While general admission is still free, this year you can purchase tickets for some of the premier viewing areas
Red Bull Crashed Ice Returns in 2018
New This Year -- Tickets!
General admission is still free, but you can purchase tickets to have premium views of the action.
Red Bull Crashed Ice Championship
The Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship will return to the front steps of the Cathedral of Saint Paul Jan. 19-20, 2018, for its seventh straight year!
For the past six winters, Saint Paul has hosted the ice cross downhill competition, with huge crowds of more than 100,000 people converging under the gaze of the imposing Cathedral of Saint Paul to witness the high-speed action that features skaters competing in four-man heats in a race to the bottom of a long ice track filled with obstacles.
The sport appeals to what Americans like most in sports – a physically challenging, rough, tough sport coupled with high-speed action and agility. In 2016, local hero Cameron Naasz pushed the boundaries of the sport
and claimed the overall championship on his home turf -the first American to ever win the championship! Naasz repeated as champion in 2017.
Make your plans now to spend January 19 & 20 on Cathedral Hill for the 2018 Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championships.
Celebrate the Red Bull Crashed Ice Championships on West 7th at the Crashed Ice Village, Jan. 20, with music, food, drinks, and performances from Afton Alps athletes.
Ride Free on buses and light rail to Red Bull Crashed Ice and the Crashed Ice Village from noon - 1 a.m. with a free downloadable pass from Metro Transit.
We are expecting large crowds on Saturday, Jan. 20 for Red Bull Crashed Ice and the Minnesota Wild game. Come prepared.
Besides the food at the Red Bull Crashed Ice Village, there are plenty of options within a short distance of the event.
Get all your questions about the athletes and the event answered here.