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The Gumball 3000 ends in Las Vegas with music, cars and parties

Eve, Deadmau5, Diplo and more plan to perform for this supercar rally

The Gumball 3000 will make its way from Stockholm to Las Vegas with more than 100 vehicles driving in the seven-day, transcontinental tour. The supercar rally ends in Las Vegas with a two-day festival at the MGM Resorts Village on Friday, May 29, and Saturday, May 30, with appearances by deejays Deadmau5 and Diplo, rapper Eve, Cypress Hill’s DJ Muggs and skateboarder Tony Hawk.

The party starts on Friday when celebrity drivers cross the finish line at MGM Resorts Village after the 3,000-mile road trip spanning two continents. Live performances from Gumball 3000 participants including The Alchemist, rapper Bun B and Deadmau5 take place. Then on Saturday, fans can walk through a car show, Tony Hawk and his friends show off during a vert ramp demo, and DJ Muggs, Bun B, Eve and deejay Diplo perform.
 
Cars in this rally travel through Oslo, Copenhagen and Amsterdam before all the vehicles and participants fly to Reno, drive to San Francisco, then Los Angeles and end up in Las Vegas. Parties and concerts line the route.

Drivers represent more than 30 nationalities and include Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton, “Baywatch” actor David Hasselhoff, Grammy-winning rapper and actress Eve, deejay and producer The Alchemist, Motley Crüe's Tommy Lee, model and actor Tyson Beckford, “The Expendables” action hero Dolph Lundgren, skiing champion Jon Olsson, Tory Belleci of “ Myth Busters,” Guess supermodels Simone Holtznagel and Daniele Knudson, among others.

The cars in this rally range from vintage classics to futuristic hybrid hypercars. Look for a Ferrari LaFerrari, Porsche 918 Spyder, Ferrari F50, Pagani Huayra, McLaren P1, Tesla Roadster, Jaguar E-Type, KITT from “Knight Rider”and even the DeLorean DMC 12 from “Back to the Future.”

Day tickets for the festival at the MGM Resorts Village start at $40, and a weekend pass goes for $50.

Info: Gumball 3000

 

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