By the Numbers: Food Lion Speed Street presented by Coca-Cola

June 03, 2013

JHE has had the honor of producing and promoting Food Lion Speed Street presented by Coca-Cola since 1996. The three-day festival delivers an unprecedented consumer event offering live entertainment, access to racing’s brightest stars and interactive displays from sponsors including Food Lion, Coca-Cola, Chevrolet and many more. 


Take a look at the 19-year-old event by the numbers: 

  • The event debuted in 1995.
  • In 18 years of the event, approximately 7.2 million people have attended.
  • Approximately 4,800 feet of fence and 1,400 feet of fence signage are used at Food Lion Speed Street presented by Coca-Cola.
  • Since its inception, over 345 drivers have made appearances at the event which is a precursor to the Coca-Cola 600 held at Charlotte Motor Speedway and a part of the “10 days of racing in May.”
  • More than 119 multi-talented, award-winning musicians have performed at the festival since its inception.
  • Approximately 80 percent of attendees are country music fans.
  • Coca-Cola, the event’s first-ever presenting sponsor this year, has had pouring rights for 19 years and served as a stage sponsor for 16.
  • In 2012, the event generated 18 tons of materials that were recycled with the help of the nonprofit organization, Hands On Charlotte.
  • Five miles of cable are used at Food Lion Speed Street presented by Coca-Cola.


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