It’s safe to say the 2018 Winter Olympics exceeded expectations. From surprise snowboarding superstars to jaw-dropping ice skating routines, the PyeongChang Olympics were a truly memorable experience. But all good things must come to an end, and the Winter Olympics are no different. We’ve got everything you need to know about the 2018 Olympics closing ceremony, including how to tune into this must-see television moment.
Sunday, February 25th will mark the official end of the 2018 Winter Olympics. The festivities start bright and early, with a livestream beginning at 6 a.m. EST. Die-hard Olympics fans can watch the event as it happens on the NBC Sports app or at NBCOlympics.com. Prefer to spend your Sunday sleeping in? That doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the Olympics closing ceremony.
NBC will air the event in its entirety later on Sunday. For those who would rather hit snooze and catch the closing ceremonies a little later, NBC has you covered. You can tune in at 8 p.m. EST to see complete coverage of the Olympics closing ceremony. And if you aren’t a cable user, don’t panic: You can still stream the closing ceremony on a variety of NBC websites and apps.
As for what the Olympics closing ceremony will actually entail, much of that remains to be seen.
The Olympics are sure to spring at least a few parting surprises on the audience as the athletes bid goodbye to South Korea. The closing ceremony will be hosted by Olympic figure skating commentators Terry Gannon, Johnny Weir, and Tara Lipinski. The U.S. flag bearer will be none other than gold medal winner and cross-country skier Jessie Diggins.
We can’t wait to see what the Olympics closing ceremony has in store. Congratulations to all the athletes, especially Team USA!