📩 25/09/2023 12:58
The countdown has begun for the "V Weekend" festival, which will be the biggest festival in Turkey, hosted by Intercity Istanbul Park. The giant organization, for which all preparations have been completed, will open its doors to its visitors free of charge between 30 September and 1 October.
Intercity Istanbul Park is now ready for Turkey's largest and most comprehensive festival. Intercity Istanbul Park, which has one of the most prestigious racetracks in the world, will host the meeting of all sports branches from motor sports to football, cycling, running, athletics and ice hockey and entertaining experience areas for 2 days. In the organization where adrenaline and fun-filled activities will not stop even for a moment, there will be competitions in different branches, colorful shows and shows open to everyone's participation.
Visitors will have their fill of entertainment for 2 days
The following activities await visitors at the V Weeken Festival, which will be held in 2022 with the free participation of approximately 400 thousand visitors:
“Promotion stands of automobile and motorcycle brands, test drive areas, exhibitions, shows and taxi (co-drive) rides of motor sports teams and racing vehicles, stands of all Turkey's private automobile and off-road clubs and communities, automobile, motorcycle, off-road -sales and promotion stands of road-related products, equipment, accessories, drift, automobile and motorcycle acrobatics shows, taxi rides with racing cars on the formula 1 race track and dirt rally cross race track, sports areas where children and adults can experience many different sports, cycling , running, basketball, cross-fit, drone, e-gaming and sports competitions in many different branches, stands of sports clubs and communities, sports promotion and activity areas of brands that support sports, children's/family entertainment areas, animal-free circuses, simulators and e-games. gaming areas, food & beverage areas with food truck and street food concepts, DJ/music broadcasts and concerts.”