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Supercross is Coming to Vegas

Supercross - Photo Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kirton178/8484477068/ If you love Supercross, you’ll be excited to know, Monster Energy Supercross is making a stop in Las Vegas on May 4th. The main event starts at 7pm and the door open for qualifying and practice at 12:30pm. You can come for the big event or just make a day of it. This event will happen at the Sam Boyd Stadium.

Those in attendance get the opportunity to enjoy a unique experience with the Pit Pass, as well. If you want to party in the pits, you can. The part is free and will happen from 12:30pm to 6pm. Take your kids and let them meet some of the racers or just go with your friends and enjoy this unique experience. If you’re coming in from out of town, the official hotel of the event is the Hard Rock Hotel. They will provide a shuttle to the finals free of charge. It will run from 12pm to 5:30pm and from 10:30pm to 12am.

You won’t get another opportunity to see Supercross in Las Vegas until October. Of course, if you’re a big fan, you’ll want to attend both and enjoy the top Supercross and Supercross Lites riders. The upcoming event is actually the finals and will feature riders, such as Chad Reed, Ryan Villopoto, James Stewart and Ryan Dungey.

Tickets

Regular tickets are $50 for all seats with upgrades for Jackpot tickets at $65 per seat, Extreme tickets at $75 per seat and VIP tickets for $90. If you want the real VIP experience for the Supercross World Finals, you need club seats. These seats are $300 each and include:

  • •    Climate controlled seating with TVs
  • •    Indoor seating
  • •    Complimentary buffet
  • •    VIP Parking
  • •    Complimentary soda and water
  • •    General admission to the North Club Seat Patio

Other ticket packages, discounts and travel packages are also available.