DETROIT – The Detroit Red Wings announced today that Detroit’s City Theatre will host the official Nick Lidstrom Jersey Retirement Night Viewing Party, presented by Miller Lite, on Thursday, March 6.
The ticketed event at City Theatre, located inside Hockeytown Café, will show the jersey retirement ceremony in its entirety and feature an in-person appearance by Nicklas Lidstrom. Doors to City Theatre open at 5:45 p.m., the ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m. and the game (Colorado Avalanche vs. Detroit Red Wings) is scheduled for an 8:00 p.m. puck drop.
The official viewing party features an intermission appearance by Lidstrom to unveil his jersey number plaque, which will join the other Red Wings retired jersey number plaques in the lobby of Hockeytown Café. In addition, fans in attendance can enjoy enter-to-wins, interactive games, trivia contests, drink specials and more. A replica Lidstrom banner will also be on hand for fan photos at an additional cost of $5 per photo.
All ticketed guests will receive the same commemorative mini-banner and gameday playbill distributed to fans that night at Joe Louis Arena. A select number of VIP tickets will also include a copy of the limited edition book, Five: A Salute to Nick Lidstrom by Bill Roose, as well as a Nick Lidstrom bobblehead. Ticket prices are $25, $35 and $50 (VIP) and are available at the City Theatre, Fox Theatre and Joe Louis Arena box offices, at Hockeytown Authentics in Troy, by phone at 1-800-745-3000 or online at DetroitRedWings.com or OlympiaEntertainment.com.
For additional information on the viewing party, contact Detroit Red Wings communications coordinator Alex DiFilippo at 313-471-7531 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About City Theatre: One of Detroit’s theater gems, the intimate City Theatre is located in the heart of the Foxtown Entertainment District inside Hockeytown Cafe. Renamed from Second City Detroit to the City Theatre in 2004, the 430-seat venue provides a unique and charming atmosphere of an off-Broadway house next to the historic Fox Theatre. Owned and operated by Olympia Entertainment, the City Theatre has hosted countless award-winning concerts, plays, comedy shows and corporate events.
About the Detroit Red Wings: The Detroit Red Wings hockey club, an Original Six member of the National Hockey League and 11-time Stanley Cup champion, was purchased by Michael and Marian Ilitch in 1982. Other Ilitch companies in the food, sports and entertainment industries include: Little Caesars Pizza, Blue Line Foodservice Distribution, Ilitch Holdings, Inc., Olympia Entertainment, Olympia Development, Little Caesars Pizza Kits Fundraising Program, Champion Foods and Uptown Entertainment. Michael Ilitch owns the Detroit Tigers. Marian Ilitch owns the MotorCity Casino Hotel. For more information, visit www.DetroitRedWings.com.
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