Nashville, TN (Friday, February 26, 2021) – Race fans are getting yet another chance to get tickets for some of Nashville’s most anticipated events before the season starts in April. Many fans have already purchased their tickets for the July 17th Superstar Racing Experience and fans will be able to get their Opening Night tickets for the 64th Season of Asphalt Racing starting on Saturday morning. Next up, tickets for the 37th Running of the All American 400 and tickets for the return of the ARCA Menards Series East for the Music City 200 go on sale Monday morning. 


The 36th Running of the All American 400 saw one of the most exciting Super Late Model races in recent memory. Derrick Thorn and Carson Hocevar appeared to be the cars to beat before they tangled in turn one near the halfway point of the race. Following the caution, some believed Corey Heim would be the driver to beat, but engine failure sent him pitside with less than 100 laps to go. Eventually, Casey Roderick would find the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Winner Circle.


As part of the All American 400 weekend, the full slate of ¼-mile races kick things off. Each ¼-mile division, including Bandoleros, Legends, Front Runners, Pure Stocks, Street Stocks, and Limited Late Models will decide their champions during the Friday night portion of the weekend. Last year, nearly every division came down to the final race of the year.


All American 400 tickets will be available starting at 10:00 am on Monday, March 1st..  Adult tickets are just $15 for Friday night, $20 for Saturday night, and $25 for Sunday’s All American 400. Senior Citizens and current or retired Military personnel receive a $3 discount per day. Kid’s tickets, ages six to twelve, are only $5 each day. The 2021 All American 400 weekend runs Thursday, October 28th through Sunday, October 31st. 


Also going on sale Monday are tickets to the ARCA Menards East Series’ Music City 200. Scheduled for Saturday, May 8th, the youth movement en route to the NASCAR stage invades Nashville for a thrilling 200 lap contest around America’s Favorite Short Track. Also on the event line-up for May 8th is the North/South Super Late Model Challenge, featuring the Southern Super Series, Champion Racing Association, and CARS Tour sanctions. Plus, the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and NFS Regulars will battle in a 100 lap Pro Late Model showdown.


Online tickets for Adults are just $25, Seniors and Military are $22, and Children are just $10. 


Watch for more information on additional ticket offers at and follow Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway on Facebook and Twitter @RaceFairgrounds.


Story – Zach Hiser, Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway

Photo – John Lund