Full event passes to the 2020 Ontario Tournament of Hearts and Tankard hosted in Cornwall are now on sale.
Spectators can purchase a full event pass at an early bird rate of $105 (plus applicable service fees) until the end of May. Passes can be purchased online through TicketPro or in person at the Cornwall Civic Complex Box Office during regular business hours (Monday to Friday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm).
One of Ontario’s premier curling events, the 2020 Ontario Curling Championships will see the province’s top men’s and women’s teams battle it out for the right to represent the trillium at the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier and Scotties Tournament of Hearts. The event will be held at the Cornwall Civic Complex from January 28th to February 2nd, with the ice at the Ed Lumley Arena being temporarily transformed into five curling sheets for the event.
“The championships offer curling fans a chance to see world-class curling in a top-notch venue,” said Stephen Chenier, Executive Director of CurlON. “The early bird passes are a great deal for both dedicated curling fans and casual fans of the sport.”
The full event pass provides entry to all of the action at the event – a total of 15 draws over four days. Following the early bird period, full event passes will be available for $140 (plus applicable service fees). Final weekend passes and full day passes for the event will go on sale at a later date.
The Cornwall Curling Club and the City of Cornwall are hosting the 2020 Ontario Curling Championships in partnership with Curl ON.
“It will be a chance to see some great curling action right in our own backyard. We’re confident local sports fans and businesses will support the event and come out to watch the action,” said Cornwall Curling Club member John Dilabio, the chair of the host organizing committee.
Corporate sponsorship opportunities are available for the event. Interested businesses are asked to contact Mr. Dilabio at [email protected] for additional information.
For additional information on the 2020 Ontario Curling Championships as it is published, please visit www.curlonchamps.ca.