Tickets on sale now for Holiday Ice Show
December 10, 2004
BRECKENRIDGE – This year’s Holiday Ice Show at the Stephen C. West Ice Arena in Breckenridge will be the largest ever, featuring more than 80 skaters and special guests from around the country in “All I Want for the Holidays.” The show will take place Friday and Saturday, Dec. 17 and 18, at 6 p.m. at the indoor rink. Tickets are available for purchase now and are $8 for adults and $6 for youth and seniors. All tickets include free public skating after the show.
The theme “All I Want for the Holidays” is reflected in the routines of the skaters, ages 3 to adult, who desire to “talk to animals,” to be Barbie and to have a “Pink Cadillac.” The show will also include performances by Summit Figure Skating Club members, nationally recognized intermediate- and senior-level skating teams and individuals, and a special visit by Santa himself.”We’re excited to have the talents of so many amazing skaters grace our arena for this show,” said Tom Cierniak, Stephen C. West Ice Arena Skating Coordinator. “This will be a performance to remember in Summit County.”
Special guests for “All I Want for the Holidays” include the figure skating team of Lindsey and Andy Seitz, silver medalists at the 2005 Junior Grand Prix in Hungary and members of the 2004 U.S. International Figure Skating Team.
Accompanying Lindsey and Andy will be the skating pair Lucy Galleher and Justin Gaumond, members of the 2005 U.S. National Figure Skating Team, and Tim Koleto and Maddison Bullock, both 2005 U.S. Junior Nationals competitors. The show will also feature the Ice Dance team of Jessica Rose Paetsch and Brady Miller, 2005 U.S. Junior National competitors, and Pilar Cisneros, a pre-juvenile regional champion.Tickets for “All I Want for the Holidays” are on sale now at the Steve in Breckenridge or by calling (970) 547-9974.
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