2018 Olympic bronze medallist pairs skaters Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford are among a star-studded lineup of skaters coming to Victoria in May for the next Stars on Ice tour. Photo by Julie Larochelle Briere

Olympic medal-winning lineup coming to Victoria for Stars on Ice

Tickets go on sale this Friday for Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre show May 14

Some of Canada’s greatest ice champions are bringing their captivating speed, skill and artistry to Victoria next spring.

Olympians and world champions Patrick Chan, Kaetlyn Osmond, Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford, and Elvis Stoyko headline the 2019 Stars on Ice tour, which touches down at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre on Tuesday, May 14 as part of a nationwide series of shows.

Tickets, starting at $25, go on sale this Friday (Dec. 7) at selectyourtickets.com and by phone at 250-220-7777. Special on0-ice seating is available.

This collection of skating stars, which also includes Olympic and world medallist Jeffrey Buttle and ice dance champions Kaitlyn Weaver & Andrew Poje, will give the Victoria audience a vivid reminder of the glory gained by Canadian skaters at the 2018 Olympics this year in PyongChang, South Korea. Their four-medal effort, including the inaugural team gold (with Chan, Osmond, Duhamel and Radford and others skating) helped Canada to a third-place overall finish at the Games.

Please visit starsonice.ca for the most up-to-date information and show announcements.


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Many-time Olympic, world and national men’s singles medallist Patrick Chan is part of a star-studded lineup of skaters coming to Victoria in May for the next Stars on Ice tour. Photo by Julie Larochelle Briere

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