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Britney Spears to perform at US Grand Prix 2018


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Fans attending this year’s United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas won’t just be treated to the greatest racing spectacle on the planet – they’ll also get to witness performances from two of biggest names in music.

Bruno Mars will light up the Saturday night of the Grand Prix weekend when he makes a stop at the Circuit of The Americas (COTA) with his entertainment-packed 24K Magic World show.

The 27-time Grammy award nominee will be followed on Sunday by international pop icon Britney Spears, who will close out the weekend’s celebration with a hit-packed post-race concert.

Speaking about the announcement, Bobby Epstein, Founder and Chairman of COTA, said: “We’re excited to welcome Bruno Mars and Britney Spears to this year’s United States Grand Prix stage.

"The pinnacle of motorsports, two global superstar musicians and all of the festive entertainment that comes with the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix defines the weekend as the greatest sports and entertainment celebration of the year. We are proud to host such an incredible weekend for race and music fans alike.”

Access to the concerts is available to all fans attending the circuit on the respective days.

Tickets to the event, which runs from October 19-21, will be available this Friday via the F1 Ticket Store. For more information, click here.

Source: https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/headlines/2018/4/bruno-mars-and-britney-spears-to-perform-at-us-grand-prix.html 

 

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