The X Games Are Coming Back

Dated: April 20 2016

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The X Games are coming back!

If you love to watch impossible stunts happen right in front of you......this is it!

All the action, the crazy tricks, flips, and high flying stunts are coming back to the great state of Texas. The X Games are returning to Austin, Texas, for its 3rd and final year at the Circuit of The Americas from June 2- 5, 2016

The Games will feature an fun experience, including world-class action sports competition, musical performances, interactive festivals and more. 

This year’s musical performances will include blink-182, G-Eazy, All Time Low and Logic, who will take center stage at the Austin360 Amphitheater. 

This year the X Games will also feature the return of BMX Street, Moto X Best Trick, Moto X Freestyle and Women’s Skateboard Park. 

If you have not seen the action live get out there and check it out. This will be the last year that the X Games will be held right here in our own city. 

 If you or someone you know like action sports this for you!

X Games Austin - June 2-5

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