2011 Induction Ceremony
Monday, May 23 at 7pm
Ticket packages for the Induction Ceremony are:
• (SOLD OUT) $150 – NEW VIP Package includes a first-class seat at the Induction Ceremony, free admission to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, an invitation to the private Jacket Ceremony in the Belk High Octane Theater, a meet & greet with NASCAR celebrities and a first look at the new Hall of Honor exhibits Tuesday, May 24.
• $75 – Premium Seat PLUS an opportunity to purchase general admission to the NASCAR Hall of Fame for $14.95.
• $55 – Regular Seat PLUS an opportunity to purchase general admission to the NASCAR Hall of Fame for $14.95.
You might have missed your chance to mingle with Hollywood greats at the Oscars, but don’t miss out on your opportunity to experience Charlotte’s very own version of the star-studded, celebrity-filled night at the 2011 NASCAR Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. The ceremony takes place in the Charlotte Convention Center’s Crown Ballroom at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in the heart of uptown Charlotte.
2011 Induction Dinner
The NASCAR Hall of Fame will be hosting a dinner for the Inductees, their families, countless celebrities, NASCAR industry executives and local officials. This evening will be showcased by special presentations about each of the Inductees, honoring all they accomplished in their careers and solidifying their place in NASCAR history.
Meet the Men Who Made History
On Sunday, the NASCAR Hall of Fame will be presenting Inductee Fan Day! Come listen to 2011 Inductees – Bobby Allison, Ned Jarrett, Bud Moore and David Pearson – tell favorite stories about their careers.
- Adult $19.95
- Senior (60+) / Military $17.95
- Children (5-12) $12.95
Open daily 10 am-6 pm
Closed Christmas. Check calendar for holiday hours.
For further information on directions, discount tickets and more, please visit www.nascarhall.com
The 2011 NASCAR Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place on Monday, May 23 at 7 p.m. ET in the Charlotte Convention Center’s Crown Ballroom at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in uptown Charlotte, N.C. The highlight of this year’s event is the official induction of the 2011 Class of Inductees: Bobby Allison, Ned Jarrett, Bud Moore, David Pearson and Lee Petty.
However, the prestigious annual ceremony, which features presentations about each inductee from prominent members of the NASCAR community, will move from May to January starting in 2012.
“After holding the inaugural Induction Ceremony in May of 2010, we quickly decided a move to January would give this event a life of its own and would ensure the inductees garner the appropriate amount of attention from the fans, the media and the local community,” said NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France.
“We believe we can complement the star-studded main event with a full slate of activities that will draw fans from around the country. Race fans already flock to the Queen City in May and October. We plan to work with NASCAR, Charlotte Motor Speedway and the many motorsports businesses in the region to develop January into another must-visit time for the race fan and another opportunity for us to fill hotels, restaurants and attractions” said Tim Newman, chief executive officer of Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority.
“Getting inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame is a lifetime achievement for these legends,” said Winston Kelley, executive director of the NASCAR Hall of Fame. “The move to January ensures the spotlight is on them for this special honor.”
As a result of the schedule change, voting for the 2012 class will take place on June 14 inside the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Fans who purchase a ticket that day can attend this special event.
Source: Nascar Media