Pop-culture icon Paris Hilton joins exclusive tournament concert series, rounding out all-female lineup featuring En Vogue, Maren Morris, Ellie Goulding, NERVO and Emma Hewitt
ORLANDO, Florida – Hilton Grand Vacations Inc., the industry-leading global vacation ownership company, announces the return of the Hilton Grand Vacations (HGV) Tournament of Champions.
As the kickoff to the LPGA Tour and one of the LPGA season’s most-watched events, the January tournament brings together LPGA Tour winners to play alongside approximately 50 of the biggest stars in sports, entertainment and music.
The highly anticipated HGV Tournament of Champions is legendary for its world-class experiences that extend beyond the course, including an exclusive, three-night private concert series, which will feature R&B icons En Vogue, Grammy-winning country-pop star Maren Morris and pop superstar Ellie Goulding.
To round out this iconic all-female concert lineup, Paris Hilton, the world-famous influencer, philanthropist and CEO of 11:11 Media who has successfully built a career as a highly sought-after DJ, will hit the stage following Ellie Goulding to keep the party going after a day of action on the course. EDM vocalist Emma Hewitt and Australian DJ duo NERVO will also perform.
“Our goal is to elevate the HGV Tournament of Champions every year, and this year, we’re especially honored to welcome this stellar lineup of leading ladies to the stage,” said Mark Wang, president and CEO of Hilton Grand Vacations.
“The combination of world-class LPGA Tour golfers playing alongside some of the biggest names in the world of sports and entertainment, followed by three nights of unforgettable evening concerts creates a truly unique event that helps shine a spotlight on women’s golf.”
The HGV Tournament of Champions features LPGA Tour winners from the previous two seasons competing side-by-side with top celebrities and entertainers. Celebrity participants in previous years have included seven-time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens, MLB MVP Justin Verlander, NFL Hall of Famer Marcus Allen, seven-time NBA All-Star Grant Hill, World Golf Hall of Famer Annika Sörenstam, “Ant-Man” actor Michael Peña, country music star Toby Keith, Grammy-nominated artist Lee Brice and many more.
LPGA participants will compete for $1.5 million in official prize money while celebrities compete for a separate prize of $500,000.
The HGV Tournament of Champions will be held at the renowned, championship golf course at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club in Orlando on Jan. 19-22.
To learn more about the tournament and inquire about sponsorship opportunities that provide exclusive access to the tournament and concert series, visit www.HGVLPGA.com.