2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix organisers have added further musical acts to the race weekend line-up, including Kylie Minogue and Nile Rodgers.
With little over a month to go until the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix takes place, anticipation continues to build for Formula 1’s inaugural race on the Las Vegas Strip. It’s set to be a showstopping weekend both on and off track.
Having previously confirmed performances from the likes of J Balvin, Mark Ronson and Major Lazer, Las Vegas Grand Prix organisers have now added more musical acts to their entertainment over the race weekend. The headline names added to the line-up are music icons Kylie Minogue and Nile Rodgers, who’ll both be performing on Thursday November 16.
Siobhan Bell, TOKiMONSTA and A-Trak are the other names who’ve been added to the ever-growing list of performers at the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix. All acts mentioned above will be performing in the T-Mobile Zone at Sphere across the event weekend on November 16-18.
Nile Rodgers to Perform at 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix
Just over an hour before the first Formula 1 practice session begins on Thursday November 16, Nile Rodgers will be taking to the stage for a special performance in the T-Mobile Zone at Sphere.
The co-founder of CHIC is famed for his work with the band, alongside his writing and production credits on some of the biggest selling songs of all time, from Madonna, to David Bowie and Daft Punk to name a few. Expect to hear plenty of well-known hits as part of this exclusive set.
This won’t be Nile Rodgers’ first performance in Las Vegas this year. He performed at the T-Mobile Arena back in August alongside CHIC, supporting Duran Duran on their Future Past tour.
Kylie Minogue Adds Grand Prix Show During Vegas Residency
Kylie Minogue attracted headlines earlier this year when she announced a 20-date Las Vegas residency at Voltaire, a new 1,000 capacity performance space which is part of the Venetian Resort. The residency begins on November 3.
Amid her Las Vegas residency, Kylie will be taking to the stage as part of the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend. Performing in the T-Mobile Zone at Sphere on the opening night of practice – Thursday November 16 – she’ll be bringing the hits from her career spanning five decades. Fans can expect to hear classics such as Can’t Get You Out Of My Head, Spinning Around and All The Lovers, right through to 2023 summer hit Padam Padam.
Kylie is no stranger to attending Grands Prix, having frequently been spotted on the grid at the Australian Grand Prix and other events around the world. In 2016, she was one of the headline performers at the Singapore Grand Prix.
The full entertainment line-up at the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix
Stage times for all confirmed music acts at the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix can be found below. All performances will take place in T-Mobile Zone at Sphere, a special stage which is set in front of the recently-opened MSG Sphere. For further details on accessing this part of the track, visit our trackside guide.
Thursday November 16
- 19:15: Nile Rodgers
- 22:15: Mark Ronson
- TBC: Kylie Minogue
Friday November 17
- 18:15: Siobhan Bell
- 21:30: A-Trak
- 22:00: Major Lazer
- 23:00: A-Trak
Saturday November 18
- 18:00: TOKiMONSTA
- 20:45: J Balvin
Limited 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix Tickets Still Available
There are still a limited number of grandstand tickets and hospitality packages available for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix in our ticket shop. All-inclusive hospitality packages are also available from F1 Experiences, Formula 1’s official ticket package partner.
Formula 1 is offering cheaper tickets for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix to Nevada residents, with single-day grandstand seats available exclusively to residents from just $200. The deal runs on Friday October 6 from 07:00 to 00:00. See further details here.
Already secured your tickets for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix? It’s time to make the final preparations for your visit! We have all the information you need ahead of attending the inaugural race weekend in our handy Need To Know guide.