Circa Resort & Casino to host watch party for F1 Grand Prix

September 26, 2023

Fans can watch the race at Stadium Swim November 18.

Las Vegas’ Circa Resort & Casino will host the Red Bull Watch Party on November 18 at Stadium Swim for the upcoming Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix. This year’s Grand Prix race will run on the Las Vegas Strip from November 16 to November 18.

The watch party will kick off at 10PM with no cost for admission. During the event, the venue will debut its exclusive $25,000 race week hotel package, which includes two three-day tickets to the race, limo transportation and up to a four-night stay in the Circa Suite.

Stadium Swim is home to six heated pools, private cabanas and other seating options that include water couches, daybeds and VIP lounge chairs. Race fans can watch the Grand Prix on a three-story, 78-million-pixel high-definition screen.

Circa CEO Derek Stevens expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming event by saying, "With electrifying energy and an exciting outdoor environment, Stadium Swim will be the place to catch the big race.

"Come grab a spot in the heated pools, grab a cabana with your friends, or choose a seat right in front of our massive screen where the full audio and excitement will surround you. There is no bad seat when you watch the race here, and we know this is going to set the bar high for years to come."

F1 racing fans can also get in on an all-day lunch event on November 5, which will be hosted by Caesars Palace. Fans will have an opportunity to get a closer look at all the cars that will compete during the Formula 1 Grand Prix.


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