Single-session tickets for 2021 U.S. Gymnastics Championships on sale now
INDIANAPOLIS, May 5, 2021 – Single-session tickets are now on sale for the 2021 U.S. Gymnastics Championships, which will be held June 3-6 at Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. The four-day championships will decide the 2021 men’s and women’s national all-around and individual event champions and serve as an important stop on the Road to Tokyo, as performances will help determine who will compete at U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Gymnastics June 24-27 in St. Louis, Mo. The U.S. Men’s and Women’s National Teams will also be renamed following the event’s conclusion.
Single-session tickets range in price from $25-$125, depending on the session and day. Five multi-session packages, which are listed below, are also available. All ticket prices are plus applicable fees.
- Junior & Senior Women’s Day 1 Package – June 4: $89-$159
- Junior & Senior Women’s Day 2 Package – June 6: $99-$179
- All Junior & Senior Men’s Package – June 3 & 5: $99-$139
- Senior Men’s & Senior Women’s Day 2 Package – June 5 & 6: $109-$149
- All-session (all eight competitive sessions) – June 3-6: $209-$609; platinum ticket package includes VIP seating and a USA Gymnastics gift
Tickets may be purchased at DickiesArena.com (you will need to register for a Dickies Arena AccountManager account). For groups of 10 or more, contact Dickies Arena Group Sales at (817) 402-9102 or email [email protected]. Discounted tickets are available through local gymnastics clubs that are participating in the gym club ticket program.
The tentative competition schedule is below and is subject to change. All sessions are listed in central time.
- Thursday, June 3: Men’s gymnastics – 1:00 p.m., juniors, and 6:30 p.m., seniors
- Friday, June 4: Women’s gymnastics – 1:00 p.m., juniors, and 6:30 p.m., seniors
- Saturday, June 5: Men’s gymnastics – 1:00 p.m., juniors, and 6:30 p.m., seniors
- Sunday, June 6: Women’s gymnastics – 12:00 p.m., juniors, and 5:30 p.m., seniors
2016 Olympic all-around champion Simone Biles of Spring, Texas/World Champions Centre and two-time Olympian Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif./U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Center will each look to claim a seventh U.S. all-around title.
USA Gymnastics is partnering with the Fort Worth Sports Commission and Dickies Arena for this event, and all parties are working together to create COVID-19 safety protocols in accordance with the local health department’s guidance.
- Dickies Arena. Dickies Arena is a 14,000 seat, spectacular multipurpose venue located adjacent to the Will Rogers Memorial Center campus in Fort Worth, Texas. The facility is the result of a pioneering public-private partnership between the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, the State of Texas and a group of private-sector participants, including foundations, individuals and organizations. The arena is owned by the City of Fort Worth and managed by the not-for-profit operating entity, Trail Drive Management Corp. (TDMC). The state-of-the-art arena hosts concerts, sporting events and family entertainment, and is home to Fort Worth Stock Show Rodeo performances. For more information, visit www.DickiesArena.com.
- Fort Worth Sports Commission. The Fort Worth Sports Commission advances the city as an international sports destination. A division of Visit Fort Worth, the Sports Commission attracts youth, collegiate and professional events that deliver economic impact and boost Fort Worth’s image. The Commission supports development of and access to facilities that enhance the quality of life for all Fort Worth. For more information, visit FortWorthSports.com and follow on Instagram and Twitter @FortWorthSports.
- USA Gymnastics. Based in Indianapolis, USA Gymnastics is the national governing body for gymnastics in the United States, encompassing seven disciplines: women’s gymnastics, men’s gymnastics, trampoline and tumbling, rhythmic gymnastics, acrobatic gymnastics, gymnastics for all (a.k.a. group gymnastics) and, most recently, parkour. USA Gymnastics sets the rules and policies that govern the sport of gymnastics, including selecting and training the U.S. Gymnastics Teams for the Olympics and World Championships; promoting and developing gymnastics on the grassroots and national levels, as well as a safe, empowered and positive training environment; and serving as a resource and educational center for the more than 200,000 members, clubs, fans and gymnasts throughout the United States. The organization is deeply committed to creating a culture that encourages and supports its athletes and focuses on its highest priority: the safety and well-being of athletes and our community.