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P!NK, Imagine Dragons named as 2019 F1 Grand Prix concert headliners

P!NK will perform at the Formula 1 2019 United States Grand Prix on Nov. 2. Imagine Dragons takes the stage Nov. 1.

AUSTIN, Texas — On Tuesday, Circuit of the Americas (COTA) announced the lineup for its concert series at the Formula 1 2019 United States Grand Prix this fall.

This year's artists will be P!NK and Imagine Dragons, taking the same stage once held by other world-renowned acts like Taylor Swift, Elton John, Britney Spears, Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake and Usher.

Rock band Imagine Dragons will be performing on Friday, Nov. 1, and pop sensation P!NK will perform on Saturday, Nov. 2.

Tickets for the Grand Prix, which is set for Nov. 1 through 3, will go on sale Tuesday, April 23, at 10 a.m. on TheCircuit.com.

“We’re thrilled to welcome P!NK and Imagine Dragons to the Super Stage for this year’s United States Grand Prix," said Bobby Epstein, founder and chairman of COTA. "COTA is proud to host such an exciting, non-stop weekend of entertainment, bringing together the best of racing, through Formula 1 USGP, and music in welcoming these internationally-renowned artists to the Live Music Capital of the World.”

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This year, COTA will again offer its rain plan guarantee. That means if it rains more than 1.5 inches within the 24-hour period leading up to the race, all three-day reserved seats purchased before Aug. 31 will get 105% of their ticket price back.

Three-day race tickets, which include access to both concerts along with other featured entertainment, start at $175. Sunday-only bleachers and Sunday-only Main Grandstand tickets will also be available, along with premium on-track viewing upgrades for both concerts.


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