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Tickets for the Gumball 3000 Las Vegas Festival on Sale Today at 10 a.m. PDT

April 28, 2015 - LAS VEGAS, NV

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - April 28, 2015) - Tickets for the Gumball 3000 Las Vegas Festival went on sale today, April 28, at 10 a.m. PDT. Celebrating the finale of the supercar rally from Stockholm to Las Vegas, the two-day festival lineup, held at the MGM Resorts Village, May 29 and 30, will include deadmau5, Diplo, EVE, Bun B, The Alchemist, Cypress Hill's DJ Muggs & Tony Hawk.

The Gumball 3000 Festival will be an epic celebration as pop culture collides with counter-culture, with supercars, action sports and live performances by some of the hottest acts in electronic dance music (EDM) and hip hop.

On Friday May 29, fans will watch celebrity drivers cross the finish line at MGM Resorts Village after the six-day 3,000-mile road trip spanning two continents. After the engines are turned off, the music is turnt up with live performances from Gumball 3000 participants including The Alchemist, Bun B and worldwide EDM phenomenon deadmau5.

On Saturday May 30, fans get to witness the incredible Gumball 3000 car show, along with Tony Hawk and friends vert ramp demo, followed by Cypress Hill's DJ Muggs, Bun B, EVE and DJ Superstar Diplo performing live.

"Gumball 3000 is going to take over Las Vegas with a festival of supercars, action sports and music like you've never seen before," said Maximillion Cooper, Gumball 3000 founder.

The 17th annual Gumball 3000 takes place from May 23-30 with more than 100 vehicles participating in a seven-day, transcontinental driving tour from Stockholm to Las Vegas. The route includes stops in Oslo, Copenhagen and Amsterdam, before all vehicles and participants are transported by air to Reno, continuing on to San Francisco, Los Angeles and culminating in Las Vegas. The adventure is filled with exclusive parties and music concerts, and the rare circuit covers 3,000 miles of cultural contrasts and spectacular scenery -- driving across mountains, desert and California's Pacific Coast Highway.

Drivers represent over 30 nationalities including Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton, Baywatch icon David Hasselhoff, Grammy-winning rapper and actress EVE, DJ and producer The Alchemist, Motley Crüe's Tommy Lee, international supermodel and actor Tyson Beckford, The Expendables action hero Dolph Lundgren, skiing champion Jon Olsson, MythBusters' Tory Belleci, Guess supermodels Simone Holtznagel and Daniele Knudson, rapper Bun B, Fast 'N' Loud's Richard Rawlings, skateboard legend Tony Hawk and EDM megastars deadmau5 and Diplo alongside global heads of industry, Royal families and car enthusiasts.

In partnership with Christie's, the Gumball 3000 Foundation hosts charity auctions throughout the event, raising substantial sums of money to support multiple education -- and recreation -- focused projects around the world, giving underprivileged youth greater opportunities in life, ensuring that the legacy of Gumball 3000 is both positive and lasting. Charity partners include the Nelson Mandela Children's Fund and The Tony Hawk Foundation. In addition, the event has now achieved full carbon neutral status.

The Gumball 3000 entry grid showcases an incredible array of vehicles, from vintage classics to futuristic hybrid hypercars -- including Ferrari LaFerrari, Porsche 918 Spyder, Ferrari F50, Pagani Huayra, McLaren P1, Tesla Roadster, Jaguar E-Type, Knight Rider's KITT and even the DeLorean DMC 12 from Back to the Future.

Day tickets for the festival at MGM Resorts Village cost $40, and a weekend pass is $50. Doors for the event open at 3 p.m., with live music, skateboard demos, car displays and sponsor activations until 8 p.m., when artists take the stage until midnight. Tickets for the Gumball 3000 Las Vegas Festival can be purchased at

For more information on Gumball 3000, please visit or follow Gumball 3000 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

About Gumball 3000:

Gumball 3000, an annual 6-day international street rally, was created in 1999 by ex-racing driver, designer and British entrepreneur Maximillion Cooper. From Cooper's vision to combine cars, music, fashion and entertainment, a pop culture lifestyle brand of the future was born. Taking its name from a combination of Andy Warhol's commentary on pop culture and Cooper's fascination with the future around the turn of the century, the annual event has evolved into a weeklong festival hosted by global cities, closing off streets to organize music concerts, action sports demos and spectacular automotive displays.

By 2001, the rally was televised internationally to record audiences that gave rise to Gumball 3000 becoming a near-overnight sensation. The festival now achieves live crowds of a million people, and a televised and online audience that reaches over 60 million households in over 100 countries.

For more information on Gumball 3000, please visit or follow Gumball 3000 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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