The Grand Tour Opens Guest List For Southern Californian Filming

The guest list has opened for The Grand Tour’s upcoming studio recording in the United States.

A couple of weeks ago, the show headed by Clarkson, Hammond and May, filmed its first studio segment in Johannesburg, South Africa. On the 25th of September, The Grand Tour crew will bring their tent to Southern California, offering local fans a once in a lifetime chance to see the show to come life.

Only U.S. residents over 18 years of age are permitted to apply for the show and can apply from now until midnight on August 8. It isn’t yet known how many tickets are on offer.

Details about the show are limited at this stage but we do know the first season will consist of 12 episodes and be followed up by at least two other seasons. Amazing cars will be a aplenty.

No air date has been announced but expect to see the first episodes screening on Amazon Prime before the end of the year. Get your tickets here.


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