Tickets

ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2017 in Helsinki
Single event tickets are available now

 

Figure skating charms as a dance, excites as a sport, and enchants as a form of art. You can witness amazing performances, the great drama of sports and the breathtaking virtuosity of world class skaters at the figure skating event of the century. The World Figure Skating Championships will be the most enchanting sporting event of Finland’s jubilee year, and the best way to experience the atmosphere is in person at the Hartwall Arena. Buy your event tickets here!

 

Eight different competition events

The week of competition begins on Wednesday with the exciting Ladies short program, followed by spectacular lifts in the Pairs short program.  A magnificent opening show unlike anything we have seen before, with 400 performers taking part on the ice, rounds off the opening day.

On Thursday, it’s time for the Men to wow the audience with exhilarating jumps in their short programs. The first world champions will be crowned later in the evening, when the Pairs free skating concludes the competition for the day.

The Ice Dancers will show off intricate and impressive footwork when they take the stage for their short dance on Friday. Later on Friday it’s the Ladies’ turn to charm the audience with their most dizzying spins in the free skating, after which the Ladies medalists will be crowned.

The final champions will be revealed on Saturday after the exciting Men’s free skating and Ice Dance free dance.

The Exhibition of Champions will close the competition on Sunday, with performances from the newly crowned medalists and Finnish figure skating stars.

The most dedicated fans can also witness the athletes’ preparations for the competition for a reasonable price.  The Worlds in Helsinki will be especially thrilling because the athletes also compete for berths at the 2018 Olympics. Many Olympic medalists will be making a comeback in Helsinki.

 

Five ticket categories

Each event in the Championships has five different ticket categories, of which three are at ice level and two in the balconies. Of these, the ice level premium seats have already sold out. The cheapest tickets are 20.17 euros. A family ticket includes four balcony level tickets; at least two of the four ticket holders must be under 12 years of age.  The family tickets start from 58 euros, and tickets for the Exhibition of Champions for the whole family are 99.60 euros. Children’s tickets for children under 12 years of age are available for the balcony levels starting from 11.50 euros. Tickets to practices in the Arena on competition days are available at 15 euros.