Invictus Games Toronto 2017
The Power of Sport
550 competitors from 17 nations participating in 12 adaptive sports
by Leila Monteiro Lins
The Invictus Games Toronto 2017 Organizing Committee announced on Thursday, June 15, the launch of ticket sales for the fast-approaching multi-sport event.
“The Invictus Games are far more than a seven-day sporting event; they’re a means of rehabilitative therapy for the participating wounded,ill and injured service members and veterans, and their families” said Michael Burns, CEO of Invictus Games Toronto 2017. “The Games also allow the Canadian public to meet them and show their support for our military. We’ll get to watch some incredible sports competition, and see just what these fierce competitors can do.”
Opening Ceremony – September 23
Musical performances by International stars Alessia Cara, Sarah McLachlan and The Tenors will kick off this historic event. French Canadian folk band La Bottine Souriante will also perform, as well as international sensation Laura Wright, who will be joined on stage by the Canadian Military Wives Choir. The ceremony will also feature hundreds of performers, dignitaries and other special guests coming together to pay tribute to the brave competitors of the Invictus Games.
About the Invictus Games Toronto 2017
The Invictus Games use the power of adaptive sport to help wounded warriors on their journey to recovery. Established by Prince Harry, the inaugural Invicuts Games took place in London in September 2014; the second, and equally successful, Games took place in Orlando in May 2016; the third Games, in Toronto, are funded by the Government of Canada, Province of Ontario, City of Toronto as well as Presenting Partner Jaguar Land Rover and other partners sponsors.
All sport tickets are just $25, and Opening Ceremony tickets starting at $60.
For the online Ticket Guide, visit invictusgames2017.com/tickets.
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Source: Invictus Games Toronto 2017 Organizing Committee | Communications Department | Stephanie D’Lima