Preakness Stakes Ticket Information
Preakness Stakes 2021 Schedule
- Friday – Black-Eyed Susan
- Saturday – Preakness Stakes + Preakness Live
- 2-Day Tickets Fri + Sat
Pimlico Park Racecourse hosts the Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the American Triple Crown for three-year-old Thoroughbreds, and the Baltimore, Maryland track puts on a great show with numerous entertainment options as well as top-class racing.
Known as “The People’s Race…The People’s Party,” the Preakness is a bucket-list item for any sports fan. In 2019, the Preakness weekend garnered $99.85 million in all-sources wagering. 2019 also boasted record crowds of 131,256 in attendance.
Getting Preakness Tickets can be easy, but getting good seats will be tough. Make sure to book early and get your seats to this exciting part of the Triple Crown season.
Preakness Live, a huge party that takes place inside the racing oval, features musicians and bands throughout the afternoon on two stages and is slated to feature DJ D-Nice, 2 Chainz & Jack Harlow in 2021. The 2021 version of the infield entertainment has been re-imagined in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, with social distancing and health & safety protocols in place.
The betting fare is strong – Preakness cards feature up to14 races – and momentum builds throughout the afternoon for the main event. Barring an unfortunate injury, the Kentucky Derby winner will be on hand attempting to move one step closer to Thoroughbred racing immortality three weeks later in the Belmont Stakes in New York.
The Preakness Stakes serves as the second leg of the Triple Crown, and is annually hosted by Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. Routinely featuring the best three-year-old colts in the country, along with the Kentucky Derby winner, this is a can’t-miss event for sports fans making Preakness Stakes tickets a must-have for horse players and party-goes alike.
Blocks of Preakness Stakes tickets are released at various parts of the year. They are cheapest upon initial release in October, and are sold (subject to availability) up until the day of the race in mid-May.
The Preakness Stakes is traditionally known as the “Run For The Black-Eyed Susans” but the Classic is also unofficially called “The People’s Party”. A block of Preakness Stakes tickets are traditionally sold for the MUG Club as well, which offers all you can drink beer. To illustrate just how big of a party this event becomes, all you need to know is that the mascot of the InfieldFest is called “Kegasus”.
Along with the 14-race program itself, Preakness Stakes tickets also grant guests the opportunity to enjoy some world class entertainment from various artists. In past years, Pimlico has welcomed headline acts such as Lorde, Maroon 5, Florida Georgia Line, Bruno Mars, Pitbull, Wyclef Jean, Kygo, Post Malone, Sam Hunt, Juice WRLD, the Chainsmokers, and many more top artists.
Preakness Stakes tickets are available from a wide range of vendors, including the official track itself.