Single Session Tickets for 2023 World Cup Finals in Omaha Go on Sale Oct. 18

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Isabell Werth of Germany on Weihegold OLD celebrating World Cup victory in Omaha in 2017. It was the first of three straight finals won by the most decorated equestrian in history. © 2017 Ken Braddick/

OMAHA, Nebraska, Sept. 21, 2022–Single session tickets and tables for the 2023 World Cup™ Finals in Omaha go on sale as of Tuesday, Oct. 18.

The world’s top dressage, jumping and vaulting athletes will descend on Omaha April 4-8, 2023 for the World Cup Finals at the CHI Health Center Omaha, the site of the highly acclaimed 2017 global championships. The 2023 event will mark the first time a vaulting final will be held in North America.

“All-Session tickets and tables have been in high demand with so much interest in the World Cup’s return to Omaha,” said Lisa Roskens, chair of the Omaha Equestrian Foundation, producer of the Finals. “Everyone is looking forward to seeing the world’s best horses, riders, and vaulters, and we expect single-session tickets to sell quickly. I strongly recommend that everyone purchase their tickets today to experience what we know will be the best World Cup Finals ever held.”

All-Session tickets are on sale now via Ticketmaster. Included are options for VIP lounge passes and fully catered ringside tables.

The venue is located in the heart of downtown Omaha.

The finals will feature everything under one roof–stabling, warm-up, competition arena, dining venues, and shopping expo. Hotels, restaurants, and entertainment are within easy walking distance. The 2017 event drew visitors and volunteers from all 50 states and 38 countries.

The 2023 finals will pay homage to the Great Plains horses’ cultural impact by infusing tributes to Native American heritage through the theme “1723.” The Omaha Equestrian Foundation partnered with Bluebird Cultural Initiative to develop the theme that will be part of the event’s educational and entertainment programs that are free to the public.