Following an exciting racing season in East Tennessee, Bristol Motor Speedway is pleased to announce that 2019 season and Food City 500 tickets will go on sale tomorrow.

Returning guests who purchased 2018 tickets will pay the same for their 2019 tickets if they renew by Friday, Nov. 9 (Food City 500) and Friday, Feb. 1 (Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race). New customers who are interested in checking out the one-of-a-kind short track action can save up to $20 per ticket if they buy before the November or February cutoff dates. Season tickets can be renewed until Friday, Nov. 30 and include the Bristol REWARDS loyalty program.

"We're delighted to announce that 2019 tickets are on sale tomorrow following what was an amazing racing season," said Jerry Caldwell, executive vice president and general manager at Bristol Motor Speedway. "Fans voted our two races among the top five events on the NASCAR circuit this year, so be sure to make plans to join us for the short track action that only Bristol can provide."

Single-day tickets start at just $45 for April's Food City 500. Kids 12-and-under are just $10 and are free for Bush's Beans Pole Day and the 300-lap NASCAR Xfinity Series race.

Season tickets continue to provide the best value and lowest price at Bristol Motor Speedway, starting at $149. A season ticket includes admission to April's Food City 500 and August's Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race NASCAR Cup Series races as well as the NASCAR Xfinity Series race in April and August's Food City 300. In addition, season ticket holders will receive a free ticket to Bush's Beans Pole Day plus additional incentives and benefits. Season tickets for kids cost only $20.

The Speedway will continue to offer interest-free, fee-free payment plans, which will break up payments into smaller increments. The sooner a fan purchases a plan, the smaller their payments will be.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please call the BMS Ticket Office at 423-BRISTOL or visit