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SnowWiesn Sunday 3

Sun Sep 26 2021

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The free SnowWiesn fall festival encompasses activities, entertainment, and food from the Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany. SnowWiesn will be held in the base area Sunday, September  26th, and October 3rd from 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm. 

 

Activities:
Masskrugstemmen:
A traditional stein holding competition takes place each Sunday at 2:30pm on the concert stage. Compete for a chance to win prizes and winter lift tickets!
•$40 entry includes 24oz glass mug with beer, t-shirt and coaster.
•$30 entry if you have already purchased a mug, includes beer refill, t-shirt and coaster. 

 

Hammerschlagen
Compete with your friends to drive a nail into a large tree stump. Free to participate with a signed waiver.

 

Cornhole & Badmitton
Join us in the Wildflower Meadow with complementary Cornhole and Badmitton available to play with your friends!

 

2021 Collectible Beer Stein:
24oz refillable beer steins are available for purchase, presented by Rooster's Brewing. Mugs from Summer 2021 can we refilled at any Blues, Brews & BBQ or SnowWiesn events in the year 2021. 

 

Vendor Village
Sinclair : Stop by the Dino near the entrance to grab a photo and talk to the Sinclair represenatives. 
Petra's Backstubchen: Offering baking goods from the Old Country including cookies, streudels, specialty cheesecakes, and more.
Roman Grey Co. : Stop by Roman Grey Co. to check out hand crafted home décor including seasonal candles, kids stuffies, crystal bowls, wax melts and more.

 

Music Line-Up presented by Mountain Town Music
•12:00 pm - 2:00 pm: Park City Polka Players 
•2:30 pm - 4:30 pm: Eric Heidman

 

 

About the Bands: 
Park City Polka Players
Traditional Oompah and Gazebo Band
Composed of five classically trained musicians, the Park City Polka Players are based off the traditional German and American style Oompah Band. This means we have more in common with a brass band/dixieland band than most polka groups. Our instrumentation is as follows:
1 clarinet
2 trumpets
1 trombone
1 tuba
We are ideally suited for playing on a stage in a beer garden or brewery celebrating Oktoberfest, or in a park gazebo on a hot summer day for a small town festival. What makes us truly unique is the fact that we do not have a singer, a drum set player, or an electric guitar. We are a fully acoustic ensemble. Our repertoire consists of a wide variety of traditional German polkas, marches, and waltzes. In addition, we are always adding to our books new arrangements of music we think our audiences would enjoy-including popular songs with a polka twist. 

 

Eric Heidman
Ever since Eric first picked up a guitar, the instrument captivated his heart and soul. The 20-year-old blues guitarists and singer has continued to be inspired by old and new blues musicians such as Robert Johnson, T-Bone Walker, B.B. King, Ronnie Earl, Danielle Nicole, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and Jonny Lang. "Get Off My Back" is Eric's first full-length Album. "The Crow Cries at Midnight" delves deep into Eric's personal life. "It's a song that's very close to my heart. I wrote it about a friend and bandmate who lost his life due to suicide a few years back. He ultimately inspired me to sing and to write my own music, and I felt it necessary to honor him on my first album." "Outrun the Fire" concerns police violence towards African Americans. "I feel like as a country we could be in a better place when it comes to racism, sexism, homophobia, and transphobia. We all need to band together if something is to change in this world. No, I am not an African-American and I will never experience what it is like to be racially profiled but to actually experience change, we need to stand up with anyone who is oppressed and stand against racism and bigotry. Many Eric Heideman fans claim that he has "an old soul" and "a stage persona perfect for the blues.".

 

***No outside food or beverage allowed in the music venue or the lodge. Utah State Law prohibits the possession and consumption of outside alcohol including beer & wine on-premise. Bags may be subject to search at the music venue gate and any alcohol or outside food may be confiscated.

Dogs are allowed in the music venue, but they must be on a leash at all times, and they must stay on the grassy areas. Dogs are never allowed in the lodges or on the patio, with the exception of service dogs. Umbrellas, shade tents, and chairs are allowed, but please be courteous of other guests.

If you have a tent or umbrella, please set it up near the back of the venue and do not block other’s views. Low chairs welcome towards the front (cannot fit a basketball underneath) but if you have higher chairs, please move towards the back.

This is a rain or shine event.

Bavarian Themed Food Offerings

Grill Station

Slopeside A

Slopeside B