Earlier today, The Grand Tour announced it’s next stop in Scotland at the Loch Ness Studios. It looks like the crew is starting to get into a good rhythm and the overlapping tent setup idea is working to a tee with the Lapland taping just wrapping up itself.
The deadline to apply for the Scotland taping is November 4th, so hurry up and sign up! From what we can see, tapings occur around every 10 days or so. The locations that have yet to announce any dates so far are Stuttgart, Nashville and now Loch Ness.
Side Note: I hope they have a building challenge to find the Loch Ness Monster.
The Grand Tour Taping Schedule
- July 17, 2016 – Johannesburg, South Africa
- September 25, 2016 – Southern California, USA
- October 13, 2016 – Whitby, Great Britain
- October 22, 2016 – Rotterdam, Netherlands
- November 3, 2016 – Lapland, Finland
- n/a – Stuttgart, Germany
- n/a Nashville, USA
- n/a Loch Ness, Scotland
Official Press Release Below for Scotland Taping
Look out, Nessie! Amazon Prime Video’s The Grand Tour with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May is coming to Scotland
Amazon invites fans to apply to be part of the studio audience for Clarkson, Hammond and May’s new Amazon Prime show at the Loch Ness studio recordings
3rd November, 2016 – Amazon has today announced that Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will be bringing Amazon Prime exclusive show The Grand Tour to Scotland for two days, and fans around the world have until tomorrow to apply to join them.
The giant travelling tent will come to the banks of the world famous Loch Ness later this year for the pre-recorded studio section of the show. Customers can apply for tickets at www.amazon.co.uk/GTGuestlist until 11:59pm on Friday 4th November and successful applicants will be contacted over the next few weeks.
“We can’t wait to bring The Grand Tour tent back to the UK,” said Jay Marine, VP of Amazon Video Europe. “The guys had a great time filming in Whitby last month and we’re excited to bring the tent to Scotland. Demand for tickets to all recordings has been phenomenal with applications coming in from around the globe, so get in quick for an opportunity to join Jeremy, James and Richard at this monster location.”
The Grand Tour, which has been shot in 4K Ultra High Definition, will launch on 18th November 2016 exclusively for Amazon Prime members, with new episodes releasing weekly for 12 weeks. Prime members can watch The Grand Tour via the Amazon Video app on smart TVs, streaming media players – including FireTV and FireTV Stick – Xbox, PlayStation, Wii, Wii U, on iOS and Android phones and tablets, and on the web.
Jeremy, Richard and James have been travelling the world filming the first series of The Grand Tour in far-flung locations across the globe. The team has already taken the tent to Johannesburg, California, Whitby and Rotterdam, with Lapland, Stuttgart and Nashville next on the itinerary. To keep across all the news, fans can follow The Grand Tour on Facebook, Twitter and at Amazon.
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