Freestyle Kings revving up to take over Yarrow Stadium in 2025

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An adrenaline-pumping family fun event is coming to Yarrow Stadium 5 February 2025 and sports fans and adrenalin junkies can snap up tickets from 9am today.

Freestyle Kings is an unmatched freestyle motocross spectacle and features action sport athletes Robbie Maddison and his sons Kruz and Jagger Maddison, Ronnie Mac, FMX world champions Pat Bowden and Robbie Adelberg, and Wellington BMX star Ellie Chew.

From double black flips, front flips, BMX triple backflips and even a world-first stunt, the world’s best Motocross and BMX riders will be going sky-high during the 2-hour theatrical show and the action won’t stop there - with music, fire artists and pyrotechnics throughout the evening.

NPDC’s Head of Major Events, Neil Fenwick, is thrilled to be bringing an extreme sports event to Yarrow Stadium – the first non-rugby major event the venue has had since Nitro Circus in 2017.
“Freestyle Kings will be a non-stop night of mind-blowing stunts and adrenaline-pumping excitement for the whole whānau to enjoy. To see the world’s best talent pushing the boundaries will be an unforgettable experience.”

Tickets are priced from $39 and can be purchased from Ticketek.

Freestyle Kings at Yarrow Stadium
Wednesday 5 February 2025


Venue Fast Facts:

  • Freestyle Kings on 5 February 2025 will mark the first non-rugby major event at Yarrow Stadium since 2017 due to venue redevelopment.
  • Taranaki Regional Council has led the redevelopment project at Yarrow Stadium. See Yarrow Stadium/Taranaki Regional Council for more information.
  • Yarrow Stadium is operated by NPDC and owned by Taranaki Stadium Trust.