The Opening Ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games took place on 23/07/2021 at the Olympic Stadium, Tokyo. Presented by Tokyo 2020 | Olympic Games
The Opening Ceremony is now set for July 23, 2021—almost exactly one year after the games were due to start had they taken place in 2020—at 7 a.m. ET and 4 a.m. PT. (Tokyo is 13 hours ahead of ...
— Olympics (@Olympics) July 23, 2021. Welcome to the #OpeningCeremony @ItaliaTeam_it! Jessica Rossi and @eliaviviani are carrying the flag for the 2026 Winter Olympics hosts.
Fireworks soared above Tokyo's new Olympic Stadium Friday as the delayed Summer Games finally held its opening ceremony — an event that culminates in lighting the Olympic cauldron.
XXX Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony. Opening Ceremony to the 2012 Summer Olympics in London with special guests including those of British Royalty and Loyalty and special acts including Her Majesty jumping out of a helicopter and parachuting into the Olympic stadium and Mr. Bean on the piano.
The opening ceremony for the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics will be the largest ever held in the history of the Games. It will be open to all: local residents from Paris and its region, along with visitors from all over France and around the world. A ceremony designed for and by athletes Athletes will be the heart and soul of the ceremony.
The opening ceremony is one of the only times during the games where fans can get a feel for how many athletes are competing for each country. This year, per NBC, there is a roster of 627 athletes and alternates representing Team USA at the Tokyo Games, making it the second-largest team in US Olympic history.