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Advent Health 400 Race Tickets

Get Kansas 400 tickets and see a great NASCAR motorsports event live. Kansas Speedway, located in Kansas City, KS, is home to two NASCAR Cup Series races each year. The racetrack is a 1.5-mile tri-oval with banking of 9-11 degrees on the front stretch and 17-20 degree banking on the four turns. In 2011, Kansas Speedway began holding a NASCAR race in the spring to compliment the Hollywood Casino 400 race date in the fall. The spring race was originally known as the STP 400. It first took place on June 5, 2011, and was won by Brad Keselowski. Keselowski along with Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch have all won the race multiple times.

Over the years, this race has changed names on several occasions. Due to sponsorship reasons, the 400-mile spring race has gone by several different names including the Spongebob Squarepants 400, Go Bowling 400 and Digital Ally 400. In 2021, Anheuser-Busch became the title sponsor of the race. The company held a "name the race" contest allowing fans to select the race name, which led to the event becoming the “Buschy McBusch Race 400.” Advent Health took over as title sponsor in 2022. See the top stars and cars of the NASCAR Cup Series at Kansas Speedway with Kansas 400 tickets from TicketSmarter!

Kansas 400 Ticket Prices

NASCAR is the most popular form of motorsport in the United States. This has created a high demand for NASCAR race tickets that will have an effect on Kansas 400 ticket prices. Other factors that can affect NASCAR ticket prices include the size of the track, seating capacity, seating location and which NASCAR series is competing in the race.

How much are Kansas 400 tickets?

NASCAR tickets will vary based on seating location at the track. Most NASCAR Cup Series races will have tickets starting in the $30 to $60 range. Xfinity Series tickets are cheaper with starting prices usually around $25 to $50. Attending a Camping World Truck Series race will be the cheapest of the three national touring series with tickets starting in the $15 to $40 range. Crown jewel race weekends like the Daytona 500, The Brickyard, Southern 500 and Coca-Cola 600 will usually have the highest demand for tickets.

When using the TicketSmarter virtual ticket office to select Kansas 400 tickets, fans should note that seats in the upper levels will be more expensive as they will provide a wider view of the track. Seats located further away from the start/finish line will be cheaper than those right on top of the start/finish line.

Kansas 400 Date & Racing Schedule

The Kansas 400 schedule will take place over a multi-day weekend. The NASCAR schedule for the three national series will begin in February at Daytona International Speedway and end in November at Phoenix Raceway. Cup Series races are typically held on Saturday night or on Sunday afternoons, while the Xfinity or Truck series events will take place on the days prior to the Cup race. The full weekend schedule will include practice sessions and qualifying prior to the race.

A three-day NASCAR Cup Series weekend will see practice on Friday and Saturday, qualifying on Saturday and then the race on Sunday. Two-day Cup Series weekend fits the practice, qualifying and race sessions into Friday and Saturday. The Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series will fit their practice and qualifying sessions in while the Cup Series is taking a break from on-track activity.

When do Kansas 400 tickets go on sale?

Kansas 400 tickets will go on sale shortly after NASCAR announces its season schedule for the upcoming year. NASCAR does not announce their schedule on a certain date, but it is usually released before the current season ends.

Kansas 400 Seating Chart

NASCAR’s national touring series race at a variety of tracks including speedways, superspeedways, short tracks and road courses. The seating capacity at each of these tracks varies with some holding just over 40,000 to others capable of holding well over 100,000 fans. Tracks will generally have a large grandstand on the front stretch and may have additional seating throughout other areas of the racetrack.

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