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World Ski & Snowboard Festival – Day 2

Date: Saturday, April 16, 2011
Time: All Day
Location: Whistler

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Registration continues for snowboarding events inthe morning.  In the afternoon at the free outdoor concert inthe Skiers Plaza, Whistler’s favourite DJ Mat the Alien will beplaying.

Monster will be hosting the Grand Opening at 8pm.  Thisnight time snowboard contest will be a freestyle snowboard jam likeno other, with a cutting edge music and light show.  At 11pmat the Whistler Conference Centre Monster are hosting the LateShow.   This huge party will feature an awesome lineup.

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Posted on Saturday, April 16, 2011 | Permalink

World Ski & Snowboard Festival – Day 1

Date: Friday, April 15, 2011
Time: All Day
Location: Whistler

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Opening day sees registration for thesnowboarding events in the morning and Fort Knox Five on theoutdoor stage in the Skiers Plaza during the afternoon.

Over at the Whistler Conference Centre is theopening of the State of the Art gallery.  The Telus World Skiand Snowboard Festival is also famous for art exhibitions. State of the Art provides a platform for mountain town inspirationwhich features both local and international artists.  Thegallery is open throughout the festival from 12 noon to 6pm and 8pmto late on gala ticketed nights.

Monster are hosting an epic opening party withThe Sh*t Show at 10pm.  This welcome party will feature livemusic from a special guest band.

Learn more about 2011 WSSF events.

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Whistler Accommodation Call CentreCheck out our complete list of Aloha accommodations in Whistler.Or contact our team ofin-resort experts for no-hassle, no-obligation advise aboutyour stay during the 2011 World Ski & Snowboard Festival.

Posted on Friday, April 15, 2011 | Permalink