Floating Skatepark & Freerun Parcours

Come skate, freerun, play basketball or dance for free in the Maashaven in June. Would you rather play a game of panna? That is also possible.

Our floating festival heart consists of 3 large barges, of which barge 2 is all about urban sports. We invite you to come and try this place. In the schedule below you can see when you can come by to exercise on the water. All you need is your own gear.

Besides sporting for yourself,  various clinics and workshops are also offered through Rushworld and Skateland. Or visit the skate symposium on Wednesday 21 June with professional skater Leo Valls.

Skate Free Hours Schema
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Wo 7 juni
Do 8 juni Free Free Free
Vr 9 juni Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free
Za 10 juni Free Free Free Free Free Free
Zo 11 juni Free Free Free Free Free Free Free Free
Ma 12 juni
Di 13 juni Free Free Free Free

Come sport for free during the blue Skate Free Hours. This schedule will be updated weekly.

Practical info


The entrance of the festival heart is next to the Maassilo in de Maashaven. Report at the welcome desk. Here you’ll receive a special access wristband that will allow you entry to the Floating Skatepark & freerun parcours.

Good to know
  • There is no toilet in the festival heart. The nearest toilets are in the Maassilo.
  • There is no place to tap water in the festival heart. So bring your own water bottle.
  • During a visit to the festival heart you’ll agree to the House rules.
  • Sporting in the floating festival heart is at your own risk.
Rush World

During the Rotterdam Architecture Month Rush World organizes several events around freerunning and urban sports.


Learn to skate in the Floating Skatepark & freerun parcours. Join the Skateland Skate Clinics and practice under professional supervision. The clinics take place on the following dates:

Skate Symposium

Wednesday 21 June 14.00 – 17.00

On Go Skateboarding Day, AIR is hosting a Skate Symposium in collaboration with activist and community organizer Kim Butter. Where does Rotterdam stand as a skateable city? And why is it interesting to look at public space and through the eyes of skaters and urban sporters?

Professional skater and skate mediator Leo Valls will travel to Rotterdam to explain more about his practice.

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