Where to watch the Las Vegas Grand Prix without going to the Strip
The 2023 Grand Prix of Las Vegas will crown a new champion on Saturday.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc will be on pole position to start the race, while Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Mercedes’ George Russell will complete the top three. Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz finished second but was given a 10-place penalty after running over a water valve cover and making repairs to his vehicle on Thursday evening.
For those who don’t have a ticket or want to avoid traffic on the Strip, there are several locations in the valley that host watch parties on Saturdays.
The City of Henderson is hosting a watch party at Water Street Plaza. You do not need to register for the event. Doors open at 8:00 PM and the opening ceremony is at 8:45 PM. The race starts at 10 p.m.
The Sahara will be hosting a Grand Prix viewing event at the Sahara Theater from 9pm to midnight. Tickets are $65 per person. To participate you must be at least 21 years old. Tickets include an open bar from 9pm to midnight with “unlimited access to your favorite beers, well drinks and specialty cocktails”. Tickets also include free parking and valet parking.
At Resorts World, multiple locations will organize watch parties. Dawg House is hosting a viewing party from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. There will also be viewing parties at Eight Lounge, Famous Foods Street Eats, Gatsby’s Cocktail Lounge and Red Tail.
In downtown Las Vegas that is approximately organizing a Red Bull Watch Party on November 18. Casino officials said there will be an RB14 Static Car on display and there will also be themed cocktails, merchandise and photo ops. Free admission to the Red Bull Watch Party starts at 10 p.m
Editor’s Note: The city of Las Vegas and Nellis Air Force Base are hosting watch parties tonight. However, due to capacity limitations, you had to register in advance. According to the registration pages, both events are full. Channel 13 also reached out to Illuminarium at Area 15, which had also previously announced a watch party. On Saturday, Illuminarium officials told Channel 13 that the event had been canceled.