Milwaukee IndyFest pit passes on sale
Milwaukee IndyFest, in conjunction with announcing RC Cola as the official soft drink of the two day festival on June 15-16, have put a limited number of VIP pit passes on sale.
The pit pass does not serve as a ticket to enter the event, so fans will still need a reserved seat or infield general admission ticket to get in.
The passes cost $99 and include infield and paddock access (If fans have previously purchased a paddock pass, they will receive a $25 credit toward a pit pass) as well as access to the RC Cola Pit Lane area and a VIP/preferred viewing area for the concert stage.
The pit passes (limited to adults, age 18 and older) allow fans to see the race teams along RC Cola Pit Lane during practice, qualifying and the final pre-race warm-up session, as well as having access in front of the pre-race driver introduction stage. (The passes do not allow pit lane access during the IndyFest 225 race.)
IndyFest, which features racing, music and entertainment at the Milwaukee Mile. The concert stage will host a Battle of the Bands competition late Friday afternoon at the conclusion of practice and qualifying, and then a Saturday concert by Smash Mouth that begins shortly after the conclusion of the IZOD IndyCar race.
A limited number of VIP pit passes are now available for sale on the official website and at the Wisconsin State Fair Park box office. The box office can be reached at (414) 266-7100 on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Milwaukee IndyFest is set for 225 laps, and will be televised by ABC on June 16. The race will feature all of the stars of the IZOD IndyCar Series, including current series points leader Helio Castroneves, and past Milwaukee Mile winners such as Dario Franchitti, Scott Dixon, Ryan Briscoe, Ryan Hunter-Reay and Tony Kanaan.
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