Please Note: Certain events may have different rules and requirements
We have reached capacity for the Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race.
Tickets for the Food City 300 Xfinity Race on Friday September 18 are still available.
You can purchase those by clicking here.
Yes, Bristol Motor Speedway limits the size and type of bags that may be brought inside the Speedway gates. Each guest is permitted to carry in ONE CLEAR BAG MEASURING NO LARGER THAN 14" x 14" x 14". A small purse/clutch also may be brought in providing it is no larger than 4" x 6". All bags will be inspected upon entry. All styles of clear bags are acceptable providing they meet the size requirements. These include clear cinch sacks, clear diaper bags, Ziploc bags, etc.
At this time, there will be no Will Call for the event. All tickets will be Digital delivery. Fans will be notified by BMS when those tickets are available and can be download via the free BMS mobile app
No, NASCAR Garage Credentials for this event will be issued only to working competitors, NASCAR and BMS officials, working media, safety and rescue workers.
Accredited workers Must sign for credentials in person and sign insurance waivers at the BMS credential registration office. The Credential Office is located just inside the Speedway's South Entrance off Hwy. 11E (Volunteer Pkwy.) in the "South Building." Turn right into the lot immediately after entering the South Entrance.
No guests will be allowed in the pits/garage area for this event, see above
No, coolers will not be allowed at this event. However, clear bags (that you can use for items you choose that are on the allowed list) will be permitted. If you wish to use your clear bag for snacks and drinks, that will be your choice.
Yes, Bristol Motor Speedway operates one free public parking area at Whitetop Creek Park. Take Highway 394 to Sportsway Dr.
Parking on BMS property requires either a BMS-issued parking permit or a state-issued accessible parking permit (placard or license plate). Overnight parking is not permitted on BMS property.
In an effort to improve parking for guests who use state-issued accessible permits, the BMS Events Department requires advance requests to help guests park closer to their seat locations. State and local law officials require the person to whom a state-issued permit is issued must be in the vehicle when the permit is used. For more information please call Crystal Miller (423) 989-6941.
At this time, shuttle service and trams will not be operating other than for accessible needs individuals.
Smoking (including E-Cigarettes) is NOT permitted in any grandstand, entry portals, terrace, suite or restroom areas. Guests may smoke in open concourse areas.
Racing Electronics will not be attending the race in Bristol and FanVision services will not be available. If you are bringing your owned RE scanner or LEGEND device to the race, click here for Over-The-Air programming information and frequencies. (This page will be updated each week with the current race's information)
- TBD for the September events
- You may register your child for the Bristol Kids Club at bristolmotorspeedway.com/kidsclub/
- Also, sign your kid(s) up for our Tag-A-Kid program (see below)
First and foremost, we encourage all parents/children to enroll in our Tag-A-Kid program. This program, registers parents/children on-site, and in the event they become separated, our staff can easily aid in the re-connection. Tag-A-Kid registration takes place at Guest Welcome Villages and and any Guest Services Kiosk.
As policy, children separated from their families will be escorted by BMS personnel to a Guest Services Kiosk where they will remain until families are located.
You may check at any BMS Guest Information booths during the event, and after each event all items are placed with the main office reception desk in the Bruton Smith Building. You may also email Linda at the following address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Safety is our first and foremost priority. We have to crawl before we can walk and walk before we can run. Having fans for Xfinity Race is the next step. Not having attendees for Thursday (and providing a smaller capacity for Friday event) ensures we can perform the necessary enhanced cleaning protocols between events in order to provide the safest environment for our guests and participants.