USA Gymnastics’ Tour: Locations & Dates

Final Five, U.S. Gymnastics team, Women's Gymnastics Team 2016


The 2016 Olympic Games in Rio created countless memorable moments. The U.S. Women’s Gymnastics team, dubbed the “Final Five,” captured the hearts of thousands across the country as they won nine medals– the most won in a single games by a U.S. women’s gymnastics team. Aly Raisman, Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas, Laurie Hernandez and Madison Kocian walked away with a team gold, gold and silver on floor, silver and bronze on beam and silver on uneven bars. This month they will embark on a tour to showcase their athleticism and grace across the United States.

The 2016 Kellogg’s Tour Of Gymnastics Champions, in which Biles, Raisman, Douglas and others are expected to participate, will begin Sept. 15 in Spokane, Wash. The tour will visit 34 other cities in that two-month period until concluding on Nov. 13 at TD Garden in Boston, Mass.

2008 Olympic all-around champion Nastia Liukin and 2012 Olympic team gold-medalist Jordyn Wieber are also expected to join the tour. The cast also includes members of the both 2012 and 2016 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Teams. The tour, which begins on Sept. 15 in Spokane, Wash., will visit 36 cities across the nation before wrapping up Nov. 13 in Boston, Mass.

“Gymnastics fans across the nation will get to see the biggest names in the sport at the Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions,” said Steve Penny, president of USA Gymnastics. “The Kellogg’s Tour is always a lot of fun and a great way for Americans to celebrate the athletes’ performances at the Olympic Games.”

At each Tour stop, local gymnasts are expected to join the cast of gymnastics champions. The complete schedule for the Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions is listed below.


Date          Location
Sept. 15 – Spokane, Wash./Spokane Arena (Thursday)
Sept. 16 – Seattle, Wash./KeyArena (Friday)
Sept. 18 – San Jose, Calif./SAP Center (Sunday)
Sept. 22 – Glendale, Ariz./Gila River Arena (Thursday)
Sept. 24 – Los Angeles/STAPLES Center (Saturday)*
Sept. 29 – Dallas, Texas/American Airlines Center (Thursday)
Sept. 30 – Houston/Toyota Center (Friday)
Oct. 1 – San Antonio, Texas/AT&T Center (Saturday)
Oct. 2 – Lubbock, Texas/United Supermarkets Arena (Sunday)
Oct. 5 – Little Rock, Ark./Verizon Arena (Wednesday)
Oct. 6 – St. Louis, Mo./Chaifetz Arena (Thursday)
Oct. 7 – Kansas City, Mo./Sprint Center (Friday)
Oct. 8 – Omaha, Neb./CenturyLink Center (Saturday)
Oct. 9 – Minneapolis/Target Center (Sunday)
Oct. 13 – Chicago/United Center (Thursday)
Oct. 14 – Milwaukee, Wis./BMO Harris Bradley Center (Friday)
Oct. 15 – Indianapolis/Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Saturday)
Oct. 16 – Grand Rapids, Mich./Van Andel Arena (Sunday)
Oct. 19 – Cleveland, Ohio/Wolstein Center (Wednesday)
Oct. 20 – Auburn Hills, Mich./Palace of Auburn Hills (Thursday)
Oct. 21 – Cincinnati, Ohio/U.S. Bank Arena (Friday)
Oct. 22 – Columbus, Ohio/Nationwide Arena (Saturday)
Oct. 23 – Pittsburgh, Pa./CONSOL Energy Center (Sunday)
Oct. 25 – Hershey, Pa./Giant Center (Tuesday)
Oct. 27 – Greensboro, N.C./Greensboro Coliseum (Thursday)
Oct. 28 – Charlotte, N.C./Time Warner Cable Arena (Friday)
Oct. 29 – Duluth, Ga./Infinite Energy Arena (Saturday)
Oct. 30 – Tampa, Fla./Amalie Arena (Sunday)
Nov. 3 – Rochester, N.Y./Blue Cross Arena (Thursday)
Nov. 4 – Philadelphia, Pa./Wells Fargo Center (Friday)
Nov. 5 – Hartford, Conn./XL Center (Saturday)
Nov. 6 – Brooklyn, N.Y./Barclays Center (Sunday)
Nov. 10 – Washington, D.C./Verizon Center (Thursday)
Nov. 11 – Newark, N.J./Prudential Center (Friday)
Nov. 12 – Bridgeport, Conn./Webster Bank Arena (Saturday)
Nov. 13 – Boston/TD Garden (Sunday)*

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