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Charlottetown to host 2024 HearingLife Tour Challenge

The Grand Slam of Curling will be heading to Charlottetown for the first time next season when the Bell Aliant Centre hosts the HearingLife Tour Challenge, Oct. 1-6.

The HearingLife Tour Challenge is the largest event in the series with 32 men’s teams and 32 women’s teams in action. Both divisions are split into two tiers with Tier 1 featuring the top teams from around the world and Tier 2 featuring the next-ranked teams looking to fast-track into the top flight. Winners of the Tier 2 will receive automatic berths into a future Grand Slam of Curling event.

Early bird tournament passes are now available! Visit to purchase your pass today.

With the tournament pass, you’ll never miss a moment of action from the opening draw through to the finals. Feel free to join us down in the Jackpotcity Lounge to catch the action up close at ice level (no extra admission required) and stick around after the draw for Après Curl where the fun continues with live entertainment and refreshments.

Sale dates for weekend passes and single draw tickets will be announced in the coming months.

More details, including volunteer opportunities, qualified teams and schedules will also be announced at a later date.

Team Retornaz (men’s) and Team Jones (women’s) captured the HearingLife Tour Challenge Tier 1 titles this season in Niagara Falls, Ontario, while Team Casper (men’s) and Team Kim (women’s) claimed the Tier 2 titles.

The 2023-24 Grand Slam of Curling season wraps up with the Princess Auto Players’ Championship, April 9-14, at Toronto’s Mattamy Athletic Centre.

The series previously announced next season’s KIOTI National will be held Nov. 26 to Dec. 1 at the Mary Brown’s Centre in St. John’s, N.L., and the WFG Masters will take place Jan. 14-19, 2025, at the Sleeman Centre in Guelph, Ont.