Grand Prix Carnival at Wynn Palace

  • 29-OCT-2021

A fun-filled event to promote Macau's "Tourism + Sports" culture for the entire community

Macau, October 29, 2021 In an effort to bring the local community together to experience the excitement of the Grand Prix, Wynn is hosting "Grand Prix Carnival at Wynn Palace". Admission is free into the carnival, which will take place across two consecutive weekends on November 12-14 and 19-21, at the lawn adjacent to the South Entrance of Wynn Palace Cotai.

Children and adults can look forward to a variety of entertaining and engaging activities. The carnival will feature a fun-filled day of meet-the-Grand Prix drivers' sessions, car racing sports for kids, a photo corner, game booths and exciting stage performances. Visitors are also welcome to enjoy delicious food, sports-themed art, cultural activities and more at the carnival.

Supported by the Macau Sports Bureau, "Grand Prix Carnival at Wynn Palace" coincides with the 68th Macau Grand Prix set to take place from November 19-21. In addition to all of the exciting events on offer, Wynn hopes to further promote the culture and knowledge of sports racing, while also offering a fun and relaxing atmosphere at the carnival for children and adults to enjoy their time together.  To really experience the adrenaline of the annual Macau Grand Prix, visitors will also have the chance to take a close look at Grand Prix cars and watch live stream action of the races at the carnival.

As part of Wynn's initiative to promote the community's sports culture and the Macau Grand Prix, "Grand Prix Carnival at Wynn Palace" aims to inject more positive energy into the community, enhance social and economic benefits and attract more visitors to Macau – all in an effort to boost Macau tourism and the economy. Stringent pandemic prevention measures will also be implemented and strictly enforced at the carnival. All participants must wear masks, undergo body temperature checks and present a "Macao Health Code" that is valid on the day of their visit to the carnival. These measures are designed to protect visitors and to promote Macau as a healthy, safe and quality destination for travel.