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The Superloop Adelaide 500 will kickstart the 2020 Supercars Championship this weekend.
Running from Thursday 20 until race-day on Sunday 23 February, the event will feature four days of action both on and off-track, as well as several huge headline concerts across three days.
The official race, and final on-track event, will get underway at 3.20pm on Sunday at the Adelaide Street Circuit.
The main Supercars race takes place in the afternoon on the final day, but there is still a hectic schedule lined up across all four days, which can be found here.
Practice sessions will take place on both the Thursday and Friday, with Qualifying getting underway on Saturday and concluding Sunday.
The Supercars Drivers Parade will also take place at 10am on Sunday.
The Stadium Super Trucks will make a triumphant return in 202o, with these massive beasts ready to wow fans across all four days, including the precursor to the main race on Sunday, and opening the on-track action on Thursday.
All ticket holders to the Superloop Adelaide 500 will be able to attend the after-race concert on their chosen day, and with so many huge names, you’ll definitely want to stick around.
The Hilltop Hoods will play their only South Australian show this year at the Superloop Adelaide 500, headlining the main stage on Sunday 23 February.
The hip hop act will be supported by Illy and rising Aussie artist G-Flip.
More Aussie acts take to the stage as iconic singer-songwriter Pete Murray and pop band Sheppard headline on Saturday (22 February) night.
It will be the second time Sheppard have performed at the event, after entertaining a sold-out Adelaide crowd in 2018.
Rockers Grinspoon will take over on Friday 21 February, supported by both Sneaky Sound System and The Superjesus.
There is so much going on off the track across all four days to keep both young and old entertained for the whole weekend.
The City of Adelaide Family Zone will be humming, hosting everything from The Big Wedgie to face painting, racing simulators, car displays, and plenty more that the kids will love.
There will be several autograph sessions with Supercars drivers, and don’t miss the insane feats of Moto X Step Up as the best stunt riders put on a display. This is the only place outside of America’s X Games to see these daredevils in action.
Your head will be in the clouds on Saturday and Sunday with awesome aerial displays taking place each day, and you can even check out the Tracks of the World display, showcasing the very best motorsport tracks from across the globe.
The Superloop Adelaide 500 will take over Adelaide Parklands Circuit from Thursday 20 February until Sunday 23 February. Tickets are now available from Ticketmaster.com.au.