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Absolutely fantastic performance! We were able to get great seats right on the ice and It felt like we were seeing the Olympics again. These US skaters are the best in the world and we are so lucky to be able to see them at "Stars on Ice". If you get a chance..GO!!! and To All the Skaters...Thank you! Thank you! We loved it!!!
Julie Lidberg from Saint Paul, Minnesota
I saw a fantastic show put on by the Olympic skaters last night in Minneapolis, MN. They all skated so beautifully!!! I was very impressed with the choreography. A few of them fell on their jumps but it didn’t matter to me. Of course, Nathan Chen was the star of the show; however, There were other outstanding performances as well from Jason Brown and Nathan Chou. I won’t give any spoilers - it’s more fun to find out for yourself I highly recommend going to see the show! Was pleasantly surprised that all of them skated more than once. I absolutely loved the finale. Oh there is an intermission halfway through to resurface the ice. Go see the Stars on Ice!!!!!
Laura from Los Angeles, California
WONDERFUL SKATING , WISH I COULD HEAR THE EDGES ON THE ICE.
Our seats were right on the ice and it was an inspiring show. So physical, so gorgeous. The only disappointment was the music in the Honda center got so ridiculously loud we could not hear the skates on the ice.
Helen from Albany, New York
2019 STARS ON ICE - NOT SO STAREY EYED
Not like shows of the past. The routines were short and lacked luster. Kurt Browning's name appeared on the roster and he did not skate - was he even there? The video screens used before the show were used to show behind the scenes, why? I was there to see skating. The audio was so loud one could not understand what they were saying. One one hour and a half of skating; past shows ran from 8-10:30. My friend and I won't go in the future. Also, food and drink prices are sky high.
L.Bouchard from Montreal, Quebec
STARS ON ICE
I just loved it but wish we could have seen more of Elvis and Kurt.
The music was fantastic.
S Matlock from New Jersey
POOR AUDIO AND VISIBILITY
The show itself was excellent and the skaters were terrific. Unfortunately, we could not see as we were seated on the top most tier and the tv screens did not allow for better visibility. They were placed on the same level of the ice rink and we were too far away to see what was being shown. The screens should have been placed higher and should have been much larger. The audio was terrible, all the speakers were facing away from us and so, we had a difficult time understanding what was being said. Another disadvantage was that we could not appreciate any of the details like leg work, costumes or facual expressions from the stars. Over all, we paid to watch ants performing and wasted our money totally. The show would have been great from close up. The production team let the show down.
from Vancouver, British Columbia
POOR SKATING SKILLS
Stars on Ice showed how some skaters loose their skills very quickly after a professional career. The exception was Elvis Stokjo who, after 20+ years, can still skate, spin and jump. Messing and Browning couldn’t spin and the opening “skit” was a downer. Kurt Browning needs to improve his skating skills or retire. And, the noise from the music in the lower bowl was deafening. Stars on Ice, you can skate and perform better!
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