• Sunday, June 28 to Sunday, September 6 Saturdays 11 am + Sundays 1 pm
    Freestyle Shows
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    Catch the high-flying action every weekend through July and August with the Flying Ace All-Stars Freestyle Show. See Olympians and National Team skiers and snowboarders perform acrobatic feats as they soar up to 60 feet in the air before landing in the Park’s NEW Big Air Pool. A great show for the whole family, this half-hour choreographed production will leave you breathless!

    Show Schedule: 
    June 28 thru September 6*
    Saturdays @ 11 am 
    Sundays @ 1 pm
    * No Show Saturday, July 4

  • Saturday, July 18 Noon - 4:00 pm
    Western Day
    DETAILS

    An afternoon full of BBQ, cowboy hats, and country fun. Activities, for children and adults, including face painting, country music, and bounce house will take place in the Olympic Plaza. Admission is free.

  • Monday, July 27 to Sunday, August 2 TBD
    Springer Tournee
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    Come watch as Nordic Combined and Ski Jumping athletes from across the nation gather together at the Utah Olympic Park to compete in the 17th Annual Springer Tournee. Athletes will begin training on Monday, July 27th. Spectators are welcome to gather at the base of the Nordic Jumps and watch for free.

  • Wednesday, August 5 to Friday, August 7
    Psicobloc Master Series
    DETAILS

    The Psicobloc Master Series is the next evolution in competitive climbing. Some of the best climbers in the world will compete head-to-head on a custom wall, drawing climbers 50 feet above the waters of the Utah Olympic Park Big Air Pool.

     

     

     

     

  • Friday, December 11 to Saturday, December 12 TBA
    2015 Luge World Cup
    DETAILS

    The 2015-2016 International Luge Federation calendar includes nine luge world cup competitions in six countries. The Utah Olympic Park will be the third stop on the circuit with competitions taking place December 11 and 12. In addition to hosting Doubles, Women’s and Men’s events, the Olympic Park will also be one of three tracks to host a newly formed Sprint Cup competition. The Sprint Cup is a new event on the world cup circuit and features the top 15 sliders in a one-run heat down the track with timing beginning 330 feet from the start. The last time the Olympic Park hosted an FIL World Cup, during the 2013-2014 season, 157 athletes from thirty-two nations participated with team U.S.A. medaling five times. The event realized forty-four hours of international TV time reaching an estimated audience of 18,673,000.