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Tickets, campsites and travel packages for all Michigan International Speedway events, including both NASCAR Sprint Cup Series weekends, Michigan Wine and Beer Fest presented by Experience Jackson and Faster Horses Festival, are on sale.
“The 2015 season at MIS is lining up to be action packed and offer something for everyone from the Michigan Wine and Beer Fest presented by Experience Jackson, two NASCAR racing weekends and the Faster Horses Festival,” MIS President Roger Curtis said. “From May to August, we are going to have a huge party each month here in the beautiful Irish Hills. The 2014 season featured some fantastic racing, awesome music, plenty of Michigan wines and beers and a lifetime of memories. We cannot wait for the season to start and welcome fans back to MIS to one or all of our great events this summer.”
The speedway has a fun and diverse lineup for race fans and festival goers alike, starting with the Michigan Wine and Beer Festival presented by Experience Jackson on Saturday, May 9. Tickets are $30 and include $10 in tasting tokens.
The track then hosts the first of two NASCAR weekends June 12-14 with the Corrigan Oil 200 ARCA Racing Series on Friday, June 12, NASCAR XFINITY Series on Saturday, June 13 and the Quicken Loans 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series on Sunday, June 14.
Then, Faster Horses Festival will return for the third year July 17-19. This year’s three-day lineup of headliners includes Florida Georgia Line, Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood. For tickets and campsites and a listing of all acts over the three day festival, visit www.fasterhorsesfestival.com.
The Sprint Cup Series will wind up its summertime stint at MIS on Sunday, August 16 with the Pure Michigan 400. The Camping World Truck Series Careers for Veterans 200 presented by The Cooper Standard Foundation & Brad Keselowski’s Checkered Flag Foundation is on Saturday, August 15.
The track will continue to keep ticket prices low for 2015. Race fans who purchase early will have the best prices and the best seats. Tickets for a NASCAR Sprint Cup race start at $37, with children 12 and under free in certain sections, ensuring families a chance to see NASCAR at affordable prices. Guests can camp all week long for one price, starting at $145.
The speedway will also continue its junior pricing program where kids 13-16 are half price in reserve seats.
Visit www.MISpeedway.com for a complete listing of events and to buy tickets and camping today.
And if you want a turn-key option to help you make arrangements, PrimeSport is offering official Quicken Loans 400 travel packages and Pure Michigan 400 travel packages that include: two or three-night hotel accommodations, round-trip transfers to the race and airport, official welcome gifts, PrimeSport credential holder and lanyard, breakfast at the hotel and premium race tickets (with upgrades available). Each package is customizable and can be fit to a fan’s specific needs.
For more information on the Official Travel Packages for races at Michigan International Speedway, visit PrimeSport.com.
Lastly, visit www.MIScamping.com for a one-stop camping option for all events. This year, Faster Horses guests can also get camping help.
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