Follow the link to get your tickets now! https://scootfest.co/tickets
The world-famous, sell-out show that remains the only event to unite scooter fans with the best riders across park, street and bowl, alongside superstars of the sport such as Ryan Williams.
From 15th - 17th November 2019, the very best riders in the world will unite at Rush Skatepark to compete in the 3 prestigious King of Kings contests and the first ever Scooter World Cup presented by Dogg Scooters.
Over the weekend, hundreds of scooter fans will have the opportunity to session one of the UK’s finest skateparks and ride alongside their scooter heroes. In addition, the Scootfest Am Jam is central to the action where promising amateurs and first-timers get a taste of friendly, jam session competition.
Tickets for Scootfest have sold-out for the past 5 years, and this year include a free ticket to the Nitro World Games in Wales, so get your tickets now to guarantee your place at the greatest scooter show on earth.
Over the years, Scootfest has led the way. It has hosted the World Championships, internationally-acclaimed music artists including Chase and Status, and Rudimental, attracted thousands of visitors and partnered the Nitro World Games in 2018 to reach 3.7million viewers.
Now in its 8th year, Scootfest is once again breaking ground by creating the first ever Nation-against-Nation World Cup.
Get your tickets while tickets last, to be a part of history in the making.
Saturday: 10-11am (VIP). 11am - 9pm
Sunday: 10-11am (VIP).11am - 6pm
Directions: Rush Skatepark, Unit 3 Brimscombe Port, Port Lane, Brimscombe, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 2QQ
Ticket Holders – Make your way to Rush reception where tickets will be scanned and exchanged for Scootfest wristbands. Drivers will park in the main Car Park outside the Skatepark.
On-The-Day Tickets - Highly unlikely that any tickets will be available on the door, having sold out for the past 5 years.
5 and under (free of charge) – must be accompanied by an adult of 18 or over.
Rush Skatepark require young people under the age of 12, or participants with a medical condition or a disability, are accompanied by an adult. Please note - Rush Skatepark or Scootfest do not supervise individuals but staff do patrol the buildings.
Parents of young children are advised upon arrival to ensure that children are made familiar with their surroundings, should they become separated they will then know where to get help. In particular make them aware of the reception desk.
There will be parking available onsite free of charge.
Please contact ScootFest for more information.