The Rio Olympics 2016 Closing Ceremony is scheduled to take place on August 21, 2016. It will be at the Maraca?a Stadium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is scheduled to start at 7:15 p.m. ET. It will likely feature live performances, music, fireworks and who really knows. That?s the interesting part about it. ??
It will be available on NBC on cable. NBC will also stream it online. Just go to NBCOlympics.com. Their NBC Sports app would also carry it. But there is one problem here though. You would need to sign up your pay TV account to access it. If you don?t have cable, you can still catch it on free TV. Yes, television signals are still aired. You can catch NBC there. You?d just need an antenna.
If you don?t have cable, do not have a good reception, or do not have an antenna, or just plainly want to watch this on the internet, here are ways to help you.
Sling TV (Limited)
Sling TV will carry NBC streaming as NBC will host the Rio Olympics 2016 Closing Ceremony. The problem with Sling TV is that it is quite limited to certain areas. Areas that you can access the live streaming of ceremonies are Washington D.C., Los Angeles, San Diego, Hartford, Dallas Fort-Worth, Miami Chicago, Philadelphia, New York. So if you live there, Sling TV is an option for you. It is contract-free and affordable. It?s Sling Blue package is just $25 per month.
If you just want to watch the Rio Olympics 2016 Closing Ceremony and really want to watch it for free, you could take advantage of their 7-day free trial and just cancel. Penny pinching folks would love this.
Also, you might want to check LiveSport24.net on the same day, they might have a few free streaming links there. The site always pushes through.