North Carolina.......Start your Christmas - NASCAR style!

Speedway Christmas has returned to Charlotte Motor Speedway, and it’s bigger and better than ever!  The ninth edition of Charlotte’s spectacular drive-through light show features more than 3.5 million lights over a remarkable,3.75-mile course that includes most of the oval as well as the infield and the ROVAL™! But you can do more than just look  – listen, too! Tune into 101.3 FM to enjoy Christmas music as you take in illuminated Christmas displays.

The family-friendly Christmas Village – open Thursday-Sunday and all Christmas week, except for Christmas Day – includes an all-new 50ft Ferris wheel in addition to family favorites like Bethlehem village, photos with Santa, fun foods, games, fire pits for s’mores roasting and more.

As an added bonus, cozy up to FOX 46 WJZYMovie Nights on the giant Speedway TV every Thursday-Sunday. Come see the most awe-inspiring, Christmas-themed drive-in theatre around!

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VILLAGE OPEN PRICE: Thursday-Sunday Nights
Thursday & Sunday: $25 per car (max 10); $50 per van (max 36); $175 bus (max 57)
Friday & Saturday: $30 per car (max 10); $50 per van (max 36); $175 bus (max 57)

VILLAGE CLOSED PRICE: Monday-Wednesday Nights
$20 per car (max 10); $40 per van (max 36 people); $140 per bus (max 57 people)

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Discounts at Speedway Christmas

  • Military/First Responders/Educator Discount: $5 off

  • Bring a bottle or can from a Coca-Cola product and receive a $5 discount on purchases at the gate. One discount per car good any night

  • Show your AAA Carolinas membership card on Tuesday nights and receive a $5 discount on purchases at the gate

  • Bring an unwrapped toy for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department toy drive each Thursday night and receive a $5 discount on purchases at the gate

Express Pass: Add $20 to above pricing. This allows you to skip the line to enter.

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Speedway Christmas movie schedule

Movies will begin at 6:30 p.m., with a second showing immediately after. Tune to 105.1 FM to listen.

Nov. 18 “Home Alone”
Nov. 22-25 “The Santa Clause”
Nov. 29- Dec. 2 “The Polar Express”
Dec. 6-9 “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”
Dec. 13-16 “The Star”
Dec. 20 – 24 – “Frosty’s Winter Wonderland, Mickey’s Christmas Carol, The Grinch (1966)”
Dec. 26 – 30 – “Home Alone”