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Entertainment schedule at Le Mans 24h

The week-long festival in the French city is so much more than the mother of all Endurance races - this is what you can expect by way of entertainment at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

One of the most famous motoring gatherings in the world has something to cater for everyone. Concerts by international artists, parades, a funfair and much more make up the festival vibe that descends on the stunning medieval town of Le Mans.

Whether you’re a racing fan or not, you will be entertained.

As you will see in the schedule below, there’s never a dull moment in the entire six days of fun!

    LE MANS 24H SCHEDULE (Tuesday to Sunday)

    Check out the full six-day schedule of the 24 Hours of Le Mans 2023.


      Apart from the music there are plenty of fun activities to keep everyone entertained, both on and off the track. We’ve picked out just a few of our top picks - you don’t want to miss these!

      Drivers’ Parade (Saturday - 14:00)

      The ancient streets of Le Mans will be lined with adoring fans on Saturday afternoon as the drivers make their way through the town, showing off cars both old and new. Make sure you get down early to secure a good spot!

      Autograph Sessions (Tuesday - 16:00 & 18:00)

      There will be two opportunities to get the autographs of your favourite drivers, both of them on Tuesday 6 June. The first will be at the track at 16:00 and the second in the city centre two hours later at 18:00.

      The Legends of The Race (Friday - 19:30)

      This is an old school Le Mans race, which will see the French air force put on a flying display overhead in the build up to the race. It is also the perfect opportunity to witness firsthand the famous “Le Mans Start'' to a race. This is where the drivers start on the other side of the track and sprint across the tarmac to their cars to begin the race. Deemed too dangerous for the modern day Le Mans 24h, this is the only way to see the iconic racing tradition.

      Track open to the public (Tuesday - 13:00)

      The chance to walk on the famous tarmac of the Circuit de la Sarthe is a rare privilege indeed. Walk the track on the Tuesday before the race to get up and close to some 100-year old motoring heritage.

      Fan Zone (Everyday - check schedule for opening times)

      Fun for all the family will be on site throughout the six days of the schedule. This is where you will feel the strong festival vibe, with free activities, virtual reality experiences, racing simulators, freebies, food trucks from across the world and much more!


        We’ve been through the packed six-day schedule and pulled out the music acts that everyone will want to see this year at the Le Mans 24h! Who are you most looking forward to seeing at Le Mans? 

        Zazie (Wednesday - 20:00)

        The French singer and her crew will head to Le Mans as part of their ‘Air Tour’, featuring new release ‘Let It Shine’ and new project Aile-P. With a career spanning over 30 years, the singer is French music royalty. Her song ‘Speed’ reached number two in the national charts and she regularly appears on television, recently as a coach for the French version of The Voice.

          Razorlight (Thursday - 20:35)

          Razorlight shot to fame in the early noughties with their debut album ‘Up All Night’, which sold 1.2 million copies. Their second album, ‘Razorlight’ sold almost 1.6 million. The hit single ‘America’ went to number one in the UK, while seven other releases have made it into the top 20. Among these were the songs ‘Somewhere Else’, ‘Golden Touch’ and ‘In The Morning’. The band reformed in 2021 and their new singles, ‘Call Me Junior' and 'You Are Entering The Human Heart' offer a fresh direction for the British band.

            Bob Sinclar (Friday - 21:30)

            An artist who needs no introductions, and the second French artist in the line-up, Bob Sinclair had produced some of the most recognisable international party anthems of the last 20 years, including the hit singles, ‘Love Generation’, ‘World Hold On’ and ‘Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)’. The Grammy-nominated, Paris-born producer is all set to rock the Friday night party in Le Mans. Morgan Nagoya will also be opening for the main event, and he will be on the decks from 20h!

              Mika (Saturday - 20:00)

              Grace Kelly’ was Mika's first commercially successful hit, featuring on his debut album, ‘Life In Cartoon Motion’, which debuted at number one in the United Kingdom and 11 other countries. The Lebanese-born singer followed this initial success with two more platinum albums, ‘The Origin of Love’ and ‘No Place in Heaven’. He has been nominated for numerous Grammys, as well as MTV Europe Music Awards, Capital Radio Awards, and World Music Awards. Mika also won a Brit Award for Best British Breakthrough Act.