Tickets for the 2020 Breeders’ Cup World Championships will go on sale to the public Mar. 9 at 9:00 a.m. EST, the Breeders’ Cup announced Tuesday. The 37th running of the Breeders’ Cup will return to historic Keeneland Race Course in Lexington, Kentucky Friday, Nov. 6 and Saturday, Nov. 7.
The 2020 World Championships marks the second time that the event will be held at Keeneland following its inaugural running at the venue in 2015, which was widely praised as one of the best in the event’s history. On the heels of the successful 2015 debut, anticipation and demand for tickets to the 2020 event are expected to be high and tickets are likely to sell out quickly.
Fans are encouraged to visit BreedersCup.com/2020 now to review available seating options and pricing and to be prepared to purchase tickets starting at 9:00 a.m. ET Mar. 9. As with all major events that have strong demand for tickets, longer than normal wait and queue times are anticipated during the first few hours of the March 9 on-sale date. It is strongly recommended that fans utilize the online purchasing system via BreedersCup.com to purchase tickets. Fans will be placed into a queue in order received and will be allotted time to make their purchase.
Event attendance will again be capped at 45,000 to ensure an enhanced on-track experience for all attendees. To further elevate the experience for all fans and participants, Breeders’ Cup and Keeneland will invest over $10.5 million in the coming months to expand luxury seating areas.
Available single-day ticket prices range from $40 to $440 on Friday, and $60 to $590 on Saturday. Two-day packages available for purchase range from $325 to $1,780. All tickets will be sold in advance of the event. No tickets will be sold on event days at the racetrack.
Based on the successful 2015 transportation plan, the Breeders’ Cup will again offer a Park-and-Ride program from three local destinations to Keeneland on event days. Parking on-site at Keeneland will be extremely limited and only available to those with official pre-paid parking credentials. All others will be turned away at the gates and directed to a Park-and-Ride facility. For more information fans can visit the Plan Your Visit section of the Breeders’ Cup website.
The 37th running of the Breeders’ Cup World Championships will be televised live by NBC Sports Group.