Celebrate the biggest snowboard and freeski event of the year with a FREE concert at Canyon Lodge
Watch Bear Hands and Water live a Canyon Lodge after the U.S. Grand Prix on Saturday, February 7. Doors open at 6pm, show starts at 7pm. Take the Village Gondola to Canyon Lodge for the best transportation access to the event.
Please note: the free concert has been moved indoors to Canyon Lodge. All ages are welcome.
--Free, all ages event
--Doors open at 6pm
--Starts at 7pm at Canyon Lodge
--The Village Gondola will operate for transportation to and from The Village
--For purchase bar and drink concessions available inside at Canyon Lodge
--Special event parking is available in The Village Parking Lot, at the Community Center (located adjacent to the Village Lot), on Minaret Blvd or at the Park N Ride across from the Chart House Restaurant on Old Mammoth Road.
Athlete Autograph Signing
Meet the Grand Prix's top skiers and riders at 6:30pm on the 3rd floor at Canyon Lodge. Kelly Clark, Chloe Kim, Devin Logan, Joss Christensen, Wing Tai Barrymore, Alex Ferreira, and Brita Sigourney will all be signing autographs. Bring your favorite item to have signed - skis & boards, helmet or team jacket!
About Bear Hands
Bear Hands are an indie rock group hailing from New York. In 2010 the band released its first single "What a Drag". After releasing their debut LP Burning Bush Supper Club, Bear Hands toured as the opening act for Passion Pit, Gza, and We Were Promised Jetpacks. Their single, "Giants", became a top-ten hit on the Alternative Songs chart in 2014.
Check out Bear Hands
WATERS was formed in 2011 in Oslo, Norway by Van Pierszalowski. He put together a band to record their first record "Out in the Light". In 2014, they released their follow-up EP called "It All Might Be OK" which was produced by Ryan Rabin of Grouplove. In October 2014 they were named one of the 10 New Artists You Need to Know by Rolling Stone. Waters are planning on releasing their next full length album in the Spring of 2015 on Vagrant Records.