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Virtue and Moir announce new rock-themed live tour
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The pair have been skating together since their teens, going on to claim numerous gold medals at the Olympics and win the hearts of figure skating and ice dancing fans around the world. And just stripping down our retirement and creating a message for the people who have always been there has created kind of a buzz. This tour has been a way for Virtue and Moir to finally check some goals off of their figure skating bucket list, by bringing together other talented and highly-decorated athletes as well as having choreographed routines to the music of Pink Floyd. We love the new band, the Birds of Bellwoods, out of Toronto that opens up for us. This is because they are expected to deliver complex routines in a longer time frame than when they are competing at the Olympic level.
Canadian sweethearts and Olympic gold medal figure skaters Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have announced a new rock and roll themed live tour. The tour promises the highest level of on-ice talent in an evolving production featuring live music from Toronto-based band Birds of Bellwoods. Virtue and Moir became the most decorated figure skaters in Olympic history after clinching gold at the Pyeongchang Olympics last year. Tickets for Rock The Rink go on sale May 3 at rocktherink. Virtue and Moir announce new rock-themed live tour.