2024 U.S. Olympic Trials Tickets To Go On Sale To General Public Feb. 1

Tickets to the 2024 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials will go on sale to the general public in one week’s time, Wednesday, Feb. 1. The Trials will run from June 15-23, 2024, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

Initially, only All-Session tickets will be for sale, with details regarding group sales, along with single and multi-session tickets, to be released at a later date by USA Swimming.

A USA Swimming spokesperson said that a direct link for general ticket sales will be available early next week.

Members of the U.S. National Team, their families and coaches were given early access to all-session tickets on Nov. 28, and on Dec. 1, USA Swimming, U.S. Masters Swimming and Indiana Sports Corps members were given access.

There will be a total of 17 sessions (eight prelims, nine finals) at the 2024 Olympic Trials, an uptick compared to the usual 15 after Paris 2024 unveiled a new nine-day swimming schedule earlier this year.

USA Swimming recently confirmed the order of events for the Trials, which you can find below:

Preliminaries Semi-finals & Finals
Saturday, June 15 Saturday, June 15
W 100 Butterlfy W 100 Butterfly Semi
W 400 Freestyle M 400 Freestyle Final
M 100 Breaststroke W 400 Freestyle Final
M 400 Freestyle M 100 Breaststroke Semi
Sunday, June 16 Sunday, June 16
M 200 Freestyle M 400 IM Final
M 400 IM W 100 Butterfly Final
W 100 Breaststroke M 200 Freestyle Semi
M 100 Backstroke W 100 Breaststroke Semi
W 200 Freestyle M 100 Backstroke Semi
M 100 Breaststroke Final
W 200 Freestyle Semi
Monday, June 17 Monday, June 17
W 400 IM W 400 IM Final
W 100 Backstroke M 200 Freestyle Final
M 800 Freestyle W 100 Backstroke Semi
M 100 Backstroke Final
W 100 Breaststroke Final
W 200 Freestyle Final
Tuesday, June 18 Tuesday, June 18
M 200 Butterfly M 100 Freestyle Semi
M 100 Freestyle M 200 Butterfly Semi
W 1500 Freestyle W 100 Backstroke Final
W 100 Freestyle M 800 Freestyle Final
M 200 Breaststroke W 100 Freestyle Semi
M 200 Breaststroke Semi
Wednesday, June 19 Wednesday, June 19
W 200 Breaststroke W 100 Freestyle Final
M 200 Backstroke M 200 Butterfly Final
W 200 Butterfly M 200 Breaststroke Final
W 1500 Freestyle Final
M 200 Backstroke Semi
W 200 Breaststroke Semi
W 200 Butterfly Semi
M 100 Freestyle Final
Thursday, June 20 Thursday, June 20
W 200 Backstroke W 200 Butterfly Final
M 50 Freestyle M 200 Backstroke Final
M 200 IM W 200 Backstroke Semi
W 200 Breaststroke Semi
M 200 IM Semi
M 50 Freestyle Semi
Friday, June 21 Friday, June 21
M 100 Butterfly M 50 Freestyle Final
W 200 IM W 200 Backstroke Final
W 800 Freestyle M 200 IM Final
M 100 Butterfly Semi
W 200 IM Semi
Saturday, June 22 Saturday, June 22
W 50 Freestyle M 100 Butterfly Final
M 1500 Freestyle W 50 Freestyle Semi
W 200 IM Final
W 800 Freestyle Final
Sunday, June 23 Sunday, June 23
No session W 50 Freestyle Final
M 1500 Freestyle Final

The 2024 U.S. Olympic Trials will shift to Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis after four straight trips to the CHI Health Center in Omaha, with seat capacity expected to rise from 14,500 to somewhere in the vicinity of 30,000 to 35,000 spectators.

In 2016, all 15 sessions in Omaha sold out.

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Taa
5 days ago

I’m expecting an invite to view the meet from the swimswam luxury box

David
5 days ago

Wait,…Olympics is next year ?

MIKE IN DALLAS
5 days ago

Be prepared for a jolt in cost, I’m guessing!

Christopher DeBari
5 days ago

how much is a ticket?

joanietheswimmer
Reply to  Christopher DeBari
5 days ago

cheap, nosebleed seats (in a stadium!) are $500 to start…up to $3000 for good seats

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James Sutherland

James swam five years at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, specializing in the 200 free, back and IM. He finished up his collegiate swimming career in 2018, graduating with a bachelor's degree in economics. In 2019 he completed his graduate degree in sports journalism. Prior to going to Laurentian, James swam …

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