The Biggest Selling Rapper Of All Time Makes His Return To Texas This October.

The Formula One race in Texas, held at the Circuit of The Americas (COTA) in Austin, stands as one of the most anticipated events in the motorsport calendar. Drawing racing enthusiasts and fans from around the globe, the Grand Prix in Texas offers an electrifying blend of speed, skill, and spectacle.

The Texas Grand Prix isn't just about the racing; it's a celebration of culture, entertainment, and hospitality. The vibrant city of Austin comes alive with festivities, from live music performances to culinary delights, creating an unforgettable experience for visitors.

The Formula One Grand Prix takes place on October 18-20.

Moreover, the race attracts top-tier talent from the Formula One world, including legendary drivers and powerhouse teams vying for victory.

It also attracts some of the biggest stars in music as entertainment for the attending race fans and this year two international superstars will be taking the stage.

Eminem, the best-selling rapper of all time, has not played in Austin in a decade.

Eminem is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his album "The Slim Shady LP" with the release of a new record, "The Death of Slim Shady (Coup de Grace)," and it was announced this week that rap megastar will be one of the headlining performers for the F1 Race Weekend.

He's set to take the main stage on Saturday Oct. 19th for the first time since his headline sets at the 2014 Austin City Limits Music Festival which saw record attendance numbers.

International rock star Sting Will Also Headline At The Race Concert.

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Sting will also perform timeless hits from his catalog on Friday October 18th. Entrance to the concerts is included with your race ticket. If you already have tickets but can't make it, Circuit of the Americas is buying back passes.

Tickets and more information at circuitoftheamericas.com.

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