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Ally 400: What to know about NASCAR’s return to Nashville Superspeedway

Are you race weekend ready? From ticket options to a pre-race country concert, we’re sharing what to know before NASCAR’s big weekend in Lebanon.

Ross Chastain stands on top of a blue race car in his uniform while strumming a guitar. Confetti is falling all around and other drivers are cheering him on.

Plus: Head to the souvenir trailers to secure a wristband for NASCAR driver autograph sessions. | Photo provided by Nashville Superspeedway

The Ally 400 returns to Nashville Superspeedway for the fourth consecutive year this weekend as part of NASCAR’s 2024 Cup Series.

The Sunday main event marks the end of a full race weekend that includes the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Rackley Roofing 200 (Friday, June 28) and the NASCAR XFINITY Series Tennessee Lottery 250 (Saturday, June 29).

Check out all ticket options, including a new college ticket bundle, kid’s package, and premium options. Upgrade your Ally 400 experience with a $75 Pre-Race Track Pass, which allows you front stage access to watch Tim Dugger’s concert.

Of course, it wouldn’t be race weekend without tailgating. Keep these tips in mind:

  • Bring only what can fit in your car (no trailers allowed). This includes portable grills, share tends, coolers, and other essentials.
  • Tailgating accessories must be put up and secured before heading over to the track.

Bookmark the full schedule for fireworks, a track walk, and race start times.