I would like to know which option is the correct one.
- Are you going to come to there?
- Are you going to come there?
This is from a short conversation: "Hi Mike, Do you know that tomorrow there is a sport event? Are you going to come there? :)"
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In this case I would not use to but there's more to it than that.
When you say come it implies that you're referring to the place you are in. And when you say there it implies that you're referring to somewhere else than where you are.
So neither is really correct but if you switch out come with go, or there with here, it will change, for example.
Are you going to come here?
Which means, are you going to come to the place I am in currently?
Are you going to go there?
Which means, are you going to go to the place where I am not at currently?
But to answer your original question I would not use to.
The answer is (2).
Are you going to come there?"
Note: you may use 'to' if you replace 'there': i.e., "Are you going to come to the sports event?"
or in spatial terms: "Are you going to come to the sports arena/stadium/center?" (or wherever the sports event will be held)