GP Advantage Members Party 

The GP Advantage members party is back for 2017 on a new day and at a new venue. You can enjoy delicious canapés, a free first drink, music and entertainment, plus a chance to get up close to special guest speakers - Formula One legend, David Coulthard and McLaren Honda's Head of Partner Activations, Mike Norris. The 2017 GP Advantage Party is an amazing addition to your Australian Grand Prix experience, but places are limited so make sure you book in early.

DATE: FRIDAY 24 MARCH 2017
TIME: 6.30PM – 9.30PM
VENUE: GP ADVANTAGE MEMBERS ENCLOSURE (in between Fangio and Webber stands)
(Note: GP Advantage Members Enclosure indoor facility will close early at 5.30pm on Friday 24 March for the Party).
 
This year, one of our headline entertainment acts is Dave Hughes (or Hughesy as he’s affectionately known), who is one of Australia’s most popular and successful stand-up comedian. His honesty and laconic humour has led to several long-term hosting roles on television and radio and he’s currently on his national tour.

Don’t miss the chance to see Hughesy live, along with special F1® guest speakers David Coulthard and Mike Norris at the 2017 GP Advantage Party!

 
Tickets for GP Advantage Gold members at $49*.
Tickets for GP Advantage Silver members at $59*.

 

*Price based on cash purchases from Ticketmaster outlets. Tickets purchased by other means attract additional delivery, handling, payment processing and transactions fees, click here for further details.

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