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Release Date: Tuesday, January 24th 2017

Discounts, Strollers, and Live Music Close out Ice Raleigh Season

RALEIGH, NC (January 24, 2017)  –  The Ice Raleigh skating rink is in its final week of the season.  Its 11-week run will come to an end on Sunday, January 29.  In keeping with its mission to provide high-quality downtown events, the Downtown Raleigh Alliance is proud to have again partnered with the Polar Ice House this year to bring Ice Raleigh to City Plaza on Fayetteville Street.

The final week of the Ice Raleigh Skating week includes:


Tuesday, January 24:  Two for One Night

Wednesday, January 25:  College Night ($2 off with valid student I.D.)

Thursday, January 26:  Stroller Skate from 10 am until 1 pm ($12 per stroller)

Friday, January 27:  Kate Rhudy Live (6 pm - 9 pm)

Sunday, January 29:  Closing Day

Admission costs $10 per person, including skate rental, and $5 for children four years and younger.  Daily operating hours vary.  Please visit our website, RaleighIceRink.com, for a full schedule.  Follow the Downtown Raleigh Alliance on Facebook and Twitter for announcements about Ice Raleigh and any potential closures due to weather.




About Downtown Raleigh Alliance (DRA):

DRA is an award-winning nonprofit organization whose mission is to continue the revitalization of Raleigh’s downtown. The Alliance enhances the quality of life and positively impacts the economic success of downtown through six core services:  1. Safety & Hospitality Ambassadors; 2. Strategic Branding & Community Communications; 3. Events Production; 4. Retail Attraction & Merchant Promotions; 5. Strategic Partnerships & Stakeholder Engagement; and 6. Strategic Planning. For more information about DRA, please visit www.YouRHere.com.