NASCAR fans can attend four days of racing activities at Atlanta Motor Speedway's Emory Healthcare 500 for just $69 on Sept. 3-6, arguably making the Emory Healthcare 500 the most-affordable race weekend on the NASCAR circuit.

By purchasing a $39 Turn 3 Elliott Grandstand ticket to the Emory Healthcare 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series night race and a $30 general admission ticket to the Great Clips 300 NASCAR Nationwide Series night race, fans will also receive free admission to the Friday Fan Fest presented by Your Georgia Best Chevy Dealers and to Monday's Breakfast on Bruton, a free Infield fan breakfast.

"After a great inaugural Labor Day weekend night race, we were asked by fans to expand the show and we've responded by adding two free events on Friday and Monday of the Emory Healthcare 500 race weekend," said Atlanta Motor Speedway president Ed Clark. "We're committed to giving our fans the biggest and best Labor Day celebration in the country and $69 for entry into four days of events at Atlanta Motor Speedway is a great value."

In addition to NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series night races and a super late model race during the Friday Fan Fest presented by Your Georgia Best Chevy Dealers, additional fan activities during the Emory Healthcare 500 include concerts by Foreigner, Colt Ford and Drivin' N Cryin', the 2010 Boost Mobile FreestyleMX.com Tour and Big Green Egg cooking demonstrations, among others.

A complete list of fan activities during the Emory Healthcare 500 can be at the following link.