For skateboarding's second Olympic appearance, street and park courses will be constructed at an iconic spot in Paris. Learn more below about where exactly the events will take place and what to expect from the courses themselves.

Where will skateboarding events be held at the Paris Olympics?

Skateboarding – along with other urban events (BMX freestyle, breaking, basketball 3x3) – will take place at the Place de la Concorde in Paris, France. The Place de la Concorde is located at the eastern end of the Champs-Elysées and is the largest public square in the city. The square's most iconic landmark, the Luxor Obelisk, is over 3,000 years old and was erected in the Place de la Concorde nearly 200 years ago. That monument will provide the backdrop for many of the events taking place in the square.

What will the street and park courses look like for Olympic skateboarding?

The course designs have not been released yet for Paris 2024. For the Tokyo Olympics, the street and park course designs were unveiled in April 2021.

How much do tickets cost for Olympic skateboarding?

For preliminary rounds, ticket prices range from 24-120 euros ($26-$130) at face value. For competition finals, ticket prices range from 50-160 euros ($54-$173).