BBC TOP GEAR TEAM ANNOUNCED FOR FIRST EVER LIVE CAR SHOW IN HONG KONG
BBC TV Stars Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond will be joined by local celebrity, Marchy Lee for the first ever Top Gear Live arena show in Asia at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) from 20–22 February 2009.
Tickets for Top Gear Live, which boasts an indoor live action theatre, go on sale on Thursday 20th November 2008. Not only will tickets provide up to 90 action-packed minutes of breath taking stunts, amazing special effects and blockbusting driving sequences with some of the world’s best precision drivers; tickets (available from HK Ticketing) will also grant up-close-and-personal access to some rare marques and dream cars from Porsche, Lamborghini and Maserati to name a few in the Motoring Showcase .
For a limited period only, special ticket prices will be available. Tickets will be reduced from HK$288 down to HK$208 for standard tickets, HK$588 to HK$508 for premium tickets and HK$988 to HK$888 for VIP tickets. VIP tickets will include an exclusive back-stage tour and access to the VIP Champagne Lounge.
This experience of live motoring performance is one that car enthusiasts will not forget. Seven shows spanning across three days will be the last opportunity in the world to see the adaptation of BBC TV’s internationally acclaimed and multi award-winning show, Top Gear, comes to life on stage as the tour completes its journey across the globe in Hong Kong.
The show will re-enact some of the TV programme’s old favourites such as car football and The Cool Wall but it will also bring its own magic to the stage. Challenge is the fuel that charges Top Gear’s engine and this is beautifully demonstrated when a ninja takes on a car with Kung Fu in just one of the awesome acts the live show puts on in the arena.
Shell V-Power is confirmed as Global Title Sponsor of the Hong Kong leg of the Tour, with big names in the airline and media industry to be announced very shortly including BBC Knowledge.
(information provided by the organiser)