May 3rd – 28th

Want to be a volunteer?

Want to be a volunteer?


You are part of the team that receives all accredited guests for the event, providing them with information and access certificates. The accreditation office is an information hub for all guests who are coming to do a job.

Crew Catering

Everybody needs food. In this team you will be essential in creating a pleasant atmosphere for all employees, suppliers and volunteers, making sure they have what they need, and keeping the area clean and cozy. This team also supplies food to those who cannot get to the crew area to eat.


Making sure that our audience is cared for means they can experience X Games as the fantastic event that it is. Many of our guests are families with children. As a host, you will be responsible for being present and ensuring our guests are having an extraordinary experience and help those who need information. You are the first person they meet, the individual the guest sees most often and the one they will contact first if they are unsure of anything.

PR Volunteer

We want to show this incredible event to the rest of the world through various mediums. We need people who can make videos, photos and short stories of that happening among crew, guests and practitioners to help us. The team will be in contact both Norwegian and international press that are present. As part of this team, you will make sure they have the information they require for their media outlets. You have to use your own equipment.

Riders Lounge

The athletes are our main guests. You will be there to make sure they have everything they need, enjoy themselves and relax between workouts and competitions.

Rig Team

There will not be an X Games without an arena. Here you will help set up all the necessary infrastructure such as TV tents, fences, garbage dumps and stages. Rigging will occur before and after the event
(May 3rd to May 29th).


We are an environmental friendly event. All trash must be cleaned and sorted throughout the arena. We want practitioners, guests and crew to experience the event as a clean and environmentally friendly place.


This is the core of X Games. We must make every effort to enable the athletes to be able to perform at the competition at their best. You will help ensure that the sport can be the best it can be by grooming the slopes by side-slipping, helping the judges and leaders of the competition, providing water in the starting area and assisting Antidoping Norway with its work.

The runner will help the production if there is anything they need to pick up or buy. For example equipment, food, electric cables and so on. The runners job is also to drive crew and athletes between hotel and arena.
You need to have a valid drivers license to apply for the runner job.

The ticket crew is responsible for ticket distribution, ticket sales and ensuring a smooth flow into the arena. You will be the first person they see, and the person who will grant them entry into an experience they will not soon forget.

X Games Norway will in 2018 be a part of Norways celebration of independence on May 17th. The most important day for all norwegians. There will be competitions in Skateboard, Ski and Snowboard. The best athletes in the world have already confirmed that they will be here. Join us for top level sports moment, big music acts, activities and parties all weekend!

How to get there?


Skur 13 ligger på Tjuvholmen i bygget med Pushwagner dekor, ved enden av Aker Brygge. Det tar ca 10 minutter å gå fra Nationaltheateret stasjon (buss, trikk, tog). Buss nr 21 og 54 stopper rett ved siden av Skur 13.

Skur 13 is located at Tjuvholmen in Oslo, in the building with Pushwagner decor, at the end of Aker Brygge. It takes about 10 minutes to walk from Nationaltheateret station (bus, tram, train). Buss number 21 and 54 stops right next to the venue.


Det er INGEN PARKERING på Fornebu til dette arrangementet. Publikum må reise kollektivt.

Du kan kjøpe shuttle billetter fra og til Oslo sentrum på eller Telenor Arena sin app.

Du kan også bruke Ruter sitt eksisterende busstilbud til stoppet som heter Fornebuparken. Hit går buss nr 24, 28, 31, 36E, 225, 270 og 31E

There is NO PARKING at or close to this venue. You must use public transport. You can buy a shuttle ticket that goes directly from and to downtown Oslo at or via the Telenor Arena app. You can also use regular public transport, using the bus nr 24, 28, 31, 36E, 225, 270 or 31E.

Where to stay?

The city of Oslo has plenty of hotels, motels, AirBnB and so on.

For information about available accommodation as well as booking please visit



All facilities at OBOS Big Air arena is outdoors, except VIP.

Wheelchair accessibility: There will be wheelchair access through a ramp and designated entrance. The organizers will assist guests when needed. There will also be a wheelchair accessible restroom. Please note that all facilities are outdoors.

What can you bring and not: 
You can bring snacks, fruits and babyfood. Remember that you will be able to buy food and refreshments in the arena.
 The following items are not allowed in the arena:
– All forms of bottles
– Alcohol
– Especially flammable liquids or objects
– Camping Equipment
– Professional camera and video equipment
– Animals

Contribute to a great event for everyone!
We love the environment – we would appreciate if all of our guests recycle waste at one of the many designated points around the arena. Please do not smoke or snus in the arena as there will be children at the event there with you. You will be able to buy tasty food and refreshments in the arena. Remember to dress for the weather.



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