Following the successful delivery of the new look expanded race programme, the dates for the 2024 Isle of Man TT Races have now been confirmed. Next year’s event will once again commence on the Bank Holiday Monday (27th May) with free practice taking place in the morning followed by the first qualifying session in the afternoon and will conclude with the Senior TT Race taking place on Saturday 8th June 2024.

Fans can expect the race schedule to follow a similar format to that introduced for 2023 with a second race for the Superstock and Supertwin classes. The ten race programme will be delivered across three sets of back-to-back race days split by two rest days. Designed to create further opportunities for fans to visit the world’s most famous road race as the new format better aligns travel and accommodation options.

Further travel opportunities will also be available for fans planning to attend TT 2024 thanks to the introduction of the new Isle of Man Steam Packet vessel. The ‘Manxman’ ferry will help fans on-and-off the Island and give greater flexibility around peak travel times as it offers increased passenger capacity.

Although the action on the Mountain Course will get underway with the first qualifying session commencing on Monday 27th May, for those that want to make a weekend of it, there will once again be plenty for fans to explore around the paddock and Fan Park as they open for visitors from Saturday 25th May.


2023 saw spectators delight in an incredible two weeks of history making and record breaking racing, and as fans around the world look to Michael Dunlop to surpass his Uncle Joey’s record number of TT wins and become the most successful TT rider of all time, 2024 could be another year not to be missed with the chance to witness history in the making.

Whether you’re a seasoned TT traveller or thinking about making your first trip, you won’t want to miss next year’s racing action and now is the perfect to time book.

Official Travel Partners, Duke Travel, Sportsnet Holidays (Australia and New Zealand) and BeOutdoors (China) have a number of packages available to suit the individual travel and budget needs of fans along with unbeatable knowledge of – and access to – a broad range of accommodation options, from hotels and guesthouses to camping and homestay. Partners are also able to offer advice on flights and ferries from any destination in the world to connecting UK and Ireland ports at Belfast, Dublin, Heysham and Liverpool as well as most major UK airports.


Monday 27 May (UK Bank Holiday) Morning Free Practice & Afternoon Qualifying
Tuesday 28 May Evening Qualifying
Wednesday 29 May Evening Qualifying
Thursday 30 May Evening Qualifying
Friday 31 May Afternoon Qualifying
Saturday 1 June Monster Energy Supersport TT Race 1 & 3Wheeling.Media Sidecar TT Race 1
Sunday 2 June RST Superbike TT Race

Monday 3 June Rest Day
Tuesday 4 June RL360 Superstock TT Race 1 & Carole Nash Supertwin TT Race 1
Wednesday 5 June Monster Energy Supersport TT Race 2 & 3Wheeling.Media Sidecar TT Race 2
Thursday 6 June Rest Day
Friday 7 June (Isle of Man Bank Holiday) Superstock TT Race 2 & Supertwin TT Race 2
Saturday 8 June Milwaukee Senior TT Race

*Subject to Road Closure approval by the Department for Infrastructure, in accordance to the Road Races Act 2016