The ski and snowboard season might have come to an abrupt end, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth celebrating all the great days that came before that.
Enter the World Ski and Snowboard Festival—here to help mark the end of this wild, whacky winter.
While in-person concerts are off the table this year, the festival announced its lineup of local talent set to stream from four undisclosed locations April 16, 23, and 30 from 6 to 8 p.m.
“The Whistler Ski and Snowboard Festival has always been part of our end-of-season ritual and a much-anticipated event for our community,” says Whistler Mayor Jack Crompton, in a release. “While we continue to live in a time that forces all of us to pivot and reimagine our events, I’m thrilled that the WSSF has been able to go virtual to bring together and uplift our community.”
The broadcasts will also include a chance to vote on your favourite submissions from the Rough Cuts and Top Sheet design contests.
For more, visit wssf.com.