In addition to being able to attend all races during Food City 500 weekend at half-price, youth 15 and under have loads of options for additional entertainment outside The Last Great Colosseum.

Two Kids Zones, one near the North Entrance and one in the display area between BMS and Bristol Dragway, open starting at 9 a.m. March 14-16 with various interactive activities such as corn hole, carnival games and incredible inflatables.

Saturday, March 15, is highlighted by an 11 a.m. appearance by three-time Sprint Cup champ and former Bristol winner Tony Stewart (at North Entrance Kids Zone underneath the large American Flag on the Volunteer Parkway side of the property - #12 on map below).

The Home Depot will also host a free workshop prior to the Food City 500 Sunday, March 16, 9:30 a.m. to noon or while supplies last.

BMS mascots Bump and Run make appearances in the Kids Zones and throughout the property all weekend as well.

Those who have joined the Bristol Kids Club are encouraged to stop by either Kids Zone to receive their 2014 membership cards and information. Registration also is available on site for non-members to join as well 

Tickets for the March 16 Food City 500 start at just $70. Weekend packages for all three races are available for as low as $89. Fans may call (855) 580-5525 or visit www.bristoltix.com to experience this spring's battle on the high banks of the Last Great Colosseum.