The Olympic Steps in Wembley Park

The Olympic Step

Revealing the #OlympicStep!

To celebrate the completion of the brand-new Olympic Steps in Wembley Park, Strictly legend Neil Jones along with TikTok stars Swoosh and Kieran Lai have created a new dance to mark the occasions.

48 dance steps for the 48 new steps leading to Wembley Stadium. Say hello to the Olympic Step.

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With an original soundtrack produced by winner of series 14 of Britain's Got Talent, musician and comedian Jon Courtenay, the Olympic Step was purposefully choreographed to be made up of simple, catchy and fun moves that people could pick up, learn at home and get involved - which is exactly what we want to see.

It's time for everyone at home to get involved and show us your best recreation #OlympicStep for your chance to win a £300 London Designer Outlet voucher and, the best prize of all, a one-on-one dance lesson with Neil Jones himself. Yes, you read that right!

All you need to do is recreate the dance, upload onto TikTok, Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, tagging @wembleyparkldn and @mr_njonesofficial and using #OlympicStep for your chance to win this incredible prize. Entries close August 8th at Midnight. T&C's apply.Good luck and get dancing!

Olympic Steps

The Olympic Steps mark the final addition to the upgrade of Olympic Way. The 48 Olympic Steps, which function as the elegant entrance to Wembley Stadium, have also delivered an area of new public space, bigger than the pitch inside, that will be host to cultural and public events, as well as a new space for Londoners and visitors from across the globe to enjoy Wembley Park however they choose. A vast, sheltered undercroft area below the Olympic Steps landing is bathed in natural light through 36 giant pavement lights and provides new space to host public events, such as covered markets and live performances.