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What to Know About the Opening Ceremony for the 2018 Winter Olympics: When, Where and How to Watch

by Kathleen Campbell0 comments

The 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea will officially kick off on Feb. 9 with its highly-anticipated opening ceremony.

The Olympics opening ceremony, which will have a peace theme, is expected to feature K-pop performances (fans may be hoping for BTS), heated patriotic uniforms and some very cold temperatures.

Here’s what we know about the Olympics opening ceremony festivities so far, including when and where it will take place:

What time does the 2018 Olympics opening ceremony start?

The Olympics opening ceremony will take place in PyeongChang on Friday, Feb. 9, beginning at 8 p.m. local time (6 a.m. EST). The opening ceremony is expected to last about two hours.

The official Winter Olympic Games schedule begins the day before the opening ceremony, with curling and ski jumping events starting on Feb. 8.

 

Original article by Katie Reilly at http://time.com/5124851/winter-olympics-opening-ceremony-2018-time/