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Go Skateboarding Day

Go Skateboarding Day is an annual one-day celebration of skateboarding, usually held on 21st June, with the aim of promoting the sport and encouraging skaters to drop everything else and get outside. Originally conceived by the International Association of Skateboard Companies (IASC), the day was first held in 2004, with a few simple skate sessions and barbecues held in skateboarding’s unofficial capital, Southern California.

Events, fundraisers, contests, protests and demos are held around the world to celebrate the day – one of the biggest events is in New York City, run by the boss of 5boro Skateboards Steve Rodriguez, where thousands of participants take part. In 2013, the day kicked off at Flushing Meadows skatepark with a best trick event on the park handrail, before heading back to the city for the traditional push across the Williamsburg. into the city’s Lower Eastside and the LES Coleman Playground.

Earlier Event: 16 June
Vert Series - Southsea
Later Event: 22 June
Bridges Jam 8 (Belfast)