Celebrate the start of a brand new year at the Winter Classic 2014! You’ll be able to start the year off right as part of the largest crowd to ever see a regular season National Hockey League game! After a year off due to the NHL lockout, the Winter Classic is back in 2014 and it could be a record-breaking affair.
The January 1st game is being held in Michigan Stadium, home to the University of Michigan Wolverines football team. The stadium is nicknamed ‘The Big House’ and for good reason. It is the stadium with the highest spectator capacity in all of North America. And when even more seats are added for an outdoor hockey game, it’s going to be a memorable scene.
Ring In the New Year
When you purchase a Winter Classic 2014 package through Roadtrips, you get a lot more than just a ticket to the big game. You’ll enjoy three days and two nights of first class accommodation in either Detroit or Ann Arbor. And you can bet Detroit will be ready to welcome fans from across North America for both the New Year’s celebration and the Winter Classic 2014. The Red Wings are switching from the Western conference to the Eastern conference for the 2013 – 2014 season, so they will be playing teams like the Leafs with a lot more regularity and by New Year’s that rivalry should be alive and well.
Make It Even More
If you decide that you want to go beyond just the game and make a trip out of it, you should consider customizing certain aspects to personalize your package. Hardcore hockey fans can buy tickets for extra games in the NHL or other leagues, you can add extra nights onto your hotel stay if there is more you want to do in the city, or you can enlist the help of a limo or luxury sedan for private transfers to and from the hotel.
However you want to enjoy it, the Winter Classic 2014 promises to be the biggest event the Michigan hockey world has seen in a long, long time…maybe ever!
Call Roadtrips or send an email today for details on how you can spend your New Year in Detroit and be part of the most exciting NHL game on the 2014 schedule.