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The Glorious Sons, TALK & More to Perform During NHL All-Star Weekend Skills Competition

The event will take over Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, during the 2024 All-Star weekend.

The Glorious Sons

The Glorious Sons

Jonathan Weiner

The National Hockey League revealed on Thursday (Jan. 18) that rock band The Glorious Sons and multi-instrumentalist TALK will be headlining this year’s NHL All-Star Skills presented by DraftKings Sportsbook.

The event, which will take over Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Canada, on Feb. 2 during the 2024 All-Star weekend, will also feature Dinah Jane and Chxrry22 performing the U.S. and Canadian national anthems, respectively. The Glorious Sons and TALK performances will be televised as part of the broadcasts on Sportsnet and TVA Sports in Canada and on ESPN and ESPN+ in the United States.


The weekend will kick off with NHL All-Star Thursday on Feb. 1, before NHL All-Star Skills presented by DraftKings Sportsbook will take place on Friday, Feb. 2, and the Honda (U.S.) / Rogers (Canada) NHL All-Star Game wraps up the weekend on Saturday, Feb. 3.

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This year’s NHL All-Star Skills will introduce a revamped format with 12 NHL All-Stars competing for points in eight events, with the all-star who accumulates the most points taking home a prize of $1 million. Additional news around NHL All-Star Weekend will be announced in the coming weeks.

Tickets to the NHL All-Star Thursday are available at Ticketmaster.com while tickets for the 2024 NHL All-Star Skills presented by DraftKings Sportsbook are available via Ticketmaster Verified Resale.

This article was originally published by BIllboard U.S.

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