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The Best Events and Fan Zones at the Spanish Grand Prix

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Are you headed to Barcelona for the Spanish Grand Prix? Make sure you don't miss out on these fun events happening on and off the track!

We are back in Barcelona for the Spanish Grand Prix as we start the last leg of the European races before the summer break. The Spanish GP has always been a fan favorite and there is so much to do on and off the track.

Make sure you check the list of prohibited items to avoid any delays when you arrive at the track!

This year, the Grand Prix will run from Thursday June 20th to Sunday June 23rd.

F1 Fanzone

The official Fan Zone is located right behind the Main Grandstand at the track. Here is the best place to purchase merchandise to support your favorite teams and drivers. there isalso numerous food vendors in this area, but keep in mind that it gets very busy before and after the on track sessions!

The Boulevard of Champions (Avinguda dels Campions) is also in the F1 Fan Zone. Here you can see plaques that are commemorating the Wolrd Championship winning drivers as Moto GP riders who have competed at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya over the last 30 years.

There are five different zones at the circuit that will have different activites, performances and events.

Orange Zone

Location: Grandstand G, stadium area

All Grandstand G ticket holders can expect live music by DJ Rick Jansen

Kids Zone

Location: Behind Grandstand B, stadium area

All general admission and grandstand ticket holders (except Pelouse Jove) can expect games, sand art, giant games, group games, skill and kart tracks, sustainable workshops or traveling characters.

Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 5pm

Green Zone

Location: Crater Forest

All general admission or grandstand ticket holders (except Pelouse Jove) can expect craft workshops for children.

Opening Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 7pm

Pelouse Jove

Location: Turn 4

All general admission or grandstand ticket holders can enjoy live music by Flaix FM

Formula 1 Barcelona Fan Village

The Port Veil area in Barcelona has become a free F1 Fan Zone for all race goers and visitors to enjoy before and during the race weekend. Fans can expect interactive activities and events all throughout the week as well as some live performances and DJs.

Guests MUST register for a free ticket via the Circuit's ticket portal due to limited capacity but the ticket grants unlimited access to the entire Fan Village.

Date and time:

Saturday, June 15th: 11am - 9pm

Sunday, June 16th: 11am - 9pm

Monday, June 17th: 12pm - 9pm

Tuesday, June 18th: 12pm - 9pm

Wednesday, June 19th: 12pm - 9pm

Thursday, June 20th: 12pm - 9pm

Friday, June 21st: 12pm - 9pm

Saturday, June 22nd: 11am - 9pm

Sunday, June 23rd: 11am - 9pm

Cost: Free

Where: Plaça Catalunya, Barcelona

Here is what you can expect at the Fan Village:

  • F1 Sim Racing Simulators
  • Batak Reflex Challenge
  • F1 Blast Lane
  • F1 Driver Selfie Area
  • Official Heineken Simulaotr and Podium
  • Pitstop challenges
  • Scalextric track
  • Kids zone
  • Food and merchandise stalls

For more information AND to reserve your tickets, check out the official website.

FanAmp X GPT Barcelona Meetup

Once the sessions have ended at the track, make sure you don't miss the FanAmp X Grand Prix Travel Barcelona Meetup! This is a great chance to meet fellow fans, enjoy some refreshments, and talk all things Formula 1. Grand Prix Travel is a community on Reddit that gives tips and tricks for anyone interested in heading to a Formula 1 Grand Prix. Last year, FanAmp and Grand Prix Travel held multiple meetups over the course of the F1 season.

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Spanish Grand Prix Meetup FanAmp X GPT

Looking for more on the Spanish Grand Prix?

Join the lively Grand Prix Travel community on FanAmp and Reddit to interact with fellow motorsports enthusiasts, ask questions, and gather valuable insights. There are even meetups at races around the world so you can spend time with new and old friends over food and drink.‍

Looking for tickets to the Spanish Grand Prix? We’ve partnered with P1 Travel to make your dream a reality. Head over to their site and get yours before they sell out!‍

Be sure to check out our other articles on the Spanish Grand Prix for off-the-track events and to hear about previous fan race experiences!

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