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Closing ceremony | Paris 2024 Olympic Games

11 August 2024

On 11 August 2024, the closing ceremony of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will mark the end of over two weeks of events and festivities.

A few hours after the conclusion of the women's marathon, the final event of the Olympic Games, the Closing Ceremony will mark the end of this edition of the Summer Games. While the Paris 2024 Opening Ceremony will be held outdoors, a first in the history of the Summer Games, the Closing Ceremony will take place in the more traditional way at the Stade de France.

As with previous ceremonies, the artistic direction of this event has been entrusted to director Thomas Jolly. For the moment, the programme remains a secret, but the usual key moments will be there: the parade of flags and athletes, the medal ceremony (probably including those for the women's marathon), the speeches and the extinguishing of the Olympic flame.

This Olympic closing ceremony will be full of daring, fraternity and emotion, offering a final moment of celebration and sharing to athletes from all over the world gathered at the Stade de France. With all eyes on the flame, the emotion will be palpable as we close the chapter on the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.


PLEASE NOTE: the times are given for information only. They have yet to be confirmed by the Paris 2024 Organising Committee. 

Gates open: 6 pm (approximately 1 hour 30 minutes before the start of the ceremony)  
Time: 8 pm to 11.30 pm

    > Opening scene 
    > Speeches and anthems 
    > Entrance of the national flags 
    > Athletes’ parade 
    > Thanks to the volunteers 
    > Medal presentation ceremony 
    > Artistic show 
    > Handover Paris 2024 Paralympic Games 
    > Los Angeles 2028 handover 
    > Grand Final



>> Some information has yet to be confirmed between  
now and the start of the Olympic Games by Paris 2024 <<



> Gates open 1 hour 30 minutes before the start of the events  
> For detailed timetables, please refer to the "Schedule of events" tab above




Your 100% digital tickets are only available on the PARIS 2024 TICKETS application. 



To avoid long queues at the stadium entrance, we recommend you plan to arrive as early as possible.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of prohibited items in the Stade de France:


For more details on prohibited items, click HERE.

We thank you for your understanding and compliance with these safety instructions.




Free monitored lockers are located at each gate. They are provided exclusively for storing objects that are prohibited in the Stade de France, subject to available space.

Each owner of prohibited objects will be obliged to place these items in the lockers. Any refusal to do so will result in the owner being refused entry to the Stade de France® with no refund granted. You can collect your item(s) when you leave the stadium. The Stade de France declines any responsibility for the loss, theft or damage of items placed in the lockers.




     - Metro 12:Picto transports en commun Front Populaire station.
     - Metro 13: St Denis - Porte de Paris station.
     - Metro 14: St Denis-Pleyel station.
     - RER B: La Plaine Stade de France station. 
     - RER D: Stade de France - St Denis. 
     - Line H: St Denis station.

However, in order to avoid the exceptional crowds expected at these stations, spectators are advised to use the future "Pleyel" station (Metro 14) or the "Saint-Denis" station (train H from the Gare du Nord in Paris) wherever possible. Pedestrian routes to the Stade de France will be signposted from these transport hubs.

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Spectators are advised to allow sufficient travel time and to arrive early at the competition venue.

> Download the Transport Public Paris 2024 application to plan your route, bookmark your compétition site and receive real-time personalised information on transport conditions. 

Please note : T+ tickets are not valid on the RER. You will need an ‘Origin/Destination’ ticket. 

> PRM/PSH mobility: Wheelchair users car park / People with disabilities drop-off zone: Passage des Stades in Saint-Denis. All the information on accessible mobility can be found on this page.





Two cycle paths, along the Saint-Denis canal and National Route 1, provide easy access to the Stade de France. Download the plan.

- From the Gare du Nord - around 29 minutes
- From the Gare de l’Est - around 28 minutes
- From the Gare de Lyon - around 46 minutes
- From the Gare d’Austerlitz - around 46 minutes
- From the Gare Montparnasse - around 52 minutes

Several giant stations are available > From the cycle paths, follow the signposted route.

  • Rue Ahmed Boughera el Ouafi, Saint-Denis.
  • 10, boulevard Anatole France, Saint-Denis.
  • Cours du Ru de Montfort, Saint-Denis.
  • 221, avenue du Président Wilson, Saint-Denis.



 Picto restauration

Take advantage of our catering facilities, which are committed to supporting local businesses and French cuisine. Points of sale inside the stadium, at all stand levels.

For your health, take regular exercise.


 Picto merchandising

PARIS 2024 products will be on sale at all official points of sale located both inside and outside the Stadium. 



Feeling peckish? Don't miss a minute of your event! With our delivery service, you can order when you want and have your food delivered to your seat.  
Simply scan the QR code at your seat and place your order. 


Full information can be found on:  

>> the official app PARIS 2024
  >> the website: https://www.paris2024.org/en/
>> the FAQs: https://www.paris2024.org/faq/


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