QUEENS, NY. (June 29, 2018) – Starting on July 13th, ticket for spectators, race tech cards, and preferred parking for HDAY Fall 2018 presented by BC at Maryland International on September 15 and 16 will be available for purchase online.
Spectators from around the world who purchase tickets online will be able to save time at the event and use a designated gate for online ticket holders instead of waiting in line to purchase tickets at the gate.
Preferred parking will be available for spectators who would like to park close to the main entrance. There are only a limited amount of preferred parking spaces available. All makes and models are welcome to park in the preferred parking lot and tickets will be available for purchase starting July 13th.
Racers of Hondas and Acuras will be able to purchase tech cards for all drag racing classes that will allow for entry through a designated gate to avoid having to wait in line at the main gate.
The links to purchase spectator tickets, race tech cards, and preferred parking will be available on GOHDAY.com.
The car show is open to all Hondas and Acuras and all general car show tickets will only be available for purchase at the gate during the event. Car show competitors who would like to register for a chance to park in the VIP area of the car show will be able to submit entries starting on August 1st. The link for VIP registration will be posted on GOHDAY.com and social media pages including the Instagram page @officialhday.
Originated in 2002, HDAY events are the World’s largest gatherings of Honda and Acura enthusiasts. The events are family friendly and include drag racing, car show, vendors, giveaway car, and stage entertainment.
For further event information, please visit: http://www.gohday.com
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