Tickets selling fast for second leg in Omaha!
Everything you need to know about visiting Omaha for the Curling World Cup in December
Time is running out to buy your tickets for the hotly-anticipated second leg of the Curling World Cup in Omaha.
United States’ Olympic gold medal winners Team John Shuster will be the star attraction for home fans as they go for gold again the men’s event, aiming to book their place in the Curling World Cup final in Beijing in May.
Team Jamie Sinclair will be the home hopes in the women’s event, while Olympic champion Joe Polo teams up with Tabitha Peterson in the mixed doubles.
Five days of action get under way on 5 December at 1500 at Omaha’s 4,400-capacity Ralston Arena. Tickets are available for individual sessions or you can buy an ‘All Sessions Package’ covering all 11 sessions - including the women’s, men’s and mixed doubles finals on Sunday 9 December.
For all ticket information click here.
Spectators can book hotel rooms at the official 2018 Curling World Cup reservation site here.
The Omaha Sports Commission have produced fantastic in-depth guides to visiting the city for the second stop of the inaugural four-leg international series.
The guide includes where to eat out, where to stay and local family entertainments and attractions. Check out all the details here.
If you fancy giving curling a try during your visit, there’s even a guide to the city’s curling club here.