Venetian Resort to host exclusive, celebrity F1 events

November 14, 2023

Among the events will be an Aviator Gin pop-up with Ryan Reynolds, and dinners hosted by celebrity chefs Wolfgang Puck, Thomas Keller and Tetsuya Wakuda.

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas will be hosting some exclusive F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix offers.

A statement from the casino resort says the Venetian is “poised to be the epicenter of all Sin City has to offer” during race week.

Guests watching the action from the Venetian will be seated above its currently drained canals, from which 20% of the entire course will be visible. According to a statement from the Venetian, this is the highest visibility percentage from any individual property in Las Vegas.

The resort has also opened an Exclusive F1 Hub shop, presented by American Express, that includes F1 and Las Vegas Grand Prix merchandise, as well as other brands such as Malbon Golf and Undefeated. A Kappa x Palace x Alpine pop-up store will be available from November 16-19.

Another pop-up event will see the brand Aviation Gin bring celebrity host Ryan Reynolds to the Venetian. Reynolds was recently announced as an investor for the BWT Alpine F1 Race Team, along with actors Michael B. Jordan and Rob McElhenney and NFL players Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes.

Celebrity chefs will host exclusive dinners at the Venetian, with Wolfgang Puck, Thomas Keller and Tetsuya Wakuda providing dining experiences on November 16. An exclusive charitable celebrity gaming tournament will take place as well over the F1 weekend.

Nile Rodgers & Chic will ‘freak out’ with guests at the Voltaire for two exclusive shows on November 15 and 17, and November 18 will round out the week’s festivities with an Amber Lounge after-party starring Kylie Minogue at Voltaire.

The statement from the Venetian also says that race week packages, which offer three nights at either the Venetian or Palazzo, up to four F1 tickets and three-day Grandstand at T-Mobile Zone at Sphere passes, are still available.


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