The Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony will be broadcasted on Friday, July 23, and to celebrate the beginning of the games, “Rings Across America” has been going across America, with the latest stop being at Universal Orlando Resort.
- NBC launched the “Rings Across America” tour on July 3, starting at Universal Studios Hollywood, allowing Guests to take photos in front of the park with a life-size set of Olympic rings.
- Guests can now find the Olympic rings over at Universal Studios Florida from July 16 – 17 with a few more stops before the opening ceremony on July 23.
- The last set of stops include:
- Universal Studios Florida entrance arches from July 16 – 17
- National Mall in Washington, D.C. from July 19 – 20
- 30 Rockefeller Plaza Channel Gardens in New York City from July 23 – 25
- The Tokyo Olympics can be watched across the networks of NBC Universal from July 23 through August 8, 2021.
“Rings Across America” By The Numbers:
- “Rings Across America” will drive approximately 8,000 miles across the country in the weeks leading up to the Opening Ceremony.
- The Rings will visit 25 states along the way, totaling over 125 hours of drive time.
- Standing 13 feet off the ground, the Rings and mobile platform weigh more than 12,000 gold medals.