2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix Concert Headline Performers Announced

The headline performers at the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix have been announced.

Organisers of the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix have announced the musical acts who’ll headline this year’s inaugural race. Three consecutive nights of performances will be headlined by J Balvin, Major Lazer and Mark Ronson.

As Formula 1’s much anticipated first race on the Las Vegas Strip approaches, organisers of the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix have revealed the musical acts who’ll be performing at the event. The 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix is set to take place on November 16-18, with the race itself taking place on a Saturday night.

Among the headline acts announced for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix are Mark Ronson and Major Lazer, plus special performances each night from world-renowned Cirque du Soleil. The CEO of the Las Vegas Grand Prix, Renee Wilm, has called the entertainment line-up an “extraordinary set of live experiences that will no doubt be the perfect match to an equally unforgettable race weekend.”

The final phase of tickets for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix went on sale on June 9. Further acts for the race weekend are yet to be announced, with entertainment also planned for Wednesday night – including an official Opening Ceremony. Stage times for the performances announced are yet to be confirmed.

Where will headline performances at the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix take place?

All of the headline performances over the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend will take place in the T-Mobile Zone at Sphere. The stage will be set out in front of one of the city’s newest landmarks – the Sphere. The 19,000 capacity venue is scheduled to open in September 2023, ahead of Formula 1’s visit to Las Vegas.

The stage is located within the MSG Sphere Zone, which encapsulates the northern-most section of the new Las Vegas Strip Circuit, running between Turns 5 and 10 of the 6.1km track.

Mark Ronson performs Thursday night

Chart-topping British producer Mark Ronson will be performing a DJ set on Thursday night at the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix. Thursday evening will mark the first F1 action on the Las Vegas Strip Circuit, with cars taking to the new track for the first time in the first two Free Practice sessions.

Mark Ronson is famed for his collaborations with A-list stars, such as Amy Winehouse, Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus, Adele and many more. You can expect to hear his most famous tracks as part of his set.

Major Lazer performing on Friday

DJ A-Trak will kick off the musical proceedings ahead of qualifying on Friday at the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix, before Grammy-nominated Major Lazer take to the stage. The trio, formed of Diplo, Walshy Fire and Ape Drums, will be bringing a taste of Las Vegas’ nightlife to the circuit with a selection of their hits.

J Balvin headlines on Grand Prix Saturday

Before the main event – the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix – kicks off at 22:00 on Saturday November 18, global superstar J Balvin will be performing in the T-Mobile Zone at Sphere. J Balvin is one of the best-selling Latin artists. He’s won multiple prestigious awards – including six Latin Grammy Awards – and has sold over 35 million records.

Additional performances by Cirque du Soleil, Blue Man Group and more

There won’t just be musical entertainment on offer at the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix. World-class variety acts and artists will also be performing. Iconic trio Blue Man Group and Cirque du Soleil will also be wowing audiences with a taster of their famous Las Vegas shows. Local magicians, dancers, comedians and acrobats will also be part of the entertainment offering.

Learn more about visiting the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix in our extensive travel guide.

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