Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) will start its mega event by welcoming visitors to its Formula 1 Village vending area from March 28, Thursday.
The organizers for the first time has opened its early access for the public to the F1 village to enjoy off-track entertainment. Gates are scheduled to be open from 4 pm until 7 pm on Thursday night.
BIC has in store an array of family entertainment for all ages promising a memorable weekend ahead. The team at BIC hopes to render limitless fun and excitement to its visitors.
Fans are urged to book their seats for the mega event as the tickets in the main grandstand are sold out.
BIC’s attractions also include massive carnival rides and games, a haunted house, a kids’ activity zone and an army of roaming performers, plus so much more.
One of the highlights of Thursday’s line-up of activities takes fans away from the vending area into the heart of Formula 1 Pit Racing Lane.
Visitors who have purchased tickets for the three days, Friday to Sunday will be able to join the Formula 1 Pit Lane Walk scheduled from 5 p.m to 6.45 p.m on Thursday.
The fans also get a close-up look at the Formula 1 teams work in their garages and have chances to spot any of the star drivers as they prepare their cars for the race.
BIC F1 village has other attractions which includes the Ferris Wheel, Venetian Carousel,the Mummy’s Tomb haunted house and the F1 Fanzone along with a team of roaming performers which includes the Circolo Stilt-Walkers, The Dans, Dr. Bubbles, Rainbow Ballet, Tri-Colour Walkabout, Circus Parade, the Batucada Timba musicians, Steam Dancers, Men Alien, Walking Funfair, Rainbow Carnival and Steve and Tom circus entertainment