MGM Resorts to bring back Bellagio Fountain Club during F1 Grand Prix

March 26, 2024
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Tickets are on sale for the November event.

MGM Resorts International has announced that its Bellagio Fountain Club will return to Las Vegas for the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix 2024. This year’s race will run from November 21 to November 23.

Tickets for the race are currently on sale, as well as passes for the Bellagio Fountain Club VIP experience. Fans can enjoy track and fountain views. The Bellagio will offer front-row seats, private indoor and rooftop hospitality decks and unlimited weekend access to food and beverages as part of its VIP package.

Food and beverages for the event will be prepared by globally acclaimed chefs that include Mario Carbone, David Chang, Alain Ducasse, Masaharu Morimoto and Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

The Bellagio Fountain Club premiered last year during the Formula 1 race’s first run in Las Vegas.

MGM Resorts International VP of Citywide Events Strategy Andrew Lanzino said that the club’s premiere was beyond what anyone expected.

He commented, "Bellagio Fountain Club's debut at last year's Las Vegas Grand Prix event surpassed all expectations.

"Following the incredible reception from our guests last year, the team is hard at work crafting plans for an even more exceptional experience when racing's most exciting event returns to Las Vegas."

In other company news, MGM Resorts and its online brand BetMGM recently partnered with Kindbridge Research Institute and Kindbridge Behavioral Health to support gambling research and mental health initiatives.

To show its support for this ongoing research, MGM Resorts gave $100,000 to Kindbridge Research Institute. Its donatation will go toward supporting a voluntary medication trial involving veterans in Las Vegas who have experienced the effects of gambling addiction.

The treatment is designed to “reduce gambling urges and symptom severity among veterans with gambling disorder.”


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