1. Infield Block Party

Located on Tunnel Road in the infield, the Infield Block Party is the place to be for nighttime entertainment. The Infield Block Party is home to live music, fireworks, kids activities, and much more. If you’re making a weekend out of it, then make sure to check out the Infield Block Party.

2. Halftime Party

One of the unique things about attending a race at Pocono Raceway is the halftime party that takes place in between Lap 60 and Lap 120. The party is located in Chalet Village, and features live music, so make sure to stop by and join in the fun.

3. Fan Fair

At the Fan Fair, you’ll find interactive displays, the Kids Zone, merchandise trailers, and much more. The Fan Fair is located behind the Grandstands, so stop by and see all it has to offer before the race.

4. Pocono 400

The Pocono 400 takes place in June and is a fantastic time to take in a race at the Pocono Raceway. Fans from all over the country come out to Long Pond for the Pocono 400, so don’t miss your chance to take part in the festivities.

5. Kids Zone

If you’re taking the kids to the race, then don’t miss taking them to the Kids Zone. The Kids Zone features a variety of kids activities including face painting, bounce houses, tricycle racing, and much more.

6. Track Tour

Those of you visiting Pocono Raceway between April and October should take advantage of the free track tours. The track tour is an excellent way to learn more about “The Trick Triangle” and is a can’t miss for any diehard racing fan.

7. ABC Supply 500

The ABC Supply 500 is your chance to catch IndyCar Series racing at the Pocono Raceway. The race is typically run in July or August and is an incredible race weekend for any diehard racing fan.

8. Pre-Race Pit Pass

Take the opportunity to tour Pit Road with a Pre-Race Pit Pass. The pass gives you unparalleled access to the pit making it a must for any diehard racing fan.

9. Tricky Triangle Club

Those of you who want to get the most exclusive pre-race access will want to get Tricky Triangle Club passes. Being a part of the Tricky Triangle Club not only provides you with a pre-race meal and a Pit Pass it also gives you the opportunity to be part of an exclusive driver Q& A session.

10. Pennsylvania 400

If the Pocono 400, isn’t enough NASCAR Cup Series action at Pocono Raceway for you, then make sure to be in attendance for the Pennsylvania 400 in August. Both races are must-see events for any NASCAR fan in the Pennsylvania area.

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