Local Area EventsListing Calendar
Classic 24 Hour Race-November 12-16, 2014
Historic Sportscar Racing presents the inaugural CLASSIC 24 HOUR RACE AT DAYTONA. A race dedicated to cars that have raced in the DAYTONA endurance races of the past. High speed, high banks and a long night. Competitors and fans alike will experience the first classic 24 hour race of its kind in North America with 6 period correct race groups competing on a rotating schedule. Open to all significant sports cars from 1961-2010.
National Youth Football Championship November 27-29
The National Youth Football Championships (NYFC) will host their 42nd annual event in Daytona Beach during the American Thanksgiving Weekend, November 27-29. These games will be held throughout the area in select high school/professional football facilities, giving each attendee the feel for playing in a big game location.
The NYFC Eastern Division is expected to host roughly 65 youth football teams, and 15 cheer squads from across North America, and will bring over 4,000 total attendees.
Daytona 500- February 22
The Great American Race- February 16-22, 2015Since 1959, its proven that year after year, lap after lap, this is the race that creates more memories, more hall-of-fame moments and more believers in the power of racing dreams than any other.If youve never been, the DAYTONA 500 is the one race that will make you believe theres no greater feeling than being here.
Coke Zero 400- July 2-6, 2015
Enjoy the fireworks on and off the track as the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads to Daytona to celebrate Independence Day holiday weekend.NOTE: The Coke Zero has been moved for 2015 to Sunday. (2016 Race will be Saturday again)
Bike Week March 6-15, 2015
Bike Week makes the Daytona Beach area synonymous with world-class motorcycle rallies and other two-wheel events. Dubbed the Worlds Largest Motorcycle Event, Bike Week is a 10-day event filled with high-octane street festivals, concerts, motorcycle races, bike shows, rallies, manufacturer showcases and much more. The event was established more than seven decades ago and has grown into a crowd of over 500,000 motorcyclists who make it an annual pilgrimage.