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2016 NHL® All-Star Game Logo to be Unveiled, Poile to Speak at Music City Sports Festival

by Brooks Bratten / Nashville Predators

The arrival of the 2016 NHL® All-Star Game in Nashville is one step closer. The logo for the 2016 NHL® All-Star Game is set to be unveiled on Saturday at the Music City Sports Festival, held at the Music City Center in downtown Nashville.

In addition to the NHL® All-Star Game logo reveal, Nashville Predators CEO Jeff Cogen, Bridgestone Americas Chief Administrative Officer and Chairwoman of Nashville’s Local Organizing Committee Chris Karbowiak and President and CEO of Nashville Sports Council Scott Ramsey will take part in a panel discussion regarding the planning and progress of the NHL® All-Star Game.


Event: Time: Date:
All-Star and Preds Display All day May 30 - May 31
Youth Street Hockey Clinic 11:00 a.m. Saturday, May 30
David Poile Address 12:30 p.m. Saturday, May 30
NHL ALL-STAR GAME LOGO REVEal and PANEL 1:15 p.m. Saturday, May 30

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Note: Preds season-ticket holders will free entry when they show their Smashville Passport

Prior to the logo unveiling, Predators General Manager David Poile will be on the Speaker Series Stage to discuss the season that was and what’s to come in 2015-16 for the Preds.

Poile is scheduled to speak at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 30, while the 2016 NHL® All-Star logo will be unveiled at 1:15 p.m.

The Preds are also hosting a youth street hockey clinic on Saturday at 11 a.m., run by former Predators forward and current TV color commentator Stu Grimson and former Preds defenseman Dan Keczmer. Spots are limited and interested participants can pre-register here.

Additionally, be sure to check out the NHL® All-Star display featuring jerseys and photos from Preds All-Stars and League greats, as well as exhibits and fan activities.

Tickets for the Music City Sports Festival, which runs May 30 and 31 at the Music City Center, are available for $5 (one-day pass) or $8 (two-day pass). All Nashville Predators season-ticket holders will receive free admission when they show their Smashville Passport (season-ticket holder ID) at the door. Children ages six and under are free. Children who participate in a youth organized sport and wear their team jersey will be admitted free with a paid adult.

For more information on tickets, clinics, speakers and all things Music City Sports Festival, visit Musiccitysportsfestival.com. Check back to Nashvillepredators.com on Saturday to see the 2016 NHL® All-Star Game logo and for written and video coverage of Poile’s address and the panel discussion on the 2016 NHL® All-Star Game.


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