This weekend, Street League is taking over Newark, New Jersey from the Prudential Center for the last stop before the Nike SLS 2016 Super Crown World Championship in October. We’ve been getting hit up for information about the contest all week so here’s some helpful info below including: how to get tickets, the schedule, what 29 pros are competing, standings and generally what SL’s all about.

Q: Where can I get tickets?
Either through StreetLeague or through the Prudential Center Box Office, Monday – Friday from 11:00am to 6:00pm. Their phone number is 973-757-6600. They have different ticket packages to choose from.

Q: How do you get there?
The Prudential Center has directions, parking info, mass transit info and drop off information posted here.

Q: What’s the schedule for Street League?

10:00AM – 5:00PM Media Check In
10:00AM – 1:00PM Pro Practice
10:00AM Outdoor Expo Open to Public
12:15PM  Arena Doors Open
1:25PM – 4:20PM Prelim Heats
4:20PM – 5:00PM Intermission / Pro Practice
5:00PM – 6:30PM Final
6:35PM – 6:50PM #DIAMONDBESTRICK presented by Diamond Supply Co.

Q: Can I skate the course?
Only if you get signed to Street League, best of luck!


Q: Who’s competing?
Tom Asta, Matt Berger, Kevin Bradley, Trevor Colden, Chris Cole, Ryan Decenzo, Tommy Fynn, David Gonzalez, Felipe Gustavo, Kelvin Hoefler, Nyjah Huston, Chris Joslin, Tiago Lemos, Sean Malto, Cody Mcentire, Luan Olivera, Shane O’Neil, Chaz Ortiz, Micky Papa, Torey Pudwill, Carlos Ribeiro, Paul Rodriguez, Bastien Salabanzi, Manny Santiago, Miles Silvas, Evan Smith, Davis Torgerson, Ishod Wair, and Kyle Walker.

Q: What are the current standings?
Shane O’neil is on top with Paul Rodriguez and Nyjah Huston right behind him. Current standings are posted on the Street League site here.

Q: How many competitions are there?
The day is divided into three parts. The prelims start at 1:25pm and then the finals start at 5pm. After that, Diamond Supply Co. presents the Best Trick contest at 6:35pm.

Q: What’s Street League all about?
Street League is a contest circuit founded by Rob Dyrdek in 2010. It’s grown into a large scale contest similar to X-games and draws excited fans and harsh critics alike. The format of the judging makes it easy for a non-skateboarder to gain a small amount of understanding when it comes to trick names and who the skaters in the contest are. The structured feel of the contests may seem pretty lame to your typical cool guy but at the core of it all, the tricks that go down are still pretty sick. Check it out with an open mind and form your own opinion. Here’s our recap from last year.

Q: Can I watch it live from my computer or TV?
Yes. The live webcast will be up on starting at 1:25pm EST on Sunday or watch on Fox Sports 1 (including the Fox Sports GO app).

Q: Where can I find out more info about Street League?
Head over to for videos and additional contest info. Here’s link to our Street League recap from last year including photos and IG’s.

We’ll be sure to post more IG’s throughout this year’s contest so follow us @nyskateboarding.