legend and Kylie Minogue are some of the famous faces fans can expect to see at star-studded parties and events nearby. City.
Read on for everything you need to know about what’s happening during race week.
Sports Illustrated has transformed the storied Margaritaville into Club SI at the Flamingo. The luxury hospitality lounge, overlooking the track, is set to host a number of events throughout the race weekend from 16-18 November. David Beckham and Shaquille O’Neal will be meeting guests during Saturday Race Night, Dax Shepard is hosting a live recording of his podcast, and models Nicole English and Brooks Nader will get the party started at the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Party.
Netflix is officially entering the live sporting arena ahead of the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix. The stars of “Drive to Survive” and “Full Swing” will face off in The Netflix Cup, an all-star golf tournament held at the Wynn Championship Golf Course. F1 drivers Alex Albon, Pierre Gasly, Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz will compete live with Rickie Fowler, Max Homa, Collin Morikawa and Justin Thomas on November 14 on Netflix.
Las Vegas Grand Prix Opening Ceremony
The 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix begins with a star-studded opening ceremony on November 15. John Legend, Tiësto, Andra Day, Bishop Briggs, J Balvin, Journey, Keith Urban, Steve Aoki, Swedish House Mafia and Will.I. I am one of those artists who are expected to be on the stage. Guests will also enjoy an elaborate light display featuring lasers, fireworks and a drone show.
Jack Daniel’s X Metro Boomin Party
Following a successful performance at the United States Grand Prix in Austin last month, Jack Daniel’s is hosting another special party in partnership with Metro Boomin. The DJ and producer, who has collaborated with artists like Drake, The Weeknd and Post Malone, is expected to bring some surprise guests to the stage at the invite-only event on November 16.
dinner with gordon ramsay
“Kitchen Nightmares” star and renowned racing fan Gordon Ramsay will travel to Las Vegas for the inaugural F1 race. The chefs will participate in a trackside dinner with guests at Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace prior to practice on November 17. Guests will enjoy a four-course menu with wine or cocktail pairings along with a personalized gift.
Kylie Minogue in Amber Lounge
Kylie Minogue will conclude the festival weekend with a performance at the Amber Lounge afterparty held at Voltaire at The Venetian Resort. Billed as “the world’s most exclusive race afterparty”, expect flowing champagne and an A-list crowd.
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