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400 Fest Nightly Lineups Unveiled; Camping, Single-Night Tickets Available Now

The nightly lineups are set for 400 Fest, the new two-night concert at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during NASCAR’s Brickyard 400 event, with global music superstar headliners Major Lazer on Friday, July 21 and The Chainsmokers on Saturday, July 22.

Pretty Lights also was added to the Saturday lineup, as six acts will perform over two nights on the infield stage inside Turn 4 of the IMS oval. Gates open at 5 p.m. both nights, with performances starting at 7 p.m. The complete nightly lineup:

Friday, July 21: Major Lazer, Mac Miller, Cheat Codes. View Schedule

Saturday, July 22: The Chainsmokers, Pretty Lights, DNCE. View Schedule

Individual nightly General Admission tickets for Friday and Saturday now are available at $55 each at 400fest.com, by calling 800-822-INDY or 317-492-6700 or by visiting the IMS Ticket Office at the IMS Administration Building. Individual nightly General Admission Pit tickets – placing fans even closer to the action – start at $70 each.

Fans are encouraged to buy now, as prices for individual nightly General Admission tickets will increase to $65 and $75 and Pit tickets will increase to $80 and $100 as the concert date draws closer.

Two-night tickets for 400 Fest also are available starting at $100 each, giving fans the best value to see all six superstar acts over two nights. General Admission Pit tickets—placing fans even closer to the action—start at $130 each. Prices then will increase to $120 for General Admission and $150 for General Admission Pit, with a final increase to $150 and $200, respectively, as the event nears capacity.

A limited number of VIP tickets are available at $349.50 each, offering fans the ultimate 400 Fest experience. VIP tickets include a hassle-free VIP-only venue entrance, access to the VIP-only viewing area and the General Admission Pit, a VIP gift bag and access to the 400 Fest VIP village featuring dedicated cash bars, water refill stations, relaxation stations with comfortable seating, private restrooms, charging stations and VIP-only concessions and merchandise stands. VIP tickets are available at 400Fest.com, and additional information is available through CID Entertainment.

400 Fest tickets do not include admission to the Brickyard 400 or Lilly Diabetes 250, but 400 Fest ticket holders can purchase discounted General Admission tickets to any of the three days of on-track action for those races Friday, July 21, Saturday, July 22 or Sunday, July 23, including full-weekend General Admission tickets.

Tent and RV camping is available outside IMS in Lot 1A (Coke Lot), directly across Georgetown Road from the track, at affordable prices for the entire event. Four-day camping starting Thursday, July 20 is $125 per spot, with RV camping $200 for the same span.

Camping can be purchased at 400Fest.com, via phone at the same numbers for ticket purchases and at the IMS Ticket Office.

More 400 Fest information can be found at 400Fest.com and on new event social media channels:

Twitter: @400Fest
Facebook: Facebook.com/400Fest
Instagram: @400Fest

Visit IMS.com to purchase tickets for all 2017 IMS events, including the Brickyard 400 on July 21-23, and for more information on all events.

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