With South Africa, Southern California and Whitby filming this week, it looks like The Grand Tour is in full gear with it’s tour now headed for Lapland, a small region in the northern most part of Finland and Rotterdam, which is a
small port city in Southern Holland.
Tickets are available now, so here are the links if you’re looking to travel to Europe any time soon!
Official Press Release Below:
The Grand Tour is coming to Lapland and Rotterdam – Amazon invites fans to apply to be part of the studio audience for new Amazon Prime show with Clarkson, Hammond and May
The guest list opens today for Lapland in Finland and Rotterdam in The Netherlands
11th October 2016 – Amazon has announced that from today, fans from around the world can apply to join Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May on the next two stops of their worldwide Grand Tour in the European countries of Finland and The Netherlands. The pre-recorded studio section of the programme will be filmed in front of a live audience, all housed within a giant tent in Lapland in Finland and Rotterdam in Netherlands.
Customers can apply for tickets to these recordings, here for Lapland and here for Rotterdam. Successful applicants will be contacted over the next few weeks. The Grand Tour, which has been shot in 4K Ultra High Definition, will launch on 18th November 2016 exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
Jeremy, Richard and James have committed to three series of The Grand Tour as part of a landmark global TV deal and for the last year, the team have been travelling the world filming this first series in exciting locations across the globe. The team has already brought the tent to Johannesburg, California and will be also heading Whitby in North Yorkshire this month. To keep across all the news, fans can follow The Grand Tour on Facebook (www.facebook.com/thegrandtour), Twitter (www.twitter.com/thegrandtour) and at www.amazon.co.uk/thegrandtour. More worldwide tent locations will be announced soon.
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