The 2024 Guide To Miami Grand Prix

The 2024 Grand Prix World Championship season is well under way - this year featuring a record 24 races, a record in the sport’s 74-year history. Coming off the past two years of great success in Miami, fans are getting revved up once again for another Miami Grand Prix 3-day weekend extravaganza May 3rd - May 5th in Miami Gardens. The excitement for race week is not only on the track but off as well with amazing events and activations highlighting the best of Miami’s culinary culture, luxury hospitality, and fan-focused experiences.


This 24-hour downtown Miami “ultraclub” is the place to see and be seen any night of the week, boasting unrivaled theatrics, opulence, and service. This year’s Miami Race Week performers include 50 Cent, Afrojack, and soon-to-be-announced A-Listers, along with a collaboration with PLAYBOY. Tickets and tables are available as is an over-the-top Miami Race Week exclusive “Winner’s Circle” Package, priced at $111,000. This exclusive package as well as tickets are available at

Wednesday, May 1 – E11EVEN x PLAYBOY Limited Edition Capsule Collection Release Party featuring DJ/Producer Cedric Gervais and Amémé.

Thursday, May 2 – TBA

Friday, May 3 - 50 Cent

Saturday, May 4 – A$AP Rocky

Sunday, March 5 - Afrojack

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