THE Olympic Games are over but now it is time for the Paralympics to head to Tokyo.
Team GB finished second in the medal table behind China at Rio 2016 and will look to build on that success this time around.
But first up there's the Opening Ceremony. Here's all you need to know about it.
When is the 2020 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony?
- The Paralympics Opening Ceremony will take place on Tuesday, August 24.
- It will commence at 12pm and is expected to last around three to four hours.
What TV channel is the 2020 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony on and can I live stream it?
- The Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony is live on Channel 4.
- Coverage commences at 11.30am UK time and will continue until 3.15pm.
- To stream the Opening Ceremony live, head to the Channel 4 website.
Can I watch the Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony for free?
- Yes. Channel 4 is FREE for all UK viewers with a TV licence.
- You can get your TV licence here.
What is happening at the Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony?
As is the tradition, there will be the parade of athletes and teams around the stadium. However, no fans will attend this time.
Japanese pianist Nobuyuki Tsujii is also set to perform at the event, though further details have not been released.
Organisers have said: "When people look back on the Tokyo 2020 Games in 50 or 100 years time, the Games should be seen to have been a catalyst for change in culture, society and values leading to the realisation of a more sustainable, spiritually richer, happier society."
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