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Mountain Top Yoga - Sun Salutaions
Starting today at: 10:15am

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High School Mountain Bike Race
Sat Sep 21 2019

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SnowWiesn Presented by Roosters Brewing

Sun Sep 29 2019

The NEW free SnowWiesn fall festival encompasses activities, entertainment and food from the Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany. SnowWiesn is presented by Roosters Brewing and will be held in the base area Sunday September 15th, 22nd, and 29th from 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm. 

Test your arm strength during the Masskrugstemmen, stein holding competitions. In addition, test your hand/eye coordination at the free Hammerschlagen activity by driving nails into a stump. Dress in your best German attire for our weekly costume contest!

Snowbasin will also be hosting an inaugural Corn Hole Tournament! Teams of two can sign up for $20 and play in a fall frenzy bracket challenge that starts at 3:00 pm. Registration is available online and opens on-site at noon. Early sign up is highly recommended due to limited openings!

No lift access on this day! Needles Gondola will be closed for the remainder of the summer to prepare for winter operations. 

Roosters will have a specialty SnowWiesn Hef. For all other beers see below. 

Timeline of Events

10:00am: Grizzly Center Open
12:55pm: General Manager, Davy Ratchford will tap the first keg shouting “O’zapft!"
1:00pm: Event Starts! Food & Beer Stations and Kids Zone & Mini Golf Open
1:30pm: First Music Performance
2:30pm: First Stein Holding Competition
3:00pm: Corn Hole Tournament Begins
3:30pm: Second Stein Holding Competition
3:45pm: Costume Contest 
4:00pm: Second Music Performance 
5:30pm: Final Stein Holding Competition
5:50pm: Final Music Performance 
6:00pm: Food Stations Close
7:00pm: Grizzly Center & Base Area Activities Close (Last round of Mini Golf at 6:15)

 

Music Line-Up

September 29th: Park City Polka Players
About the Band: They are a 5 piece polka band. They are classically trained musicians who enjoy the fun of playing polka music at restaurants and events. They are based on the traditional German and American Oompah Band which has more of a brass band quality.

 

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