Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix are opening ticket sales for 2019 with a strong ”Early Bird” offer, which will give great savings for tickets bought before the New Year.
Tickets for Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix 2019 become available online from November 1st and as per tradition the ticket sales will open with a strong ”Early Bird” offer for those who wish to buy their tickets before December 31st 2018. Also these ticket buyers get the opportunity to be a part of the lucky draw to win a very special ”Golden Ticket”, which gives them access to an extraordinary race experience on the track in a high-speed racer.
As usual, the ticket sales start in the months up to Christmas – a bonus for those seeking some gift-inspiration for the holidays. There are just over 10 months to next summer’s great historical event, which will take place during the weekend of August 3rd and 4th 2019.
A wide range of “Early Bird” tickets are for sale for those who want to secure their ticket well in advance and at the same time gain a savings of up to 20 percent compared to the regular prices, that will come into effect from the first of the new year.
Early Bird ticket prices 2019*:
One-day ticket: 260 kr.
Weekend ticket: 440 kr.
One-day ticket with grandstand: 420 kr.
* plus any ticket fee
Tickets can be purchased through our website https://www.chgp.dk/tickets/
Just like this year’s CHGP, all grandstand places in 2019 will also have the opportunity to have a good view of the large screens, where the races can be followed from the cameras around Bellahøj Park.
If you want some extra pampering, it is possible, like in previous years, to buy a limited number of tickets for the CHGP Grand Prix Club (GPC), which again in 2019 will be located in the beautiful venue Restaurant Bellahøj. In addition to the entrance to CHGP, the day starts in the GPC with a large breakfast buffet and during the midday break, you can enjoy a tasteful and well-prepared lunch buffet. In the afternoon, coffee and cake is served and drinks are available throughout the day. The many different races during the weekend can be viewed either on the track or from the exclusive GPC VIP grandstand, from which it is also possible to follow the races on their own big screen, which is located just opposite the grandstand in the Grand Prix Club area.
The entire program for the Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix will be unveiled in the spring and as always, the popular race weekend will include a mix of exciting historical classes and a few modern features. Combined with an exhibition and activities area, this contributes to making Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix once again, a historic racing experience, where the whole family can join.