MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – After a successful first run at U.S. Bank Stadium, the X Games are now slated to return to Minneapolis through 2020.

ESPN and the city announced Tuesday a two-year extension agreement for the City of Lakes to host the multi-day extreme sports competition.

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Last year, more than 100,000 fans attended the four-day event, which featured the world’s top skateboarders, BMX bikers and Moto X riders.

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This year, the X Games are slated for July 19-22.

The list of invited athletes is out, and the music headliners are the DJs Kaskade and Zedd, as well as rappers Ice Cube and local favorite Brother Ali.

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General admission tickets range from $50 for three-day passes to $20 for single day passes.