Red Bull Crashed Ice

Red Bull Crashed Ice | Saint Paul FAQ

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The first stop in the Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship 2012 takes place in Saint Paul, USA, on January 12-14. Planning to attend the event? Check out the FAQ below for more on-site details.

Fans can also download the Spectator Guide, and the Red Bull Crashed Ice Invasion USA iPhone app for more information and updates on everything from the race to places to hang out.

WHAT TIME DO GATES OPEN?
Gates open at 4.00pm (CST) on Saturday, January 14, and the first race begins at 7.00pm.

HOW MUCH DO TICKETS COST?
The event is free and open to the public. The 93X Crash Zone is not free to the public, but it is open. Tickets are $15 at the entrance.

WHAT IS THE ‘CRASH ZONE’?
The 93X Crash Zone gives the public access to a premier viewing area for Red Bull Crashed Ice. Inside the 93X Crash Zone there will be food and beverage concessions, a DJ with the Red Bull MXT, and a jumbotron with a live feed of the whole Red Bull Crashed Ice course, so that you won’t miss a single minute of the action.

HOW DO I GET ACCESS TO THE ‘CRASH ZONE’?
Tickets to the ‘Crash Zone’ are $15 and can be purchased at the gates.

CAN I BRING CHAIRS OR UMBRELLAS?
Outside chairs and umbrellas cannot be brought into Red Bull Crashed Ice.

CAN I BRING FOOD OR BEVERAGE?
Food and beverage cannot be brought into Red Bull Crashed Ice; however, there will be concessions in the 93X Crash Zone, in the Selby Lot next to the Cathedral of Saint Paul, and at the Finish Corral at the bottom of the course.

WILL THERE BE PARKING?
There is no available public parking at Red Bull Crashed Ice. There is parking available at one of the many shuttle locations. There are shuttle buses running through various parts of the city which will stop at 12th and John Ireland Blvd., at Martin Luther King and Cedar Ave., at Sherburne and Park St., at John Ireland Blvd. in front of the Department of Transportation building, and at John Ireland Blvd. and Marshall.

WILL THERE BE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION?
Yes, the city buses will be running, with detours for portions of routes 21 and 65. They’ll be going eastbound on Selby Ave. to Western Ave., Left on Western, Right on Concordia, and Right on Kellogg. On the westbound route, they’ll be taking John Ireland to Marshall Ave., Right on Marshall, Left on Western, Right on Selby.
There are shuttle buses running through various parts of the city which will stop at 12th and John Ireland Blvd., at Martin Luther King and Cedar Ave., at Sherburne and Park St., at John Ireland Blvd in front of the Department of Transportation building, and at John Ireland Blvd. and Marshall. Shuttle buses will depart from the following: B 52's, Jimmy's, Doghouse, Station 280, Blarney Pub, Bar 508, Bootlegger's, O'gara's, Tiffany's, Shamrock's, Jersey's, Alary's, Joe's Garage and Bulldog: St. Paul.

WHERE ARE THE MAIN ENTRANCES TO RED BULL CRASHED ICE?
The main entrances to Red Bull Crashed Ice are located at Marshall at John Ireland Boulevard and at Selby and Summit.

WHAT CAN YOU SEE FROM THE VIEWING AREAS?
None of the viewing areas capture the entire track. From the starting point, you can see everything up until the bridge. In the 93X Crash Zone, you can see the starting point. In the middle of the track, you can see the middle portions of the track. Near the bottom of the track, you can see from the middle portion and down. There will also be three large screens projecting the races from all angles.

CAN I WATCH RED BULL CRASHED ICE ANYWHERE ELSE?
Several businesses in downtown Saint Paul will be showing the race live, including: Billy's On Grand, Wild Tymes, Great Waters, Jimmy's, Bulldog, Shamrock's, Tiffany's, O'gara's, Zorbaz - On Gull, and Alary's. The Red Bull Crashed Ice competition will also air nationally on NBC on Saturday, January 21 from 1.00pm-3.00pm (CST) and will kick off a jaw-dropping sports programming block on NBC called the Red Bull Signature Series.

WHEN DOES THE EVENT END?
The Red Bull Crashed Ice competition in Saint Paul ends Friday night at 8.30pm and on Saturday night at 9.00pm. This is just the beginning, however. The top four American athletes will have the opportunity to represent Team USA in the global Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship.

WHAT ROADS WILL BE AFFECTED?
John Ireland Boulevard between Kellogg and Nina will be closed. Portions of Summit will be closed as well.

WHERE CAN I GET TRAFFIC UPDATES?
You can get traffic updates from @MayorColeman as well as the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

IS THERE A DRESS CODE?
As Red Bull Crashed Ice is an outdoor competition, please dress appropriately for the winter weather.

WILL THERE BE FOOD?
Food and concessions will be sold and may be purchased in the 93X Crash Zone, in the Selby Lot next to the Cathedral of Saint Paul, and at the Finish Corral at the bottom of the course.

CAN I TAKE VIDEO AND/OR PHOTOS?
Still photography is allowed but video or any kind of filming is not.

WHERE'S THE PARTY? (21+)
There will actually be several opportunities to celebrate at various locations that will be free and open to the public.
FRIDAY: There will be a Red Bull Crashed Ice ‘World Tour’ pub crawl from 7pm-midnight. Competing on the tour will earn you a free credential for the 93X Crashed Zone. (Locations include Barrio, Bulldog, Alary's and Burger Moe's).
SATURDAY: Several businesses in downtown Saint Paul will be showing Red Bull Crashed Ice live including: Billy's On Grand, Wild Tymes, Great Waters, Jimmy's, Bulldog, Shamrock's, Tiffany's, O'gara's, Zorbaz - On Gull, and Alary's.  'The Warming House' Official Red Bull Crashed Ice After Party will take place at O'Gara's from 9pm-2am.

See you there!


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