What are the ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2024?

The ISU World Figure Skating Championships® is an annual event that moves around the globe, attracting more than 300 million television viewers worldwide and showcasing the 200 best athletes from 50 countries in four disciplines: men, women, pair, and ice dance.

Where are the ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2024 being held?

All competition events for the ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2024 will be held at the Bell Centre, located at 1909 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal, Montréal, Québec.

What is the overall schedule for the championships?

Official practices at the Bell Centre will take place on Monday, March 18 and Tuesday, March 19. Competition will begin Wednesday, March 20 and end on Saturday, March 23, with the Exhibition Gala taking place on Sunday, March 24. The detailed competition schedule will be available in the new year.

Which athletes will be competing at this event?

The top skaters in the world will qualify throughout the 2023-2024 figure skating season competitions. The full list of qualified skaters will be confirmed in March 2024. Competitors are subject to change up to and including the week of the event.

Ticket Information

How do I purchase tickets to the ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2024?

All-event ticket packages go on sale to the general public on Thursday, June 15, 2023, at 10 AM ET. Fans will be able to choose from six levels of all-event tickets that are priced at:

  • P5 $574

  • P4 $929
  • P3 $1,529
  • P2 $2,014
  • P1 $2,544
  • Premium $2,794

All prices are in Canadian dollars, including applicable taxes and fees.

Tickets can be purchased online at ticketmaster.ca.

What is included in the all-event ticket package?

The all-event ticket package gives you access to the entire event, from start to finish. Your ticket includes all practices at the Bell Centre (excluding the Exhibition Gala practice), all competitions, and the Exhibition Gala.

When will single day tickets be available for purchase?

Single day tickets will be available for purchase in Fall 2023.

Will I be able to select my seat when I purchase my tickets?

Yes, a venue map will be available for you to select your seat, that illustrates the individual seat sections.

Do I receive the same seats for each event with my all-event ticket?

Yes, your seats remain the same for all events with your all-event ticket.

In what currency are the ticket prices listed?

The tickets prices are in Canadian dollars.

Where is the Kiss & Cry located?

The Kiss & Cry will be constructed between Sections 106 and 107.

Where is the judges’ stand located?

The judges’ stand will be constructed in front of Sections 112, 113, and 114.

Are tickets refundable?

Ticket purchases for this event are non-refundable. The event schedule and the athletes competing are always subject to change

Do children need a ticket to attend the event?

Children below the age of 24 months can enter the Bell Centre for free, but they must sit on the lap of the accompanying adult. Please note that if asked, parents will have to show a piece of identification proving the age of the child. From the age of 24 months, children must have a ticket in their possession and must sit in their own seat.


Can I bring my camera and take pictures during the event?

The Skate Canada Spectator Camera Policy is in place at events to protect the safety of athletes and to ensure a distraction-free environment for all spectators.

Personal photography is permitted by spectators but cannot impact the viewing ability of others. All photos taken during the event must be for personal use only and captured on a small digital camera or mobile device.

The following is not permitted at Skate Canada events:

  • Flash photography to ensure the safety of the athletes.
  • Camera bags and large camera equipment, such as tripods.
  • Professional camera and/or detachable lenses greater than 6 inches or 200 mm.

No video recording of any type is permitted within the venue during the competition.

Unauthorized sale, commercial use and/or third-party distribution of photos from events are strictly prohibited. Only accredited team members are permitted to videotape their skater or team from rinkside during practice.

Spectators who do not abide by these restrictions risk having their camera confiscated or being removed from the event by the venue security staff.

Why does Skate Canada have a camera policy?

This policy is in place at events to protect the safety and privacy of athletes and to ensure a distraction-free environment for all spectators. This camera policy falls in line with venue and other sport organization policies.

What items are prohibited at The Bell Centre?

For your safety and comfort, the following items are prohibited within the Bell Centre:

  • All backpacks, coolers and sports bags, regardless of size
    • For your convenience, there are LocketGo lockers available near the Lucien L’Allier entrance of the Bell Center.
  • Any bag exceeding 35cm X 35cm X 15.25cm; we encourage clients to bring bags that can easily be stowed under seats
  • Hard-covered briefcases
  • Weapons, knives, including but not limited to: blades, cutters, pocketknives (regardless of their size), aerosols, explosives
  • Flags, banners or posters that might obstruct an audience member’s view
  • Food, drinks, alcohol, glass bottles and cans
  • Professional cameras of video cameras, selfie sticks
  • Laser pointers
  • Any object that makes noise including but not limited to: bell, horn
  • Any animal except for service animals
  • Any other prohibited item in compliance with promotors’ request.
  • Any other item deemed suspicion by security personnel.
  • Any signs, messages or garment displaying offensive, obscene or derogatory characterization

What type of food and beverage options are available at the Bell Centre?

Food services are available throughout the concourses. There are also many restaurants located within walking distance of the arena. For more information, visit bellcentre.ca.

Can I bring flags, banners, or noisemakers to the event?

Handheld flags and fan signs are permitted in the arena; however, must not obstruct the view of or distract other patrons in the stands. Skate Canada is not responsible for any damaged or lost items.

Airhorns and noisemakers requiring batteries or compressed air are not permitted in the arena. Small handheld noisemakers may only be used following a skater’s program or during ice resurfacing.

Are there in and out privileges during each day of the event?

Fans must have their ticket scanned out when leaving the building during the event and tickets will be scanned upon re-entry into the Bell Centre.

Is smoking allowed in the building?

The Bell Centre is a smoke-free building. Smoking is only permitted in exterior designated areas.

Does Skate Canada supply transportation to and from the arena?

Skate Canada does not offer transportation for spectators. For more information on public transportation, visit Montreal Tourism.

Is parking available at the Bell Centre?

Paid parking is available at the Bell Centre. Visit the Bell Centre website for more details.

Will this event be broadcast or live streamed?

The ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2024 will be broadcast. Exact channel allocation and broadcast schedule will be posted on montreal2024.com closer to the event.

What hotels are located close to the Bell Centre?

To find a list of hotels in Montreal, please visit Montreal Tourism.

Where can I send a question if it does not appear on this list?

If you have any questions which are not answered here, please forward them to info@skatecanada.ca.