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Aspen Skiing Co. announces new ‘Passapalooza’ event in early December

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A snowboarder carves a turn in on Aspen Mountain.
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No Aspen pass, no problem in the second weekend of December as Aspen Skiing Co. announced a new “Passapalooza” event to entice skiers and snowboarders from around the country and world.

During the Dec. 13 though 15 weekend, lift tickets will be $59 per day for anyone holding a valid 2019-20 pass from any resort in the world.

There will be events in conjunction with the celebrations at Snowmass Base Village for the opening of The Collective, a new community center with the mix6 restaurant and a kids’ interactive art and game lounge.

In Aspen, The Little Nell is celebrating its 30th anniversary this season, and that weekend there will be a “Party Like It’s 1989” event with DJs, bands and a costume contest.

To purchase a $59 Passapalooza lift ticket voucher in advance, visit http://www.aspensnowmass.com/while-you-are-here/events/passapalooza-2/tickets or call (844) 767-0019. The weekend of Passapalooza, vouchers must be redeemed in-person at any Aspen Snowmass ticket office with proof of a season pass. Visit http://www.aspensnowmass.com/plan-your-stay/tickets-and-passes/ticket-office-hours-and-locations for ticket office hours and locations.


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