Saturday Night Ice Shows

Many of the world's best skaters honed their skills at the Saturday Night Ice Shows. Olympians Meryl Davis & Charlie White, Rachael Flatt and Amanda Evora & Mark Ladwig skated here en route to the Games while Olympic gold medalist Sarah Hughes performed here as a young skater. Presented most Saturday nights, the Saturday Night Ice Shows features performances by athletes whose names, if you don't know them already, are likely to become familiar soon. Under the lights at the intimate 1932 Rink Jack Shea Arena in the Olympic Center, skaters perform their competitive programs and group numbers, taking risks and trying new tricks to see what works. As a training ground for countless world-class skaters, the 1932 Rink is testament to Lake Placid's Olympic heritage. Named after Jack Shea, a local speedskater who won two gold medals in the 1932 Winter Games, the arena provides the perfect setting for a family to watch the next generation skating stars. Save 20% with your Olympic Sites Passport!


Thanks for a great summer of Saturday Night Ice Shows! The 2017 schedule will be released before the summer season. 

Adults: $10
Seniors / Juniors: $8
6 & Under: Free
Adult: Ages 13 – 64 | Junior: Ages 7 – 12 | Senior: Ages 65+
Home of the "Miracle on Ice" and Eric Heiden's five Olympic Gold Medals in 1980, and Sonja Henie's Olympic Gold Medal in 1932.