Vancouver 2010 Olympics Victory Ceremony Performers List

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Although I still think the Whistler nightly awards ceremony performers is a helluva a lot better than Vancouver’s, I was reminded by a buddy of mine that we also have two live sites (Yaletown and Downtown), which are FREE (c’mon DeadMau5 in Yaletown!) and then there is the Cultural Olympiad. So all in all we got a lot of stuff to keep us entertained.

Tickets are on sale now at www.vancouver2010.com and by phone at 1-800-TICKETS, as well as Main Ticket Centres in Vancouver at Robson Square and in Whistler near Whistler Medals Plaza. Regular tickets cost $22, while premium tickets ― the first time VANOC has offered this designation ― are available for $50. The premium ticketed seats are centre stage, with an incredible view of the medal ceremonies and performances. Visa is the only payment card accepted. Cash is accepted ONLY at the Main Ticket Centres.

Sunday, February 14:
Nelly Furtado (www.nellyfurtado.com) ― British Columbia night
Live medal presentations in short track speed skating (men’s 1,500 m), ladies’ freestyle skiing moguls and speed skating (men’s 5,000 m and ladies’ 3,000 m).

Monday, February 15:
To be confirmed ― Quebec night
Live medal presentations in men’s freestyle skiing moguls.

Tuesday, February 16:
Barenaked Ladies (www.barenakedladies.com) ― Nova Scotia night
Live medal presentations in men’s and ladies’ snowboard cross, as well as men’s 500-metre speed skating.

Wednesday, February 17:
Paul Brandt (www.paulbrandt.com) ― Alberta night
Live medal presentations in ladies’ 500-metre speed skating.

Thursday, February 18:
Hedley (www.hedleyonline.com) ― Prince Edward Island night
Live medal presentations in short track speed skating (ladies’ 500 m), men’s snowboard halfpipe, as well as men’s and ladies’ 1,000-metre speed skating.

Friday, February 19:
Theory of a Deadman (www.theoryofadeadman.com) ― Northwest Territories’ night
Live medal presentations in ladies’ snowboard halfpipe.

Saturday, February 20:
Stereophonics (www.stereophonics.com) ― Yukon night
**no Vancouver medal presentations**

Sunday, February 21:
Trooper and Loverboy (www.loverboyband.com / www.trooper.com) ― Nunavut night
Live medal presentations in short track speed skating (ladies’ 1,500 m and men’s 1,000 m), men’s 1,500-metre speed skating and men’s freestyle skiing ski cross.

Tuesday, February 23:
Billy Talent (www.billytalent.com) ― Saskatchewan night
Live medal presentations in ladies’ freestyle skiing ski cross and men’s 10,000-metre speed skating.

Wednesday, February 24:
INXS (www.inxs.com)― Ontario night
Live medal presentations in ladies’ 5,000-metre speed skating.

Thursday, February 25:
Burton Cummings (www.officialburtoncummings.com) ― Manitoba night
Live medal presentations in short track speed skating (ladies’ 3,000 m relay) and ladies’ freestyle skiing aerials.

Friday, February 26:
Great Big Sea (www.greatbigsea.com) ― Newfoundland and Labrador night
Live medal presentations in men’s freestyle skiing aerials and ladies’ snowboarding parallel giant slalom. [source]

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