BIG SKY RESORT
The Sam Adams 3-D Air and Après Show Tour will stop at Big Sky Ski Resort on April 1. The show will combine high flying action, world-class ski and snowboard athletes and Hollywood quality 3-D mapping projection, creating an après ski party you won’t want to miss.
Combining the art of big air with high-tech 3-D projection, this event has to be seen to be believed. The event will feature athletes performing big air with an incredible light show and 3-D graphics being projected onto the jumps. Live music, fireworks and a variety of fresh Sam Adams beers will accompany the show.
The event kicks off at noon with a team demonstration, and the Sam Adams team will be on the snow with a photo booth, pouring beers and more at 3:30 p.m. Milton Menasco will perform and the 3-D projection show begins at 8:15 p.m. Following the show will be fireworks, an athlete meet-and-greet in the Mountain Mall and DJ M3DINV 3000 spinning tunes at the Montana Jack bar.
Scotty Lago, 2010 Olympic snowboarding bronze medalist will be one of the riders performing with the team. “I’m super pumped about our Big Sky big air show!” he said. “[We’ve] got some of the best riders and skiers in the world coming in to jump and put on a show like never before. The mix of the 3-D projections, jumping and fireworks will impress for sure.”
Skier Nick Goepper, 2014 Olympic slopestyle bronze medalist who is training to qualify for next year’s Olympic Games in South Korea, will jump in with the team at Big Sky. “I’m really excited to jump in front of a crowd. Skiing in front of screaming fans is the best feeling,” he said.
“The 3-D Air and Après Show is like nothing that’s ever come to Big Sky Resort,” said Chelsi Moy, Big Sky Resort’s Public public relations manager. “It’s a really unique, entertaining experience that people will be talking about for some time.”
Visit samueladams.com/3d-air-and-apres for more information.
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