October, 1986: Scott Hamilton 'America' Tour debuts, starting in Orono, ME and travels to Burlington, VT; Durham, NH; Morristown, NJ; and Philadelphia, PA.
December, 1986: Stars on Ice hits the road headlining Scott Hamilton and Rosalynn Sumners. Scheduled cities were medium-size and primarily located in the East and Midwest.
1987-1988 Tour: Discover Card becomes the title sponsor with Plymouth as the presenting sponsor. The Tour plays 36 shows in its first full season.
1989: Kitty and Peter Carruthers join the tour which further increases the versatility of the tour.
1990: Canada becomes part of the Stars on Ice schedule.
September, 1991: Former Cast Member Rob McCall dies from AIDS.
1991-1992 Tour: The baseball number provides the impetus for the wonderful, full-cast ensemble productions that would follow.
1992: Two major performances televised by Turner Broadcasting and NBC. The Tour will win four Emmy Awards and one ACE Cable award for its television productions in the years to come.
1992: World Champion Kurt Browning becomes the first major amateur skater on the Stars on Ice Tour as he headlines the Canadian Tour.
1992-1993: Olympic Gold Medalist Kristi Yamaguchi joins the Tour. Sandra Bezic is hired as Director/Choreographer.
February 19, 1993: The show's first appearance at Madison Square Garden.
1994: Scott, Brian, Rosalynn, Kitty, and Peter lead a tribute to the '84 Olympics in Sarajevo.
1994: Katarina Witt joins Stars on Ice; Kurt Browning expands his participation to the U.S. Tour.
1994-1995 Tour: The return of Gordeeva & Grinkov following their second Olympic Gold in Lillehammer; cast features total of six Olympic Gold Medals.
November 20, 1995: Sergei Grinkov collapses and dies of a heart attack at SOI rehearsals.
February 27, 1996: Stars on Ice presents Celebration of a Life, a prime time CBS special featuring the return to the ice of Ekaterina Gordeeva.
1996-1997 Tour: Jayne Torvill & Christopher Dean join the Tour. Ekaterina Gordeeva tours as a solo skater. Smucker's becomes the presenting sponsor of the Tour.
March, 1997: Scott Hamilton is diagnosed with testicular cancer.
1997-98 Tour: Scott Hamilton returns to the ice to perform in Stars on Ice. Stars on Ice gets a private jet that helps to relieve travel difficulties.
1998: Tara Lipinski and Ilia Kulik, fresh off Olympic Gold in Nagano, Japan, join the Tour. Target becomes Title Sponsor.
2000-01 Tour: Scott Hamilton Farewell Tour.
2001-02 Tour: Smucker's becomes Title Sponsor.
2002: Alexei Yagudin and the Golden Pairs (Sale & Pelletier and Berezhnaya & Sikharulidze) join the cast.
2005-06 Tour: 20th Anniversary Season.
2007-08 Tour: Olympic Silver Medalist Sasha Cohen joins the Tour. Tour plays one month in Japan. 1,000th U.S.Stars on Ice performance on March 13, 2008, in Philadelphia.
2010 Tour: After winning an Olympic Gold Medal in Vancouver, Evan Lysacek performs in 26 shows while competing in ABC's Dancing With The Stars throughout the tour. The Canadian Tour sells out multiple shows.
2010-11 Tour: Stars on Ice celebrates 25th Anniversary Tour in 25 U.S. markets.
2011-12 Tour: Stars on Ice produces show for 10th Anniversary of Salt Lake City Olympics featuring SLOC President and CEO, Mitt Romney.
2012-13 Tour: Dorothy Hamill joins to perform in Kurt Browning's final U.S. Tour. 250th Canadian performance on May 3, 2013 in Saskatoon, SK.
2014 Tour: Medal winners from the inaugural Olympic Team Figure Skating event headline the U.S. and Canadian Tours. Meryl Davis & Charlie White, Olympic Champions, perform in all U.S. shows while appearing on Dancing With the Stars.
2016 Tour: Ashley Wagner, Maia & Alex Shibutani and Madison Chock & Evan Bates join the tour after winning medals at the 2016 World Championships in Boston.
2018 Tour: The U.S. Bronze Medal-winning team, led by World Champion Nathan Chen and Dancing with the Stars winner Adam Rippon, headlines the U.S. tour. The Canadian tour sells out shows from coast to coast.