Virtue and Moir launch cross-Canada 'thank you' tour this fall

Jun 5 2018, 11:30 pm

Canada’s sweethearts are coming to a town near you, just to say “thank you.”

What a year it has been for Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.

After winning a pair of gold medals at PyeongChang 2018 in February and capturing the hearts of the country, they solidified themselves as Olympic legends.

Virtue and Moir followed that up with a number of media appearances, including a visit on the Ellen Show.

They recently completed a cross-Canada tour with Stars on Ice, followed by performances in Asia with stops in Korea and Japan. Now they’re making their way throughĀ Europe, beginning in Belgium.

Canada’s favourite non-couple hasn’t had much time to rest, and that won’t change this fall, as the ice dance champions announced plans for another ambitious cross-country tour. Dubbed the “Thank You Canada Tour,” this is a chance for Virtue and Moir to say thanks one more time.

“When we tackle a project, we want to be all in,” said Virtue and Moir in a statement. “That level of investment is critical for us, and we know it’s when we produce our best work. Putting together a skating show that feels fresh, vibrant, and different is an incredible challenge we are fully embracing, and we’re committed to ensuring audiences get a spectacular show.”

Along with a star-studded lineup, Virtue and Moir will perform in 26 mostly small/medium sized cities across all 10 provinces, beginning in Abbotsford, BC on October 5, with the last stop in St. John’s, Newfoundland on November 24.

Fans will have the opportunity to buy tickets to the show – which also includes stars like Patrick Chan, Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford, Kaetlyn Osmond, and Elvis Stojko – as well as meet and greet passes.

ā€œI feel as if our careers are just beginning,” said Chan, who announced his retirement from competitive skating in April. “Weā€™re joining forces to bring a new show to all Canadians. There are so many amazing people across Canada who have supported this group, we wanted to thank them all. We are going to do just that.”

Tickets go on sale on different dates, depending on the show. Tickets for the first show in Abbotsford go on sale this Friday at 10 am.

Date City Arena
Fri, Oct 5 Abbotsford, BC Abbotsford Centre
Sat, Oct 6 Kelowna, BC Prospera Place
Tue, Oct 9 Grande Prairie, AB Revolution Place
Sat, Oct 13 Prince George, BC CN Centre
Sun, Oct 14 Dawson Creek, BC Encana Events Centre
Wed, Oct 17 Lethbridge, AB ENMAX Centre
Thu, Oct 18 Red Deer, AB ENMAX Centrium Arena
Fri, Oct 19 Regina, SK Brandt Centre
Sat, Oct 20 Medicine Hat, AB Canalta Centre
Sun, Oct 21 Brandon, MB Keystone Centre
Thu, Oct 25 Sault Ste Marie, ON Essar Centre
Fri, Oct 26 Sudbury, ON Sudbury Arena
Sat, Oct 27 Kitchener, ON Kitchener Memorial Auditorium
Wed, Oct 31 Barrie, ON Barrie Molson Centre
Thu, Nov 1 Oshawa, ON Tribute Communities Centre
Fri, Nov 2 Sarnia, ON Progressive Auto Sales Arena
Sat, Nov 3 London, ON Budweiser Gardens
Sun, Nov 4 Saint Catharines, ON Meridian Centre
Thu, Nov 8 Kingston, ON Rogers K-Rock Centre
Fri, Nov 9 Peterborough, ON Peterborough Memorial Centre
Sat, Nov 10 Quebec City, QC Centre Videotron
Sun, Nov 11 Moncton, NB Moncton Downtown Centre
Tue, Nov 13 Saint John, NB Harbour Station
Wed, Nov 14 Sydney, NS Centre 200
Thu, Nov 15 Summerside, PEI Credit Union Place
Sat, Nov 24 St John’s, NL Mile One Centre
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