Gold Over America Tour
Gold Over America Tour
- Oct 27 / Wednesday 7:30 PM Buy Tickets
September 23, 2021 – Straight from the world stage, the best gymnasts in the U.S. featuring the most decorated gymnast of all-time, Simone Biles, launched the 35-city Athleta Presents Gold Over America Tour in Tucson, AZ, on Tuesday night. The show will play Charlotte’s Spectrum Center on October 27. Produced by MagicSpace Entertainment and promoted by AEG Presents/Concerts West, the gymnastics-meets-pop-concert tour showcases gymnasts performing some of their most famous routines mixed with career highlights, personal videos and social media interactions. Preview a first look of the tour here.
Biles, who recently medaled in Tokyo with silver for team competition and bronze for the balance beam, will be joined by her teammates Jade Carey who won gold in floor exercise, Jordan Chiles and Grace McCallum who won silver for team competition and MyKayla Skinner who won silver in vault. Previously announced participants include 2016 gold and silver medalist in Rio and Dancing with the Stars champion Laurie Hernandez, former Olympian and USA Gymnastics Women's Athlete of the Year Chellsie Memmel, All-American, NCAA National Champion and viral video sensation Katelyn Ohashi, winner of three gold medals in 2019 and 2020 at the Tokyo World Cup Morgan Hurd, elite gymnast Shilese Jones, 2021 French Olympian Melanie De Jesus dos Santos, former Olympian and the top Canadian female gymnast of all time Ellie Black, and U.S. National Team member from 2012-2016 and the 2018 NCAA Gymnastics Champion Nia Dennis.
Tickets for the Athleta Presents Gold Over America Tour are on sale now at spectrumcentercharlotte.com goldoveramericatour.com/goat/tickets.html, or ticketmaster.com. By purchasing the Gold Squad Premium Upgrade, fans will have an opportunity to dance in the show finale with all the gymnasts.
Following recent guidance from the CDC and local health officials, and until further notice, MASKS ARE REQUIRED for individuals at least 5 years of age at all times while in Spectrum Center, except when ACTIVELY eating or drinking at the guest’s designated seating location. All employees and visitors MUST wear a cloth face mask covering both the nose and mouth.
By attending, you agree to follow all arena policies, including health and safety policies, and posted instructions while in the arena and on arena grounds.
A special gymnastics club sales program starts February 17, 2021. Please contact the group sales representative below for more information.
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Charlotte Sports Foundation and Jordan Brand To Host Jumpman Invitational Featuring Four of College Basketball's Top Men's and Women's ProgramsCHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA (July 8th, 2021) – The >Charlotte Sports Foundation today announced a three-year deal with Jordan Brand to host the >Jumpman Invitational, a major holiday college basketball event in the Queen City. The inaugural gathering, slated for Dec. 20-21, 2022, will feature both the men’s and women’s teams from the original four schools to sign partnership deals with Jordan Brand in both basketball and football: Florida, Michigan, North Carolina and Oklahoma. All games will be played in Charlotte’s Spectrum Center in partnership with Hornets Sports & Entertainment, which owns the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets and operates the facility. The schedule will feature two games each night, with matchups and game times still to be determined. ESPN networks will air all four games, with ESPN Events working in conjunction with CSF to maximize the event’s success in front of a global audience. “We’re incredibly excited to bring what we believe will quickly become the marquee college basketball event of the holiday season to the Queen City,” said Danny Morrison, executive director of the Charlotte Sports Foundation. “These are four of the most storied and competitive programs in the game, and we’re looking forward to the interconference play.” “I’ve got to thank Oklahoma Athletics Director Joe Castiglione for being the first to suggest getting the original four Jordan Brand schools together for an event,” added Morrison. “And our Board of Directors is especially pleased to highlight both men’s and women’s college basketball in this way while offering the same amazing experience for all the players, coaches and fans.” Jordan Brand plans to create unique experiences for fans as well as players and coaches in conjunction with the event. Details are being finalized and will be announced in the coming months. Added Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles: “Charlotte has a rich history of hosting high-profile basketball events, including the NBA All-Star Game, NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament games, the ACC Men's Basketball Tournament, the CIAA Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments and this year’s Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame Shootout. We look forward to welcoming basketball fans from across the country to enjoy our hospitality and culture, and we’re grateful to the Charlotte Sports Foundation and Jordan Brand for organizing this event that will bring so much recognition and positive economic impact to our city.” “This a great opportunity to showcase our city’s passion for all things basketball and a wonderful venue in the Spectrum Center,” said Fred Whitfield, President and Vice Chairman of Hornets Sports & Entertainment. “We look forward to partnering with the Charlotte Sports Foundation and Jordan Brand to create a memorable experience for basketball fans, as well as all the players and other representatives of the participating schools.” "We are excited to be working with the Charlotte Sports Foundation and Jordan Brand in bringing this signature event to Charlotte," said Clint Overby, vice president of ESPN Events. "The four participating schools represent some of the very best in intercollegiate athletics, and the event will be another great addition to the sports lineup in the community." Morrison said the possibility exists to expand the event to include other Jordan-affiliated schools in 2023 or 2024, or to extend the partnership into subsequent years. “We’re hoping this will be the start of one of the most anticipated, coveted and competitive events in all of college basketball each and every year,” said Morrison. “Charlotte has all the resources to make this an overwhelming success including an incredibly passionate fan base, and we look forward to seeing this event grow in stature for years to come.” ###
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