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Singapore GP Reports Strong Start to 2011 Sales
Singapore, 06 June 2011 – Singapore GP has released single-day Zone 4 Walkabout and wheelchair tickets for the 2011 FORMULA 1 SINGTEL SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX with prices starting from S$38. Now that the early bird phase is over, tickets will be sold at the regular price from 19 May until race week.
Robust sales throughout the 77-day early bird phase that started on 3 March 2011 saw 47% of Grandstand tickets taken up and 50% of 3-Day Walkabout (Zone 4 and Premier) tickets sold.
"We had targeted to sell one third of the Grandstand and Walkabout inventory during the early bird phase, and we're delighted to have exceeded the target," said Michael Roche, Executive Director, Singapore GP. "With over 110 days to go and seeing such a great start, we are looking forward to another sell-out crowd this year based on past selling trends."
All ticketholders including Zone 4 patrons will be able to access the largest entertainment stage at the Padang featuring a world-class entertainment lineup over three days. Linkin Park has been confirmed as the headlining act on race day, 25 September 2011. Full details of the complete S$5 million entertainment line-up and day-to-day performance schedule will be announced in the coming months.
Zone 4 Walkabout patrons have the added benefit of watching the race action up-close from numerous bleachers at prime trackside viewing locations in the Padang vicinity. Zone 4 Walkabout tickets are priced at S$38 (Friday), S$118 (Saturday), and S$148 (Sunday). Zone 4 Empress Place wheelchair tickets are available for purchase in pairs at S$38 (Friday), S$58 (Saturday), and S$138 (Sunday) each.
This year's group booking scheme for the three largest grandstands – Bay, Padang and Pit – offers savings of up to 8% for fans who purchase four or more tickets in one booking. To enjoy greater savings, fans can pool together a group of eight or more and enjoy up to 15% off. Across all other grandstand categories, ticket prices have been lowered or remain the same as last year.
Hospitality sales are stronger than last year with Paddock Club, Green Room, Sky and Club Suites sold or close to sell-out in many locations. More figures will be available shortly.
2011 FORMULA 1 SINGTEL SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX tickets are available for sale online (www.singaporegp.sg), via the ticketing hotline +65 6738 6738 as well as at all SISTIC outlets.
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