Looking for some socially-distanced fun during your holiday break?

Bristol Motor Speedway wants to remind everyone that the Tri-Cities Airport Ice Rink presented by HVAC, located at the BMS North Entrance, offers family fun in a socially-distanced environment. The rink is open most nights through Sunday, January 10 and is available by advance registration. The Ice Rink is operating at a reduced capacity of skaters this year due to social distancing protocols and in keeping with the Sullivan County mask mandate, all skaters are required to wear masks.

Admission to the Tri-Cities Airport Ice Rink presented by HVAC is $12 per skater Monday-Thursday, and $15 per skater Friday-Sunday. The Ice Rink will be closed on Monday Dec. 14. Hours of operation vary from day to day, so click here to review the schedule.

The Tri-Cities Airport Ice Rink presented by HVAC is a part of the 24th annual Pinnacle Speedway in Lights powered by TVA, a holiday light spectacular that serves as one of the primary annual fundraisers for the Bristol Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities. Long hailed as the premier holiday display in the Appalachian Highlands Region, The Pinnacle Speedway in Lights powered by TVA spreads across a four-mile route illuminated by more than 2 million lights among 250 displays. A trip through the light show sends guests down historic Bristol Dragway and all throughout the property, culminating with a lap around the iconic Bristol Motor Speedway half-mile oval.

The Pinnacle Speedway in Lights runs through Saturday, Jan. 2. The event costs $20 for cars from Sunday through Thursday and $25 on Friday and Saturday nights. For larger groups, vans are $50 and buses are $125.  On select nights, visitors can take advantage of the Jingle Bell Lane presented by Citi (fast pass), a speedy $50 option which provides a shorter wait time when traffic lines get long.

For more information about the Pinnacle Speedway In Lights powered by TVA, please click here.