MGM Resorts International has shared new details surrounding the Bellagio Fountain Club, which will take center stage during the Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix with special events and experiences before, during and after the race, November 16-18.
Throughout the weekend, the Las Vegas Grand Prix Winner’s Stage at the Bellagio Fountain Club will be home to performances by entertainers before welcoming the race’s top drivers for post-race commentary on Saturday night. Once the checkered flag is waved and cars cross the finish line, the first, second and third-place drivers will head to the Las Vegas Grand Prix Winner’s Stage at the Bellagio Fountain Club for post-race interviews.
The venue also announced the addition of chefs José Andrés, Christina Tosi, Alain Ducasse and Rainer Becker to its culinary lineup. The Bellagio Fountain Club will bring fans even closer to the track via a Dolby Vision viewing experience powered by LG OLED evo TVs.
Newly added to Bellagio Fountain Club’s lineup of chefs include José Andrés, Christina Tosi, Alain Ducasse and Rainer Becker. Andrés, Tosi, Ducasse and Becker join Mario Carbone, David Chang, Michael Mina, Masaharu Morimoto, Bryan and Michael Voltaggio and Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Chefs will rotate throughout the three days, introducing new menus daily. A team of mixologists and sommeliers will curate an open bar of signature cocktails and specialty wines throughout the race. The Bellagio Fountain Club will open nightly beginning at 6 p.m.
Guests will be completely immersed in the action as the race comes alive through an exclusive live feed delivered via the Club in Dolby Vision. The experience will be powered by eighty LG OLED evo TVs featuring Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.
The Bellagio Fountain Club will offer proximity to the racetrack from an elevated, centralized location on Bellagio’s signature lake. From the Bellagio Fountain Club’s rooftop hospitality deck, guests can enjoy views of Bellagio’s Fountains juxtaposed with the F1 cars zooming up Las Vegas Boulevard.