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Dates, locations announced for 2021-22 GSOC season

Save the dates, the 2021-22 Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling schedule is now set in stone.

Five world-class events featuring elite international men’s and women’s teams are coming to passionate curling communities across Canada beginning with the Masters, Oct. 19-24, at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex in Oakville, Ont. Tickets will be available soon, CLICK HERE for the ticket page.

The series then heads west for the BOOST National, Nov. 2-7, at the Chestermere Recreation Arena in Chestermere, Alta. Tickets are now available, CLICK HERE.

After a flip of the calendar to 2022, the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling returns to Encana Arena in Camrose, Alta., for the Meridian Open. Camrose hosted the major tournament once previously in 2018 and it’s a must-see event as a final tune-up leading into the Winter Olympic Games.

Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto will host the Princess Auto Players’ Championship, April 12-17. It’ll be the eighth time since 2013 the historic venue, formerly known as Maple Leaf Gardens, holds the prestigious fourth and final major of the season.

The Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling season concludes with the KIOTI Tractor Champions Cup, May 3-8, at the Olds Sportsplex in Olds, Alta.

More details including additional ticket information and broadcast schedules will be announced in the near future.