convenient hub of U.S. Bank Stadium and GEICO Music Stage at The Armory. This year’s action sports will include Skateboard, BMX and Moto X disciplines; music will include performances by The Blind Shake, Chevy Metal, Diplo, Incubus, P.O.S, SWMRS and Wu-Tang Clan.
General admission tickets start at $20, with XIP, one-day and three-day experiences, and music options offered. In addition, X Games will offer a special children’s ticket price in 2019, making the event even more family friendly. All tickets will include access to X Fest, where fans can enjoy sponsor activations, athlete autograph sessions and more. Additionally, ESPN has teamed up with Anthony Travel to offer one-stop shopping for ticket and lodging packages at xgamestravel.com.
X Games Minneapolis 2019 BMX Disciplines
-Dave Mirra’s Park Best Trick
X Games Minneapolis 2019 invited athletes includes:
Logan Martin (Logan Reserve, Australia) – Australia's Martin is on everyone's radar. The only rider to medal in both Dirt and Park at X Games Minneapolis 2017 (silver in both), did it again in 2018 with a gold in Park and silver in Dirt. A rookie at X Games Austin 2016, Logan used his explosive and technical style to throw some of the biggest tricks in the sport. He earned Park silver -- the first rookie to earn a BMX Park medal since Brazilian Diogo Canina in 2008.
The full list of first wave athletes invited to compete at X Games Minneapolis 2019 is available at XGames.com.
As part of the Road to X Games content series, X Games will also host top athletes in a Boise Park Qualifier event on Saturday, June 29, as they compete to secure their invitation to X Games Minneapolis. Streamed live from Rhodes Skatepark in Boise, Idaho, the Boise Park Qualifier will feature three disciplines – Men’s Skateboard Park, Women’s Skateboard Park and BMX Park. The top six athletes in the men’s disciplines and the top four in Women’s Skateboard Park will also receive invites to Minneapolis.
ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC will televise a combined 18 hours of live X Games Minneapolis 2019 coverage, which will also be accessible via the ESPN App to viewers who receive their video subscription from an affiliated provider. Eight and a half additional hours of event coverage will be streamed live on the X Games Facebook, YouTube and Twitter pages to fans in the United States. Fans can get even more X Games content across digital offerings XGames.com, the X Games App and across social media pages. Following X Games Minneapolis 2019, ABC will deliver four hours of anthology programming on Saturday, August 10, as part of the World of X Games series as well as a one-hour Best of Show featuring highlights from both the sports and music on Saturday, August 17.