Tickets are going fast for Friday’s Dude Perfect show at Bristol Motor Speedway. While there will be a limited supply of walkup tickets available at BMS Gate 13, guests are encouraged to avoid long lines by purchasing their tickets online.

Spectator gates for Friday’s Chaos at the Colosseum with Dude Perfect presented by Food City, Coca-Cola and BODYARMOR, opens at 5 p.m. and the show starts at 6 p.m. Tickets start at $35 for adults and $20 for kids and can be purchased online.

Parking for the event is available for $10 per car and can be purchased at the Bristol Dragway entrance off Highway 394 or via the online link above. All general guest parking on the day of the event will be available at the Bristol Dragway entrance only. Those who have already been issued parking passes for the BMS North Entrance and BMS South Entrance will enter at those areas.

With more than 56 million subscribers and 13 billion views on YouTube, Dude Perfect is currently the most-subscribed sports channel on YouTube and one of the top 20 channels in the entire YouTube lineup. The group, which includes twins Cory and Coby Cotton, Garrett Hilbert, Cody Jones and Tyler Toney, are former college roommates from Texas A&M University who tour the country making people laugh through a variety of stunts, trick shots and “battle” challenges where the members of Dude Perfect compete against each other in a series of unique contests.

At Bristol Motor Speedway, Dude Perfect will check another item off their lifetime “Bucket List” by having some fun through these creative motorized competitions and crazy escapades. The group will perform on the speedway’s infield and backstretch, where track officials have left a portion of the famed dirt that was used just recently for several notable races, including the NASCAR Cup Series’ historic return to dirt racing for the first time in more than 50 years.

In Chaos at the Colosseum with Dude Perfect presented by Food City, Coca-Cola and BODYARMOR, the show will feature a variety of high-performance vehicles, including Monster Trucks, Drift Cars, Freestyle Motocross Bikes, ATVs, Demolition Derby Cars and even the motorized Food City Shopping Cart. DJ Sterl the Pearl, the official DJ for the University of Tennessee’s football team, will kick up the jams and rev up the crowd by blasting out his unique brand of energy. For fans who enjoy the science of outdoor illumination, there will be plenty fireworks and pyro lighting up the night sky throughout the event.

The event is presented by Bristol Motor Speedway partners Food City, Coca-Cola and BODYARMOR. Food City, a longtime sponsor of Bristol Motor Speedway through its Food City 500 and Food City 300 NASCAR races, is an American supermarket chain based in Abingdon, Va., with stores located in Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, Alabama and Virginia. The Coca-Cola company, based in Atlanta, Ga. and the official soft drink of Bristol Motor Speedway, is a total beverage company with products sold in more than 200 countries and territories. BODYARMOR, created in 2011 in Queens, N.Y. by Mike Repole and Lance Collins and a partially-owned subsidiary of The Coca-Cola Co., is a premium sports drink that provides total hydration, dedicated to providing today’s athletes with the best in sports nutrition.