Hundreds of thousands of fans flock to Bristol Motor Speedway to experience the thrills of NASCAR every year – but 2021 will continue to look and feel different. A limited number of grandstand seats, suite and camping options will be available due to social distancing requirements and coronavirus safety protocols for the Food City 500 weekend, March 27-28, 2021.
All ticket holders for the 2020 Food City 500 who completed the ticket exchange form and selected “credit” OR “refund”, please see ticket options and priority access.
Your Online Ticket Account is tied to the email on your Bristol Motor Speedway account. If you do not remember your password – or have never used it before – type in your email and hit forgot password.
Bristol Motor Speedway is also accepting New Ticket Requests for the 2021 Food City 500. BMS will be assigning seats in the following priorities...
- Season Ticket Holders (Traditional 4-day package including Spring and Fall weekends)
- 2-Day Spring Weekend Ticket Holders
- Renewing 2020 Food City 500 Single-day Ticket Holders
- Single-day “New Ticket Requests” based on the date they are received.
- If tickets remain after the first four groups have been assigned, the remaining socially distanced seats will be sold to the general public.
“New Ticket Requests” are full-priced admissions that do not have a seat attached to them. Some venues call them “Deposits” or “Blind Reserve” tickets. Fans may choose what price level and seating options best suites their group’s needs and purchase it online. BMS will assign those requests based on availability when the customer’s account is reached in the seat assignment process.
The best way to secure your chance to witness history is by purchasing Season Tickets and/or purchasing early.
Seat assignments will begin in December. Fans will receive an email when their seat has been assigned and their mobile tickets are ready to be downloaded. This process should be completed by March 1, 2021.