NBA All-Star Weekend How To Watch Online

NBA All-Star Weekend has officially rolled into Los Angeles for a sixth time, with Staples Center playing host to the league’s top talent
and showcase events for a third time. Southern California was last the center of the NBA world in February 2011.

NBA All-Star Weekend

NBA All-Star Weekend

The L.A. Convention Center is once again being utilized for various events and fan interactions. The festivities begin Friday morning with
practice sessions for the Rising Stars Challenge teams.

That will later be followed by the All-Star Celebrity Game, played at the Verizon Up Arena inside the Convention Center, and the Rising
Stars Challenge, held at Staples Center.

All-Star Game practices are set for Saturday morning, with the Skills Challenge, 3-Point Challenge and Slam Dunk Contest taking place that
evening.

All-Star Weekend winds to a close on Sunday with the marquee event. This year’s All-Star Game came with some change, as team captains
Stephen Curry and LeBron James held a private draft to assemble their respective rosters.

Included below is the complete All-Star Weekend schedule, even times, TV information and how to watch online.

Friday, Feb. 16

Mtn Dew Kickstart Rising Stars Practice, 9:30 a.m. NBA TV (live stream)
NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, 4 p.m. on ESPN (live stream)
Mtn Dew Kickstart Rising Stars Challenge, 6 p.m. on TNT (live stream)

Saturday, Feb. 17

NBA Hall of Fame announcements, 10 a.m. on NBA TV (live stream)
NBA All-Star practice and media day, 11 a.m. on NBA TV (live stream)
NBA commissioner Adam Silver media availability, 4 p.m. on NBA TV (live stream)
Skills Challenge, 3-point Contest, Slam Dunk competition, 5 p.m. on TNT (live stream)

Sunday, Feb. 18

NBA Legends Brunch, 12 p.m. on NBA TV (live stream)
NBA G League International Challenge, 1:30 p.m. on NBA TV (live stream)
NBA All-Star Game, 5 p.m. on TNT (live stream)

NBA All Star Game 2018 How To Watch Online

NBA All Star Game 2018 has officially rolled into Los Angeles for a sixth time, with Staples Center playing host to the league’s top talent
and showcase events for a third time. Southern California was last the center of the NBA world in February 2011.

NBA All Star Game 2018

The L.A. Convention Center is once again being utilized for various events and fan interactions. The festivities begin Friday morning with
practice sessions for the Rising Stars Challenge teams.

NBA All Star Game 2018

That will later be followed by the All-Star Celebrity Game, played at the Verizon Up Arena inside the Convention Center, and the Rising
Stars Challenge, held at Staples Center.

All-Star Game Game practices are set for Saturday morning, with the Skills Challenge, 3-Point Challenge and Slam Dunk Contest taking place that
evening.

NBA All Star Game 2018 winds to a close on Sunday with the marquee event. This year’s All-Star Game came with some change, as team captains
Stephen Curry and LeBron James held a private draft to assemble their respective rosters.

Included below is the complete NBA All Star Game 2018 schedule, even times, TV information and how to watch online.

Friday, Feb. 16

Mtn Dew Kickstart Rising Stars Practice, 9:30 a.m. NBA TV (live stream)
NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, 4 p.m. on ESPN (live stream)
Mtn Dew Kickstart Rising Stars Challenge, 6 p.m. on TNT (live stream)

Saturday, Feb. 17

NBA Hall of Fame announcements, 10 a.m. on NBA TV (live stream)
NBA All-Star practice and media day, 11 a.m. on NBA TV (live stream)
NBA commissioner Adam Silver media availability, 4 p.m. on NBA TV (live stream)
Skills Challenge, 3-point Contest, Slam Dunk competition, 5 p.m. on TNT (live stream)

Sunday, Feb. 18

NBA Legends Brunch, 12 p.m. on NBA TV (live stream)
NBA G League International Challenge, 1:30 p.m. on NBA TV (live stream)
NBA All-Star Game, 5 p.m. on TNT (live stream)

NBA All Star Celebrity Game

The NBA All Star Celebrity Game will be played Friday, February 16, 2018 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, as part of the 2018 NBA All-Star Game events. The NBA All-Star Game will be played at the Staples Center on Sunday, February 18, 2018

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NBA All Star Celebrity Game

Here’s what you need to know:

What: NBA Celebrity All-Star Game
When: Friday, Feb. 16, 2018
Where: Staples Center, Los Angeles
Time: 7 p.m.
TV: ESPN
Livestream: WatchESPN

Coaches: Rachel Nichols and fellow ESPN commentator Katie Nolan will serve as celebrity coaches for the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game. Nolan will be joined by NBA legend and ESPN analyst Paul Pierce, as well as actor and recording artist Common to coach “Team Clippers.”

Nichols will be joined by Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer Tracy McGrady and actor Michael B. Jordan to coach “Team Lakers.”

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Rosters:

Team Clippers: Anthony Anderson (ABC’s “black-ish”), Brandon Armstrong (actor, social media star), Miles Brown (ABC’s “black-ish”), Win Butler (Arcade Fire), Common (actor, recording artist), Andre De Grasse (Olympic sprinter), Stefanie Dolson (WNBA’s Chicago Sky), Jamie Foxx (actor, singer, musician), Paul Pierce (NBA legend, ESPN analyst), Dascha Polanco (actress, activist), Bubba Watson (two-time Masters champion) and Jason Williams (NBA legend).

Team Lakers: Sterling Brim (MTV’s “Ridiculousness”), Nick Cannon (actor, recording artist, star of MTV’s Wild’N Out), Terence Crawford (boxer), Rachel DeMita (NBA2KTV host, actress, model), Jerry Ferrara (STARZ’s “Power”), Marc Lasry (Milwaukee Bucks co-owner), Tracy McGrady (NBA legend, ESPN analyst), Caleb McLaughlin (Netflix’s “Stranger Things”), Candace Parker (WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks), Nate Robinson (NBA legend), Drew Scott (HGTV’s “Property Brothers”) and Kris Wu (actor, singer, music producer). — Courtesy NBA.com

Olympics 2018

The Olympics 2018 begin Friday, Feb. 9 in PyeongChang Olympic Stadium, and the schedule of events is packed from the opening ceremony until the closing ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 25.In between, the Winter Olympics schedule features non-stop match-ups and medal ceremonies. Eager viewers can even start watching certain sports early, and NBC starts its primetime coverage with figure skating at 8 p.m. ET on Thursday, Feb. 8.

Olympics 2018

Olympics 2018

New Winter Olympics events

Some new Olympics events will make their debut in PyeongChang: the Alpine team competition, in which 16 countries square off in a mixed-gender slalom tournament; big-air snowboarding (boarders ascend to the top of a tower, then fly off a 160-ft. ramp); mixed doubles curling, which features two curlers—a man and a woman—on a squad rather than the usual four; and mass-start speedskating (think a very crowded oval).

Where are the games?

The games will be held in Pyeongchang in South Korea.

There has never been an Olympics in this region but South Korea have hosted the Summer Olympics 1988 in Seoul.

Pyeongcheng is located in the mountains of South Korea in the province of Gangwon and is a popular destination for hiking and skiing.

Pyeongcheng is nine hours ahead of GMT.

When do they start?

The games officially start on Thursday, 8 February.

The Opening Ceremony takes place at 11am GMT on Friday, 9 February.

The Olympics 2018 officially ends on 25 February

What TV channel is it on and will it be live streamed?

Coverage of the games will be televised on BBC Sport and Eurosport.

The schedule for each individual Winter Olympic sport can help ensure you don’t miss any of your favorite qualifying events or medals. You can also check out the primetime Winter Olympics schedule below to find your favorite sports and plan your television or streaming viewing.The listings are subject to change, but here are the sports NBC plans to air on each night and major events the network has listed for the coverage.

PyeongChang 2018

In between, the Winter Olympics schedule features non-stop match-ups and medal ceremonies. Eager viewers can even start watching certain sports early, and NBC starts its primetime coverage with figure skating at 8 p.m. ET on Thursday, Feb. 8.

The 2018 Winter Olympics begin Friday, Feb. 9 in PyeongChang Olympic Stadium, and the schedule of events is packed from the opening ceremony until the closing ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 25.

PyeongChang 2018 live

PyeongChang 2018

New Winter Olympics events

Some new Olympics events will make their debut in PyeongChang: the Alpine team competition, in which 16 countries square off in a mixed-gender slalom tournament; big-air snowboarding (boarders ascend to the top of a tower, then fly off a 160-ft. ramp); mixed doubles curling, which features two curlers—a man and a woman—on a squad rather than the usual four; and mass-start speedskating (think a very crowded oval).

Where are the games?

The games will be held in Pyeongchang in South Korea.

There has never been an Olympics in this region but South Korea have hosted the Summer Olympics 1988 in Seoul.

Pyeongcheng is located in the mountains of South Korea in the province of Gangwon and is a popular destination for hiking and skiing.

Pyeongcheng is nine hours ahead of GMT.

When do they start?

The games officially start on Thursday, 8 February.

The Opening Ceremony takes place at 11am GMT on Friday, 9 February.

The Olympics officially ends on 25 February

What TV channel is it on and will it be live streamed?

Coverage of the games will be televised on BBC Sport and Eurosport.

The schedule for each individual Winter Olympic sport can help ensure you don’t miss any of your favorite qualifying events or medals. You can also check out the primetime Winter Olympics schedule below to find your favorite sports and plan your television or streaming viewing.The listings are subject to change, but here are the sports NBC plans to air on each night and major events the network has listed for the coverage.

Winter Olympics

The 2018 Winter Olympics begin Friday, Feb. 9 in PyeongChang Olympic Stadium, and the schedule of events is packed from the opening ceremony until the closing ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 25.In between, the Winter Olympics schedule features non-stop match-ups and medal ceremonies. Eager viewers can even start watching certain sports early, and NBC starts its primetime coverage with figure skating at 8 p.m. ET on Thursday, Feb. 8.

Winter Olympics 2018

Winter Olympics 2018

New Winter Olympics events

Some new Olympics events will make their debut in PyeongChang: the Alpine team competition, in which 16 countries square off in a mixed-gender slalom tournament; big-air snowboarding (boarders ascend to the top of a tower, then fly off a 160-ft. ramp); mixed doubles curling, which features two curlers—a man and a woman—on a squad rather than the usual four; and mass-start speedskating (think a very crowded oval).

Where are the games?

The games will be held in Pyeongchang in South Korea.

There has never been an Olympics in this region but South Korea have hosted the Summer Olympics 1988 in Seoul.

Pyeongcheng is located in the mountains of South Korea in the province of Gangwon and is a popular destination for hiking and skiing.

Pyeongcheng is nine hours ahead of GMT.

When do they start?

The games officially start on Thursday, 8 February.

The Opening Ceremony takes place at 11am GMT on Friday, 9 February.

The Olympics officially ends on 25 February

What TV channel is it on and will it be live streamed?

Coverage of the games will be televised on BBC Sport and Eurosport.

The schedule for each individual Winter Olympic sport can help ensure you don’t miss any of your favorite qualifying events or medals. You can also check out the primetime Winter Olympics schedule below to find your favorite sports and plan your television or streaming viewing.The listings are subject to change, but here are the sports NBC plans to air on each night and major events the network has listed for the coverage.

Dubai International Boat Show

The Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS) will be returning to the UAE next month, at a new location on the Dubai Canal.

Dubai International Boat Show

Dubai International Boat Show 2018

Taking place from February 27 to March 3, DIBS 2018 will be held at the new location, as construction gets under way at the new Dubai Harbour, designed to be the Middle East’s largest marina with some 1,400 berth spaces. Dubai Harbour will provide the UAE’s boating community with an expanded base that will inspire a new wave of owners to the region.

“Dubai Canal is one of the great construction achievements in recent years and a wonderful success to the marine industry in the UAE. To hold the prestigious Dubai International Boat Show at this location is a very exciting prospect with a wealth of possibilities, and I’m looking forward to seeing how it develops DIBS into its next stage of growth,” said Saeed Hareb, secretary general of Dubai Sports Council and senior advisor to the Dubai International Boat Show.

The new site has allowed organisers to create an event that aims to provide greater opportunities for partners and exhibitors to showcase all-new, breath-taking luxury superyachts, sailing boats, fishing vessels, water stunts and cutting-edge industry technology. The Dubai Canal is an ideal location for the region’s leading luxury yacht and sailing industry event. The 3.2-kilometres long waterway runs from the creek in Old Dubai, through Business Bay and into the Arabian Gulf. Since its opening in 2016, Dubai Canal has further established Dubai as a world-class maritime destination.

The Dubai Canal location provides unprecedented access to surrounding business and leisure hubs such as DIFC, DWTC and Business Bay, as well residential communities such as Downtown Dubai. Visitors to DIBS will have world-famous landmarks such as the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall and Dubai Frame just minutes away, and ample parking and transportation options at the event.

Erwin Bamps, CEO of Gulf Craft said: “Gulf Craft is delighted to welcome a new location for the region’s leading yacht and boat show. We’ve followed the development of the Dubai Canal very closely – it has created a new concept of waterfront living and waterfront enjoyment for residents and tourists alike. We are looking forward to bringing Gulf Craft’s selection of vessels to this exciting new venue next year. The location, at the very heart of Dubai and its newest, world-class landmark, perfectly reflects the event’s status on the global maritime calendar.”

New York Fashion Week

For the first time, Spring Studios in NYC will be the scenario for Fashion’s most coveted event in town, with additional shows at Industria and other venues all over the city. From February 8, 2018 to February 14, 2018 , New York Fashion Week is hosting the bi-annual fashion event that attracts over 1 million visitors and generates millions of dollars to the city.

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Olympics 2018

NYFW: New York Fashion Week runs from Thursday, February 8th to Friday, February 16th, 2018. Men’s Fashion Week will be Monday, February 5th to Wednesday, February 8th, 2018. The Shows will feature the collections of designers including: Adam Selman, Alice + Olivia By Stacey Bendet, Alice Mccall, All Comes From Nothing, Anna Sui, Asia Fashion Collection, Badgley Mischka, Bevza, Bibhu Mohapatra, Brock Collection, Chiara Boni La Petite Robe, Chocheng, Christian Cowan, Chromat, Claudia Li, Colovos, Concept Korea, Cushnie Et Ochs, Dan Liu, Dion Lee, Ennyluap.

Also Esmeraldekoi, Fashion Hong Kong, Gemma Hoi, Global Fashion Collective, Helen Anthony, Irina Vitjaz, Jason Wu, Jeremy Scott, John Elliott, Jonathan Simkhai, Just In Case By Yuying, Lan Yu, La Perla, Laquan Smith, Leanne Marshall, Libertine, Lujin Zhang, Mansur Gavriel, Marcel Ostertag, Marvel Studios Presents: Black Panther Welcome To Wakanda, Matthew Adams Dolan, Misha Kaura, Monse, Naeem Khan, Nicole Miller, Noon By Noor, Ph5, Philipp Plein, Prabal Gurung, Priscavera, Pyer Moss, Son Jung Wan, Tadashi Shoji, Tanya Taylor, Taoray Wang, Telfar, The Blonds, Ulla Johnson, Vivi Zubedi, Vivienne Hu, Vivienne Tam, Yajun, Zang Toi And Zimmermann.

If you would like to have the opportunity to experience the energy of the shows, it’s possible to get access with NYFW: The Experience, the Official Event Package Provider for New York Fashion Week. With security guarantee, all the NYFW: The Experiences’ Official Event Packages are only available through NYFW: The Experience and include luxury hospitality access.

But in case you are on a budget, you can download the official app for NYFW: The Shows to access the schedule,watch runway shows live, and explore every collection at your fingertips.

NYFW: The Shows Designer Lineup, Official Schedule

2018 New York Fashion Week

Thursday 8th

  • Colovos: Gallery I at Spring Studios at 10:00 am.
  • Global Fashion Collective Presented by First Stage Off-site at 10:00 am.
  • Noon by Noor: Gallery II at Spring Studios at 11:00 am.
  • Cinq À Sept: Off-Site at 11:30 am – 1:00 pm.
  • Global Fashion Collective Presented by First Stage Off-site at 12:00 pm.
  • PH5: Off-site at 2:00 pm.
  • Tadashi Shoji: Gallery I at Spring Studios at 3:00 pm.
  • Ulla Johnson: Gallery II at Spring Studios at 5:00 pm.
  • Laurence & Chico: Off-site at 5:00 pm.
  • Adam Selman: Gallery I at Spring Studios at 6:00 pm.
  • Ceremony: Xuly.Bet x Mimi Prober x Hogan McLaughlin Presented by First Stage Off-site at 7:00 pm.
  • Jeremy Scott: Gallery I at Spring Studios at 9:00 pm.

Friday 9th

  • Just In XX: Gallery II at Spring Studios at 9:00 am.
  • kate spade new york: Off-Site at 11:00 am – 12:30 pm.
  • Bibhu Mohapatra: Gallery II at Spring Studios at 12:00 pm.
  • Fashion Hong Kong: Off-Site at 12:00 pm.
  • Jason Wu: Gallery I at Spring Studios at 1:00 pm.
  • Paul Andrew: Off-Site 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
  • Brock Collection: Gallery II at Spring Studios at 3:00 pm.
  • Concept Korea: Gallery I at Spring Studios at 4:00 pm.
  • Chromat: Off-Site at 4:00 pm.
  • Matthew Adams Dolan Presented by MADE: Off-Site at 6:00 pm.
  • Cushnie Et Ochs: Off-Site at 6:30 pm.
  • Nicole Miller: Off-Site at 7:00 pm.
  • PRISCAVera Presented by MADE: Gallery II at Spring Studios at 8:30 pm.
  • Telfar Presented by MADE: Gallery I at Spring Studios at 9:00 pm.
  • Monse: Off-Site at 10:00 pm – 12:00 am.

Saturday 10th

  • Dan Liu: Gallery II at Spring Studios at 9:00 am.
  • Alice McCall: Off-Site at 9:00 am.
  • Dion Lee: Gallery I at Spring Studios at 11:00 am.
  • Taoray Wang: Gallery II at Spring Studios at 12:00 pm.
  • Misha Kaura Presented by First Stage Off-Site at 12:00 pm.
  • Son Jung Wan: Gallery I at Spring Studios at 2:00 pm.
  • Christian Cowan: Gallery II at Spring Studios at 3:00 pm.
  • Helen Anthony Presented by First Stage Off-Site at 3:00 pm.
  • Jonathan Simkhai: Gallery I at Spring Studios at 5:00 pm.
  • CAAFD Emerging Designer Collective Presented by First Stage Off-Site at 6:00 pm.
  • Asia Fashion Collection: Gallery II at Spring Studios at 8:00 pm.
  • Pyer Moss: Gallery I at Spring Studios at 8:30 pm.
  • EsmeraldeKoi Presented by First Stage Off-Site at 9:00 pm.
  • Philipp Plein: Off-Site at 9:00 pm.
    • Claudia Li: Gallery II at Spring Studios.
    • Ennyluap Presented by First Stage Off-Site.
    • Mansur Gavriel: Gallery I at Spring Studios.
    • Gemma Hoi: Off-Site.
    • Tibi: Off-Site.
    • Vivi Zubedi: Off-Site.
    • Angela Mitchell: Off-Site.
    • Tanya Taylor: Gallery II at Spring Studios.
    • Seven Crash: Off-Site.
    • Brandon Maxwell: Off-Site.
    • Lujin Zhang: Off-Site.
    • Prabal Gurung: Gallery I at Spring Studios.
    • Chocheng: Off-Site.

    Monday 12th

    • John Elliott: Gallery II at Spring Studios.
    • Zimmermann: Gallery I at Spring Studios.
    • Bevza: Gallery II at Spring Studios.
    • Libertine: Gallery II at Spring Studios.
    • Anna Sui: Gallery I at Spring Studios.
    • Yajun: Gallery I at Spring Studios.
    • Marvel Presents: Black Panther Welcome to Wakanda Off-Site.

    Tuesday 13th

    • Badgley Mischka: Gallery I at Spring Studios.
    • Rosie Assoulin: Gallery II at Spring Studios.
    • alice + olivia by Stacey Bendet: Off-Site.
    • Naeem Khan: Gallery I at Spring Studios.
    • Chiara Boni La Petite Robe: Gallery II at Spring Studios.
    • Vivienne Tam: Gallery I at Spring Studios.
    • Vivienne Hu: Gallery 2 at Spring Studios.
    • Zang Toi: Off-Site.
    • The Blonds: Gallery I at Spring Studios.

    Wednesday 14th

    • All Comes From Nothing: Gallery II at Spring Studios.
    • LaQuan Smith: Gallery I at Spring Studios.
    • Leanne Marshall: Gallery II at Spring Studios.
    • Marcel Ostertag: Gallery II at Spring Studios.
    • Esteban Cortazar: Gallery I at Spring Studios.
    • Irina Vitjaz: Gallery I at Spring Studios.

2018 New York Fashion Week

The 2018 New York Fashion Week officially kicks off Thursday, which means swarms of models, stylists, influencers, creatives, editors and other general multi-hyphenates are getting ready to touch down in the Big Apple, armed with logo-adorned scarves and statement outerwear. But just because you don’t have a front-row seat to all the shows doesn’t mean you can’t partake in all the NYFW fun.

2018 New York Fashion Week guide

Get camera-ready for New York Fashion Week 2018 will see international designer fashion labels present the Fall/Winter 2018 Women’s and some Men’s collections at the biannual event.

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When is New York Fashion Week 2018?

New York Fashion Week runs from Thursday, February 8th to Friday, February 16th, 2018. Men’s Fashion Week will be Monday, February 5th to Wednesday, February 8th, 2018.

Where is New York Fashion Week 2018?

Fashion Week shows take place all over the city, but the bulk of the core presentations take place at Spring Studios (6 St Johns Ln) with some shows at Industria (various locations in the city).

How do I get tickets to New York Fashion Week 2018?

NYFW includes two types of shows: Industry and open-to-the-public shows. Unless you’re a buyer or work in press, it is unlikely that you’ll be able to snag a seat to the heavy hitters. However, you can nab tickets to the public shows here.

So, to make sure you feel especially included in this season’s festivities, we’ve rounded up some fashion- and beauty-focused events that are open to the public. From sitting in on interactive designer discussion panels to learning makeup tips from the pros, read on for all the details.

New York Fashion Week 2018

New York Fashion Week 2018 officially kicks off Thursday, which means swarms of models, stylists, influencers, creatives, editors and other general multi-hyphenates are getting ready to touch down in the Big Apple, armed with logo-adorned scarves and statement outerwear. But just because you don’t have a front-row seat to all the shows doesn’t mean you can’t partake in all the NYFW fun.

Click Here: Watch Live Stream Online

Olympics 2018

Get camera-ready for New York Fashion Week 2018 will see international designer fashion labels present the Fall/Winter 2018 Women’s and some Men’s collections at the biannual event.

When is New York Fashion Week 2018?

New York Fashion Week runs from Thursday, February 8th to Friday, February 16th, 2018. Men’s Fashion Week will be Monday, February 5th to Wednesday, February 8th, 2018.

Where is New York Fashion Week 2018?

Fashion Week shows take place all over the city, but the bulk of the core presentations take place at Spring Studios (6 St Johns Ln) with some shows at Industria (various locations in the city).

How do I get tickets to New York Fashion Week 2018?

NYFW includes two types of shows: Industry and open-to-the-public shows. Unless you’re a buyer or work in press, it is unlikely that you’ll be able to snag a seat to the heavy hitters. However, you can nab tickets to the public shows here.

So, to make sure you feel especially included in this season’s festivities, we’ve rounded up some fashion- and beauty-focused events that are open to the public. From sitting in on interactive designer discussion panels to learning makeup tips from the pros, read on for all the details.