Tickets and Event Information


Group tickets are also available at a discount by contacting Xfinity Arena at (425) 322-2600.


The XFINITY Arena at Everett (Men’s & Women’s Artistic and Trampoline)
2000 Hewitt Ave #200
Everett, WA 98201

Walt Price Student Fitness Center at Everett Community College (Rhythmic Gymnastics)
2000 Tower St.
Everett, WA 98201

Men’s & Women’s Artistic Gymnastics and Trampoline Schedule

XFINITY Arena – Times listed are PT.


1:30 pm:  Men’s Team Final, All-Around Final, Event Qual. – Subdivision 1 (PHI, TPE, HKG, CRC/MEX, COL, NZL); Women’s Trampoline Team Final and Ind. Prelims 

7:00 pm:  Men’s Team Final, All-Around Final, Event Qual. – Subdivision 2 (USA, CAN, JPN, CHN, CHI, AUS); Men’s Trampoline Team Final and Ind. Prelims


1:30 pm:  Women’s Team Final, All-Around Final, Event Qual. – Subdivision 1 (CRC, CHI/PAN, MEX, HKG, AUS, COL, SIN, TPE/ECU/HON); Jr. Trampoline Finals 

7:00 pm:  Women’s Team Final, All-Around Final, Event Qual. – Subdivision 2 (USA, NZL, JPN, CAN); Sr. Trampoline Finals 


12:00 pm:  Jr. Women’s and Men’s Individual Event Finals 

6:00 pm:  Sr. Women’s and Men’s Individual Event Finals 

Rhythmic Gymnastics Schedule

Everett Community College – Times listed are PT


2:00 pm:  Rhythmic Team and All-Around Day 1 


2:00 pm:  Rhythmic Team and All-Around Day 2 


1:00 pm:  Rhythmic Individual Event Finals 

Fan Activities

  • 2008 Olympic silver-medalist Samantha Peszek kicks off competition week by appearing at Gymnastics Night at Imagine Children’s Museum on Thursday, April 7, between 6-7 p.m., which will also feature gymnasts from Little Gym of Everett. To attend gymnastics night at Imagine Children’s Museum, fans may purchase tickets online at or at the museum store. Museum members can get tickets for $5 or just $8 for non-members.
  • Hello Happy. Hello Hershey’s. Fans can bring some extra happiness to the weekend by saying “Hello!” to Hershey and Kiss, two of Hershey’s most beloved mascots. Fans can also pick up free “Hello World!” cheer posters that can be displayed while all of their favorite gymnasts are competing. And on Saturday, April 9, America’s most decorated gymnast Shannon Miller will be on hand to sign autographs from 12:30-1:30 p.m. and 6-7 p.m. at the Hershey’s concourse booth. Organizers estimate that approximately 300 individuals will have the opportunity for an autograph during the allotted time.
  • Kellogg’s Fitness and Nutrition Zone. Kids can have fun and gain knowledge about the importance of fitness through the interactive Kellogg’s Fitness and Nutrition Zone that features physical challenges in building balance, strength, flexibility and cardiovascular exercise, all of which are fundamental to gymnastics. Participants get coaching tips from local gymnasts, can snap a photo on the Kellogg’s podium and share what gets them started each day on their way to greatness!
  • International Gymnastics Camp. Fans can stop by the International Gymnastics Camp booth to learn about the IGC difference and to take home exciting camp information and cool giveaways. Staff members are available to speak about the world-class gymnastics training at IGC, the benefits of summer camp for children, and IGC’s amazing recreation activities.
  • Merchandise. Fans can purchase everything gymnastics, including event-specific tees, Under Armour and GK leotards, and more, at merchandise booths on the concourse. Autographed copies of 2008 Olympic all-around champion Nastia Liukin’s book, “Finding My Shine,” are available for just $25. In her book, Liukin talks about her personal journey of challenges and success, sharing tips for reaching goals and overcoming obstacles.

TV Broadcast and Live Streaming

NBC will show tape-delayed coverage of the women’s team and all-around final competition on April 10 from 1-3 p.m. ET.

Streaming: USA Gymnastics will provide live webcast coverage of all six artistic gymnastics competitive sessions, as well as trampoline and rhythmic gymnastics. Analysts Samantha Peszek and Jon Horton, both 2008 Olympic medalists, will join former NCAA and Big Ten champion Evan Heiter to provide commentary in the three evening artistic sessions. The webcasts will be available worldwide, free of charge on this site.

Playlists of individual routines and archived webcasts are available on our Photos & Videos page.

USA Gymnastics Photo, Video and Signage Policy

  • Audio-Visual Recording. No video cameras of any kind are allowed, and using cell phones to record video is also prohibited. No portion of the event may be recorded in any form, including audio, without prior written approval from USA Gymnastics.
  • Live streaming apps. The use of live streaming apps (such as Periscope, Meerkat, etc.) is not allowed in the venue during USA Gymnastics events.
  • Photography. All images taken during the event are for personal use only, and any commercial use, distribution or sale is prohibited. The use of professional equipment is strictly prohibited, including cameras with detachable lenses or lenses greater than 35MM, tripods and monopods. No flash photography or strobes of any kind.
  • Signage/Banners. USA Gymnastics appreciates its fans’ enthusiasm and support of its athletes. Fans are allowed to bring signs and banners that are supportive of the athletes and national team; however, signs or banners with any other type of message are not allowed. Any signs and/or banners must not be larger than 24″ x 36″ or block the view of other spectators when displayed.

USA Gymnastics reserves the right to confiscate any video or photos taken in violation of this policy. There are no ticket refunds for violating policy. Any person(s) using or attempting to use any such equipment may, at the sole discretion of USA Gymnastics, be subject to immediate ejection from the venue and may be refused entry to other events sponsored by or affiliated with USA Gymnastics.

USA Gymnastics reserves the right to film or record the performance for any purpose.