NASCAR and Van Gogh together at the 2023 Chicago Auto Show

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NASCAR and the organizers of the Chicago Street Race announced a partnership with the Art Institute of Chicago at the Toyota exhibit at the Chicago Auto Show. As a result, an “artistic” Toyota Camry Pace Car was unveiled for NASCAR’s first-ever street race weekend next July.

General admission tickets for the inaugural Chicago Street Race, including the first-ever NASCAR Cup Series street race in NASCAR’s 75-year history, officially went on sale to the public today. All general admission and reserved tickets include two-day access to Cup Series and NASCAR Xfinity Series races and full-length concerts by The Chainsmokers and Miranda Lambert with the support of The Black Crowes and Charley Crockett on July 1-2.

“With two-day general admission and reserved tickets on sale for the Chicago Street Race, we look forward to welcoming fans to join us for NASCAR’s first-ever two-day racing and entertainment festival,” said Chicago Street Race President Julie Giese. “From NASCAR’s best competitors to A-list concerts to an unparalleled fan experience, the Chicago Street Race will truly have something for everyone.”

The two-day Chicago Street Race will feature a festival-like atmosphere with experiences for all ages, including an exclusive walkthrough NASCAR’s 75-year history, NBC Sports’ live broadcast at Buckingham Fountain, a premium air-conditioned NASCAR shopping experience, and a local food hall serving legendary Chicago cuisine. For a more elevated view, attendees can ride the Ferris Wheel, originally called the Chicago Wheel when it debuted in 1893, for unparalleled views of the Chicago Street Course and Lake Michigan.

On the Lakefront Green, the Main Stage will host The Chainsmokers and Black Crowes on Saturday, July 1 and Miranda Lambert and Charley Crockett on Sunday, July 2. Additional entertainment, driver appearances and more will be announced in the future. In-between sets, fans can visit the Tavern for a cold Busch Light, glass of wine or a craft cocktail while watching live race feeds or play yard games before heading over to watch the race from along the track.