The Big Machine music city grand prix invades Nashville streets

Nashville,TN   The streets of Nashville are about to get very loud this coming weekend. For the 1st time ever the n-t-t Indy car series will be hosting a street race in downtown Nashville. The Big Machine Music City Grand Prix will take place this weekend- this temporary track, or street circuit, takes racers by Nissan stadium and over the Korean war veterans memorial bridge into downtown Nashville.

Some of the racers who will take part are defending IndyCar champion Scott Dixon, Josef Newgarden and 7-time NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson will be some of the drivers taking on this brand new course. There will be several different fan events set up. Including CLUB RPM where you will get the VIP treatment, including exclusive member benefits, premium food and drink options, an elevated hospitality experience, and more. They also have the temporary on-track suites, with capacities ranging from 20 to 50, these temporary suites are strategically located around the course and are designated for individual companies or groups. These structures provide both covered viewing and entering areas, limited reserved parking allocations, and full-service catering.

They also have the Nissan stadium eastside club which is a elevated, air-conditioned club area, inclusive of stadium and relaxed seating as well as standing room options. Complete with high-end all-inclusive catering options. They will also have the starting line club which will be located next to and underneath the track at the base of the Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge, the Start/Finish Line Club allows you a unique experience to the race. Complete with all-inclusive catering options, priority rights to purchase reserved parking, designated restroom trailers, and viewing areas. The last thing they offer is The founders By becoming one of the inaugural supporters, you will get early access to ticket packages, exclusive sponsor offerings, discounts, and other benefits not available to the public. They are also offering regular tickets around the course. Tickets are still available and for more information visit If you cant be there to watch it live you can watch it on NBC news 40!