Organizers for the upcoming 2016 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix have declared that there are less than 500 Grandstand tickets still on the market. The fast-paced sale has led to even higher demand for the final remaining tickets.

The Abu Dhabi Season finale, to be held from November 25-27, 2016, is expected to feature the most star-studded entertainment to date. The weekend will host a mix of championship title races for F1, GP3, and GP2 Motorsports.

The event will also host a number of celebrity musical performances featuring the likes of Pitbull, Rihanna, The Chemical Brothers and Lionel Richie. Other features such as entrance to exclusive bars, clubs, and activity centers are also included in specific packages.

According to Gulf News, tickets for two of the arena's five Grandstands have already sold out, with tickets to the West and South Grandstands expected to sell out in days to come. These two-day tickets provide fans with access to the racing action, as well as the shows following the races.

In addition, it was stated that grandstand tickets allow fans to enter the Grand Prix' partnered restaurants, hotels, and clubs. These tickets will also serve as entrance to the arranged live music performances and other entertainment.

The North Grandstand is open to one-day ticket holders. The more family-friendly option provides fans with the longest view of the race. In addition, the North Grandstand is located near the Cultural and Heritage Village which feature kids' entertainment, which the tickets grant access to.

Furthermore, as stated by the Formula 1 Official Website, one-day tickets will provide access to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi and Yas Waterworld. Tickets will also grant access to the live musical performances and open ground concerts.

Ticket prices for the 2016 Grand Prix vary in accordance with seating, accommodation, and package inclusions. Packages for Saturday and Sunday have been declared sold out, while Friday tickets are still on sale starting at AED 1,439.