Winter sports fans can watch the 2014 Sochi Olympics closing ceremony live online as the games come to an end.
The closing ceremony itself takes place Sunday, February 23, at 11 am, but the broadcast will be shown at 8:30 pm on NBC.
The live stream of the closing ceremony will also be available via NBC.
The Sochi Olympics closing ceremony will bring an end to games that were both thrilling and controversial. There were several historic moments, like Canada becoming the first team to win back-to-back hockey gold medals in the modern NHL era.
But there were also controversies, like Sochi’s questionable readiness for the games and a figure skating judging controversy.
All of the difficult moments are expected to wash away, however, as athletes and fans gather to celebrate the closing of the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
Those who watch the 2014 Sochi Olympics closing ceremony live online will also get to see the transition to the 2018 games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
According to Jodi Jill of The Examiner, South Korea has planned some special features for the Sochi closing ceremony.
“Some of the biggest Korean entertainers are expected to be part of the program. Na Yoon-Sun, Jo Sumi, Na Yoon Sun (also known as Youn Sun Nah,) Lee Seung-Chul, and Yang Bang-Ean have been confirmed as part of the program. Another tidbit of interesting information on the ceremony is the massive amount of costumes that will be used in the performance. Close to 10,000 costumes are ready to use for the Closing Ceremony.”
Fans who want to watch the 2014 Sochi Olympics closing ceremony live online can click here. Both the BBC and the CBC also offer live coverage.