Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) and sports promoter CBX yesterday announced the return of the Bahrain Darts Masters, supported by Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA), featuring the world’s best players right here in Bahrain next January.
After its incredible debut last year, the Bahrain Darts Masters will return on January 18 and 19 next year, with three of the top darts players in the world already confirmed as participants for the opening stage of the Professional Darts Corporation’s World Series of Darts global tour.
Tickets to this incredibly popular event are now on sale, with a limited-time 20 per cent Early Bird discount. Tickets for next year’s competition start from BD20 (after Early Bird discount) for a two-day pass, with premium seating – including stage-side tables – from just BD32 for two days. VIP hospitality is also available for the event. All ticket options are available online at bahraingp.com or by calling the BIC Hotline on +973-17450 000. Fans are urged to act quickly, as the Early Bird discount is for a limited time only and the event is expected to sell out, based on the popularity of the 2023 tournament.
Three of the game’s icons have already confirmed their participation in the event; they include the first-ever Bahrain Darts Masters winner and reigning World Champion Michael Smith and former World Champions Peter Wright and Gerwyn Price. The remainder of the competing darts stars will be announced in due course, including details on the Bahrain qualifying tournament.
The 2024 Bahrain Darts Masters will once again take place in BIC’s beautifully set-up dome tent, which will host the event’s fun and electric atmosphere.
Bringing one of the most renowned sports championships across the UK and worldwide to Bahrain comes in line with the kingdom’s Tourism Strategy (2022-26), which prioritises sports tourism as one of its main pillars. This will increase interest in the kingdom and its distinctive tourism initiatives and capabilities on a global scale, placing Bahrain at the forefront of the region’s fastest-growing tourism sectors.