The 2016 Coors LIght Stadium Series was the first time the event was held in Denver, and it featured the Avalanche hosting long-time rivals the Detroit Red Wings. The buildup and game took over the town and sold out the 50,000 + seat stadium. As well the Saturday night prime-time affair was nationally televised by NBC and throughout Canada on CBC and TVA (French).
Kicking off the night, ANDY GRAMMER brought his high-energy show to the custom designed stage with a set that included his mega-hits "Keep Your Head Up," "Honey I'm Good" and "Good to be Alive." AMBER RILEY, fresh from her live TV performance in The Wiz, sang the national anthem as Air Force F-16s flew overhead. The entertainment reached its peak at the first intermission, where headliner and Denver's own THE FRAY took command with their hits "Cable Car," "You Found Me" and "Love Don't Die," accompanied by an amazing laser light show and pyrotechnics.
The Stadium Series has become a huge hit for hockey and the NHL and combines the best in sports and music entertainment.
Entertainment produced by e2k events. Music booked & contracted by Broken Arrow.
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