A champion ice skater effortlessly combines strength with speed and grace, much like a hunting cheetah or an ox with a jetpack. Witness the natural skills of medalists with this GrouponLive deal to see Investors Group Stars on Ice at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton on Thursday, May 3, at 7 p.m. Choose from the following options:
For $15, you get one ticket for seating in sections 101–104, 112–118, or 126–128 (up to a $35.75 value, including ticketing fees).
For $35, you get a package (up to an $80.75 total value) that includes the following:
- One ticket for seating in sections 105, 111–119, or 125 (up to a $55.75 value, including ticketing fees)
- One poster signed by Olympic medalist Joannie Rochette (a $25 value)<p>
For $75, you get a package (up to a $160.75 total value) that includes the following: * One ticket for seating in sections 107–109 or 121–123 (up to an $85.75 value, including ticketing fees) * One poster signed by Olympic gold medalist Joannie Rochette (a $25 value) * Access to the pre-show warm-ups at 4:45 p.m. (a $50 value)<p>
During Investors Group Stars on Ice, Canada’s top figure skaters dazzle audiences with stomach-wrenching spins, stunning leaps, and graceful dances. Four-time world figure-skating champion Kurt Browning choreographs the evening’s entertainment, amplifying performances with great music and costumes before showcasing his own celebrated moves and ability to etch a photo-realistic self-portrait into the rink. Other skaters include the Olympic gold-medal-winning duo of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, who continue a 15-year partnership that has netted them numerous championships and the first perfect 10 awarded under the modern international scoring rubric. Joannie Rochette––winner of the first Canadian Olympic medal for ladies’ singles figure skating in 20 years––will also be on hand to show off her solo stuff for audiences, demonstrating skills that won her six consecutive Canadian Championships.
A poster signed by Rochette equips fans with a unique memento of the night. Access to pre-show warm-ups furnishes patrons with even more skating action as they watch their heroes limber up for high-velocity theatrics and post-show Twister parties.