Tickets priced from £3–£20 are available for Synchronised Swimming, Hockey, Wheelchair Tennis, Water Polo and Paralympic Athletics from the Ticketmaster website
The events will see the first test of the Olympic Park’s common domain, the areas between the venues, with more than 70,000 spectators set to visit the Park on 5 May.
World-class sporting events
Synchronised Swimming, taking place in the Aquatics Centre from 18–22 April, will see Great Britain compete alongside world-class teams including Russia, the current Olympic and World Champions.
From 2–6 May, some of the world’s best men’s and women’s Hockey teams will play a crucial part in testing the Riverbank Arena.
The Great Britain women’s Water Polo team will line up alongside teams from around the world between 3–6 May, while the Wheelchair Tennis test event will see Eton Manor host its first competitive tournament.
On 8 May more than 200 Paralympic athletes from 50 nations will battle it out in track and field in the Olympic Stadium. The Stadium will also host a special event called ‘2012 Hours to Go: An Evening of Athletics and Entertainment’ on 5 May, with tickets also on sale tomorrow at £20 and £10.
More information on each of these events can be found on the London Prepares series website
London 2012 Director of Sport Debbie Jevans said: ‘We are now in the home straight and having staged 31 successful test events we are in a good position as we head towards the Games themselves.
'During our programme of six events in the Olympic Park over a seven-day period we will be able to focus on our overall Park operations outside the sport venues and this will be invaluable.’
Tickets for the Football test event at the City of Coventry Stadium on 23 April
are also on sale now from The
Ticket Factory and Ticketmaster
Five further test events – Wheelchair Rugby, Shooting, Paralympic Archery and Boccia – will take place in April and May with access available to local residents, members of National Governing Bodies and athletes’ friends and families.