Hilton Grand Vacations announces 2023 concert series headliners

En Vogue, Maren Morris, Ellie Goulding and others will perform

Hilton Grand Vacations Inc. has announced a live three-day concert series headlined by En Vogue, Maren Morris and Ellie Goulding at the world-class 2023 Hilton Grand Vacations (HGV) Tournament of Champions, which will be held January 17th, 19th and 21st in Orlando’s Lake Nona.

The four-day HGV Tournament of Champions will be televised nationally on NBC and Golf Channel and the exclusive three-night concert series is open to tournament sponsors, participants and invited guests. Each concert will feature a headline performance beginning with the timeless R&B icons En Vogue on Tuesday, January 17th, Grammy-winning country/pop star Maren Morris on Thursday, January 19th and pop superstar Ellie Goulding on Saturday, January 21st. All three headliners will be followed by performances beginning with EDM vocalist Emma Hewitt on January 17th. Additional acts will be announced soon.

The concert series celebrates the return of the highly anticipated HGV Tournament of Champions, which features LPGA Tour winners playing alongside approximately 50 celebrities, athletes and entertainers in one of golf’s most unique events. With six live performances featuring iconic and trailblazing women artists across musical genres, this year’s concert series is sure to have something for everyone. The all-female musical lineup was specially curated by HGV to honor the fifth year of the annual tournament that serves as the kickoff to the LPGA Tour season and is one of the LPGA’s most-watched events of the year.

The tournament’s one-of-a-kind format features LPGA Tour winners from the previous two seasons competing for a $1.5 million purse. Celebrities join them on the course to compete for a separate prize of $500,000. Celebrity participants in previous years have included superstars from entertainment and all major sports, including Annika Sörenstam, Michael Peña, Vince Carter, Justin Verlander, Ray Allen, Grant Hill, Toby Keith, Brian Baumgartner, Roger Clemens, John Smoltz, Alfonso Ribeiro and many more.

With HGV hosting the tournament for the first time in January 2022 following its acquisition of Diamond Resorts, last year’s event was the most attended LPGA Tour season opener in history. The 2023 HGV Tournament of Champions will return to the renowned, championship golf course at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club in Orlando on January 16-22.

Celebrity participants, LPGA Tour professionals and visiting guests will be hosted at HGV’s best-in-class Orlando resorts. With 154 upscale, upper upscale and luxury timeshare resorts, HGV has been one of the most trusted names in high-quality vacation ownership for 30 years.

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