X Games returns to Aspen, Colorado’s Buttermilk Mountain for the world’s best action sports, music and festival experience — on snow! The annual Winter X Games will be held between January 24th to 27th. The event will take place in Aspen, Colorado, on Buttermilk Mountain, the same place as in the past few years.
X Games Aspen will host musical performances by Lil Wayne, Louis The Child, The Chainsmokers and Kygo alongside competition among the most progressive winter athletes in Aspen Snowmass, Colorado, on January 24 – 27 all at Buttermilk Mountain. More than 75 Olympians return to the biggest stage in action sports, competing in 17 disciplines televised live across the globe on ESPN, ESPN2, ABC and international syndication partners. Fans can also follow X Games across digital and social media platforms to watch behind the scenes, athlete curated and complementary content that enhances the X Games Aspen 2019 telecasts.
All sport competitions are free and open to the public. X Games Aspen will host musical performances by Lil Wayne, Louis The Child, The Chainsmokers and Kygo as they take the stage alongside the most progressive winter athletes at Buttermilk on January 24 – 27. The X Games is an annual extreme sports event hosted, produced, and broadcast by ESPN. Coverage is also shown on ESPN’s sister network, ABC.
|Venue||Buttermilk Mountain, Aspen Snowmass, Colorado.|
|Start Date||Thursday, 24 January 2019|
|End Date||Sunday, 27 January 2019|
|Broadcast||ESPN and ABC|
|Live Stream||Watch Here|
So, don’t miss a single moment of the Winter X Games live action. Don’t worry, If you can’t attend in Aspen, we’ll discuss here how to watch X Games online real-time TV coverage.
The Winter X-Games feature extreme winter sports like skiing, snowmobiling, and of course, snowboarding. Some of the TOP athletes in the world compete for the coveted X-Games GOLD and for the pride of being the best at their sport. Extreme sports have been around for a long time, but a celebration of them all has only been taking place for a little over two decades, so if you want to make sure you can watch the 2019 Winter X Games, then we have you covered.