It's almost Coke Zero Sugar 400 weekend, which means it's your chance to make memories with friends and family at the summer's biggest celebration! Enjoy the largest fireworks display in the region, $20 kids seats, free UNOH Fanzone access and more. It’s no wonder why race day at DAYTONA makes for an Independence Day weekend unlike any other. With so many things to do, check out this list of fun activities for kids and adults alike as you explore Daytona International Speedway.
FREE UNOH Fanzone Access
Children under the age of 12 are admitted FREE into the UNOH Fanzone throughout the weekend, when accompanied by a paid adult, and will have no shortage of activities to experience!
Get up close to all of the action with driver appearances, live music, concessions, a giant jumbotron, kids area and much more!
Driver Autograph Sessions & Appearances
Every young race fans looks for the opportunity to meet their heroes and fill out their autograph books. Take advantage of several opportunities to do so while you’re inside the UNOH Fanzone - the best place to run into your favorite drivers. This year, autograph sessions include active NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers and heroic Medal of Honor recipients – both located under the FPL Solar Patio inside UNOH Fanzone. Driver appearances will happen throughout the facility, UNOH Fanzone and Midway, with a majority held on the main stage inside the UNOH Fanzone.
- June 5 @ 4:30pm: NASCAR Xfinity Series Autograph Session
- July 6 @ 3:45pm: Medal of Honor Recipients Autograph Session
Motorsports Hall of Fame of America
For the passionate young race fan in your life, there’s The Motorsports Hall of Fame of America. Located in the Tickets and Tours Building at Daytona International Speedway, the MSHFA offers a vivid journey through the history of motorsports.
Watch as your kids can explore every motorsports you could imagine: stock cars, sports cars, motorcycles, open-wheel, drag racing, off-road, powerboat, land and water speed record chasing – plus aviation. Be sure to save with great deals for those with a race ticket.
Special Event Pricing:
Children (6-12): $5.00
Children (5 and younger): Free
Guests with that day’s race admission ticket: $5.00
Historic Military Vehicles Display
Returning this year is a collection of historic military vehicles inside UNOH Fanzone! All weekend long, check out a number of historic vehicles spanning several decades of military history, all located near the FPL Solar Patio.
The pre-race track walk is a unique tradition that you won’t want the kids to miss out on. Watch as they make their way up the famous DAYTONA banking and make a memory that will last a lifetime by signing the start/finish line. They’ll fall in love with the sport as they experience the famous surface from a completely different, hands-on perspective. UNOH Fanzone access is required for adults, but FREE for all kids 12 and under, and includes an up-close view of the pre-race concert featuring Warner Music Nashville recording artist Michael Ray.
Gatorade Victory Lane
Over the course of the weekend, Gatorade Victory Lane provides a unique opportunity to see the Coke Zero Sugar 400 trophy up close. You and your children can pose for a photo with the trophy just like the next DAYTONA champion.
Massive Fireworks Show
After the Coke Zero Sugar 400 is over, the excitement really lights up with one of the largest fireworks shows in the southeast. Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind display that makes for the perfect end to an Independence Day weekend unlike any other.
For more to do during Coke Zero Sugar 400 weekend, be sure to check out the full event schedule.
Don’t miss out on all of this exciting action of Summer's Biggest Celebration. Enhance your race day experience today by upgrading to UNOH Fanzone/Pre-Race Access today! To order, go online now or call 1-800-PITSHOP today.
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