Tickets on sale Friday, July 12, 10am.
Olympic champion SCOTT HAMILTON announced SCOTT HAMILTON & FRIENDS, the fourth annual Nashville Ice Show benefiting the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation.
Nine-time GRAMMY Award winner SHERYL CROW joins Scott Hamilton as co-host for this year’s event. Crow and Hamilton, both cancer survivors, will be joined on stage for performances by GRAMMY winning artist KENNY LOGGINS, multi-platinum singer/songwriter GAVIN DEGRAW, lead singer of American Music Award-winning band MERCYME, BART MILLARD, JOHN ELEFANTE, former lead singer of KANSAS, and JOHNATHAN CAIN of JOURNEY, backed by highly acclaimed Nashville touring, recording and songwriting veterans, SIXWIRE.
Scott Hamilton & Friends will simultaneously feature live music and ice skating from the biggest names in the field including Olympic Ice Dancing Gold Medalists and Dancing with the Stars champion MERYL DAVIS and her partner Olympic Ice Dancing Gold Medalist CHARLIE WHITE, 2x Olympic Pairs Gold Medalist KATIA GORDEEVA, Ice Dance World Medalists KAITLYN WEAVER and ANDREW POJE, World Champion JEFFREY BUTTLE, U.S. National Champion MIRAI NAGASU, 2x U.S. National Champion ALISSA CZISNY, U.S. National Champions ASHLEY CAIN-GRIBBLE and TIMOTHY LE DUC, U.S. National Champion RYAN BRADLEY and U.S. National Champion MAX AARON.
Proceeds from the concert benefit Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation, dedicated to changing the future of cancer by funding advanced, innovative research that treats the cancer while sparing the patient. For more information, visit ScottCARES.org. Interviews and artwork are available upon request.
CARES is an acronym for Cancer Alliance for Research, Education and Survivorship. The Foundation seeks to be a neutral convener between organizations, researchers, academic scientists, drug developers and others to advance new treatments. It relies on the expertise of leading institutions, clinicians, scientists and industry experts to inform and provide direction on leading innovative research projects, screening, education and survivor programs.
Accessible entrances are located at the 5th Avenue Broadway Entrance, Demonbreun entrance, and at all five (5) entry points in the 6th Avenue Garage.
Accessible Restrooms are located throughout the Arena. Restrooms are accessible in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. There are also accessible family restrooms located throughout the Arena.
Accessible seating is available in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Accessible seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Disabled parking is available in the 6th Avenue Garage. The spaces are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Wheelchairs are available upon request at the AT&T Fan Information Center. A valid government-issued photo ID is required as collateral for borrowing a wheelchair.
Animals are not permitted in the Arena. Exceptions include service animals to aid guests with disabilities.
Assisted Listening Devices
Assisted Listening Devices are available upon request from the AT&T Fan Information Center located near Section 103. A Photo ID is required as collateral for using the assisted listening device. The ID will be exchanged back for the device when returned.
Sign Interpreters are available upon request. Interpreters must be requested in advance, two (2) weeks prior to the event. To request a sign interpreter, please call (615) 770-2000.