Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation will present its first Nashville Ice Show and After Show Celebration on Sunday, Nov. 20, at Bridgestone Arena.
“An Evening with Scott Hamilton & Friends” will include a concert by 9-time Grammy Award winner Sheryl Crow, who will be joined onstage by other artists (to be announced at a later date).
The event will simultaneously feature live music and ice skating from the biggest names in figure skating including show host and Williamson County resident Scott Hamilton, and co-host Kristi Yamaguchi, as well as figure skating performances by Olympic champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White, Ekaterina Gordeeva, Brian Boitano, Jeffrey Buttle and more (to be announced at a later date).
“We’re coming home!” Hamilton said in a press release announcing the show. “After almost two decades of the biggest names from music and figure skating coming together to raise money for CARES, we’re finally bringing everyone to Nashville for an unbelievable evening of great music, skating performances and entertainment – all while raising money to fight cancer and celebrate survivorship.”
Immediately following the Ice Show, the After Show Celebration at the Music City Center will be hosted by comedian Henry Cho and Scott Hamilton. The event will include dinner, live entertainment, a silent auction and a live painting by Nashville artist Rob Hendon.
Tickets are on-sale now for reserved seating starting at $35 plus applicable service charges and preferred seating of $50 and $75 and are available at Bridgestone Arena Box Office, Ticketmaster outlets and ticketmaster.com.
Proceeds from the concert benefit Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation, celebrating cancer survivorship. For more information ,visit ScottCARES.org.
“An Evening with Scott Hamilton and Friends” has been held in Cleveland, Ohio, for 16 years and in Knoxville, Tenn., for the past two years. This is its first year Nashville has been added to the list of cities, largely because of Hamilton’s residence in Middle Tennessee.
The Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation supports cancer survivors, their families and their oncologists through user-friendly information, cutting edge research, state-of-the-art treatment options and contemporary wellness approaches. CARES stands for Cancer Alliance for Research, Education and Survivorship.