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Mint 400 Partners with Las Vegas-based Festival Production Company

Really trying to step up our VIP/Hospitality game and overall experience this year. This year, we've partnered with Las Vegas-based festival production company, Production Theory, to provide an innovative food and beverage experience for the duration of the event.

Production Theory specializes in creating and producing large-scale experiential events and festivals. Based in Las Vegas, Production Theory is the parent entity of Motley Brews, which produces craft beer festivals in Nevada and Southern California, including the Great Vegas Festival of Beer, the state's largest craft beer festival. Other signature Motley Brews events include Downtown Brew Festival in Las Vegas, Brew & Food Festival in San Diego and Pasadena Octoberfest.

To purchase VIP/Hospitality Passes, click here.

*All VIP Passes include complimentary food & alcohol.*

PIT CREW CHALLENGE VIP HOSPITALITY PASS -- $125.00
Enjoy our complimentary craft and domestic beer offerings, wine and cocktails at the Mint 400 Racer Bar, culinary dishes prepared by underground Las Vegas chefs and access to the Baja Taco and Beer Garden. Pit Crew Challenge VIP’s will have access to exclusive seating with main stage views front and center, air conditioned restrooms, phone charging stations, and exclusive entertainment.

CONTINGENCY LOUNGE VIP HOSPITALITY PASS -- $150.00
Take a break from the Odyssey battery Mint 400 Contingency in the heart of the Downtown Las Vegas and indulge at The Mint 400 Contingency Lounge. Enjoy complimentary craft and domestic beer offerings, wine and cocktails at the Mint 400 Racer Bar, food prepared by underground Las Vegas chefs and access to the Baja Taco and Beer Garden. Contingency Lounge VIP’s will have access to exclusive seating with main stage views front and center, private restrooms, phone charging stations, and exclusive entertainment.

RACE DAY SKYBOX VIP HOSPITALITY PASS -- $200.00
Enjoy race day in ultimate style with The Mint 400 VIP Hospitality Skybox. Take in panoramic views of racers screaming through the brand new short course style in-field, the infamous Primm “dyke jump”, and a massive tabletop “flying finish”. Sip on our complimentary craft and domestic beer offerings, wine and cocktails at the open bar and enjoy food from the menus of some of Las Vegas’ finest underground chefs.

Mint 400 Skybox VIP’s will have access to shaded seating with panoramic track views, air conditioned restrooms, phone charging stations, and exclusive parking access right next to the spectator area. Bottom line: the VIP Skybox is the best way to experience The Mint 400. Skybox Passes also include a 2017 Mint 400 merchandise package for each guest.

ALL ACCESS VIP HOSPITALITY PASS -- $450.00
Want to go all in? A limited number of All Access VIP Hospitality Passes will be available for the 2017 Mint 400 to get you every Mint 400 VIP event. All Access VIP Hospitality Passes include:

-VIP/Hospitality Access to the Pit Crew Challenge VIP Hospitality Area
-VIP/Hospitality Access to The Mint 400 Contingency Lounge
-VIP/Hospitality Access to The Mint 400 VIP Hospitality Skybox
 
...............because GOLF is currently kicking our ass.. And we promise we won't make you wear Devereux polo shirts...

 
When do sign-ups open for the mint ?


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Are you on BITD's current mailing list? To my knowledge, entry forms were mailed out on Wednesday and should be getting to all of you very soon. I cannot release a digital copy for you to print until the entry forms start hitting their database, at which BITD will give me the okay to do so..


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Big Hock

Bababooey!!!
I can't afford $450 and would like to watch the race for free. How can I go about doing that?


Goddamn you guys are getting greedy.
 

TROPHYSEDAN

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im trying to find the list so l can get a entry form.
 
I can't afford $450 and would like to watch the race for free. How can I go about doing that?

Goddamn you guys are getting greedy.
You drive to Jean, park for free at Gold Strike and take the shuttle. You'll also have to bring your own food.
This. If you don't want to pay to park to access the Start/Finish line, you can park on the front side of the Primm Valley Resort & Casinos for free (would recommend getting there early) or park at the Gold Strike in Jean and take one of our shuttles in the any spectator area you wish. Or you may drive your vehicle in (and spectate for free) but it's $25.00 to park.

We're greedy because we're making an effort to provide our fans with a better experience? To raise the standard of a component of our event? Damned if you do, damned if you don't. If you want to watch the race for free, why would you even consider our HIGHEST level VIP package and act like that's the only way to watch the race. I've never bought a VIP pass to any music festival I've been to but I still got to hear the bands play. Sounds like you're just looking for a fight..
 

Jack

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Sounds like a good thing to me. I've wondered why no one did this before. Great place for sponsors to get to view the action and stay clean and comfortable. Question $450? They way I read it is the $200 package gets you everything?
 
Sounds like a good thing to me. I've wondered why no one did this before. Great place for sponsors to get to view the action and stay clean and comfortable. Question $450? They way I read it is the $200 package gets you everything?
Especially with alcohol and food included.

$200 is for raceday specifically.

$450 is all access to pit crew challenge VIP, contingency lounge and race day. 3 events.


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Zac Reish

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To be clear I think it is great what you are doing in making it a main attraction and/or a festival like event. However, the bands that make people want to go to the festival are not paying $2,500 to stand up and play their music.

It would be truly awesome if this event could become so popular and create so much revenue that the entry was eliminated and the racers had to be invited based on their ranking.
 
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Is the race day skybox family friendly?
Yes, it will be kid friendly (I think? - I don't have kids). If you were in our VIP in years past, I we had a separate area for kids to play. I don't think we will do that this year, but it will be a great place to hang out and meet people. Alcohol is free so....
 
To be clear I think it is great what you are doing in making it a main attraction and/or a festival like event. However, the bands that make people want to go to the festival are not paying $2,500 to stand up and play their music.

It would be truly awesome if this event could become so popular and create so much revenue that the entry was eliminated and the racers had to be invited based on their ranking.
Yes, that would be truly awesome.
 

vegasloki

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To be clear I think it is great what you are doing in making it a main attraction and/or a festival like event. However, the bands that make people want to go to the festival are not paying $2,500 to stand up and play their music.

It would be truly awesome if this event could become so popular and create so much revenue that the entry was eliminated and the racers had to be invited based on their ranking.
Unless the act/acts booked want to work cheaper than they normally would the economics won't scale to cover the cost of entry for everyone. You'd need Beyonce/Kanye/U2/Springsteen types to scale those numbers and they aren't going to do any givebacks to cover your entry. In the touring world for that level of artist the bulk of the money goes to the artist's touring company to pay the artist and production, the cost for the event comes off the top and the promoter is left with perhaps the smallest share of all. That's why you see big acts package tours with AEG or Live Nation who promote the entire tour and primarily use buildings they own or have good deals with. Smaller acts won't be able to generate enough revenue to come anywhere close to covering race costs.
 
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