The Grand Tour seems to be in full swing now with location announcements coming out more frequently as Rotterdam and Lapland were announced last week after stops in South Africa, California and Whitby. The next stop is going to be Stuttgart, Germany and the invitation is in the button below.
It seems that the boys are going to be staying close to home, but based on their trailer, there is still one more continent to visit and our guess is Australia. The trouble with that theory is that Amazon has yet to negotiate a deal to serve Amazon Instant Videos in the land down under, but at the same time, it might support the theory that they are working very hard on it right now to make it happen.
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Official Press Release
Pit stop in Stuttgart: Amazon Original Series The Grand Tour will head to Germany next month
Amazon invites customers to apply for tickets to the Stuttgart studio tent recording
October, 17 – Today, Amazon has announced that Clarkson, Hammond and May will erect their giant tent in Stuttgart next month. Customers from all over the world will have the chance to join the popular trio on their stop in Germany as part of their worldwide Grand Tour. The guest list is now open and customers can apply for tickets at www.amazon.de/GTGuestlist. Entries are open until 23.59 on October 19th and successful applicants will be contacted over the next few weeks. The Grand Tour will launch on November 18th exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.
“Shooting The Grand Tour in Germany was a must for the guys, particularly in Stuttgart as one of the car capitals of the world,” said Jay Marine, Vice President of Amazon Prime Video EU. “The Grand Tour is one of the most globally anticipated shows of 2016. We are delighted to give fans all over the world the chance to join Jeremy, Richard, and James in Stuttgart.”
Clarkson, Hammond, and May have committed to three series of The Grand Tour as part of a landmark global TV deal for Amazon Prime Video and for the last year, the team have been travelling the world filming this first series in exciting locations across the globe. The Grand Tour also includes studio audience recordings filmed in front of a live audience in their giant travelling tent. So far, the tent has travelled to Johannesburg, California and Whitby, North Yorkshire and will now be erected in Germany.