Figure skating icon Scott Hamilton is hosting his annual “Scott Hamilton & Friends” show this year on Nov. 19 at Bridgestone Arena with a celebration of the 1990s, the decade during which he was diagnosed with and treated for testicular cancer.
The event once again will showcase the biggest names in music performing alongside the most decorated stars of figure skating live. Musical guests taking the stage include Trace Adkins, Deana Carter, Jo Dee Messina, Steve Wariner, and The Frontmen featuring Richie McDonald, Larry Stewart, and Tim Rushlow, with house band Sixwire.
World, national, and Olympic champion skaters performing once-in-a-lifetime choreography will include 3x world champion and 2022 Olympic champion Nathan Chen for his first performance at the event, alongside 2x Olympic champion Katia Gordeeva, Olympic champion David Pelletier, Olympic bronze medalist Jeremy Abbott, 2x Olympian and 4x world champion Kurt Browning, world champions and Olympic team medalists Alexa Knierim and Brandon Frazier, 2x world medalists and Olympians Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje, 3x Canadian national champions and Olympians Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro, 2x U.S. national champion and Olympian Gracie Gold, 2x Canadian national champion and Olympian Keegan Messing, U.S. national champion and Olympian Mariah Bell, 2x U.S. national champion Alissa Czisny, and olympian Polina Edmunds. Social media sensation Elladj Baldé will also make his third consecutive appearance in the show.
Tickets for “Scott Hamilton & Friends,” which benefits the Scott Hamilton Cares Foundation, will be available beginning Oct. 6 via Ticketmaster.