Spring Jam events schedule
Today8:30 p.m. KickAspen Big Air Invitational at Aspen Mountain. The event showcases some of the best ski and snowboard athletes in the world competing for prize money and two Yamaha snowmobiles valued at $16,000. Skiers and snowboarders scheduled to compete include Peter and Michael Olenick, Nick Mercon, Doran Laybourn, Todd Richards and Mitch Stout. There will be prize giveaways, a beer garden, freestyle dancers, graffiti panels and a DJ at the base area.10 p.m. EL PUS, an Atlanta-based hip-hop/punk-rock act, will play at Belly Up. Doors open at 8 p.m. with a $5 cover charge.Saturday8:15 p.m. Aspen Rail Revolution Invitational at Aspen Mountain. Twenty of the world’s best skiers and riders jump onto and slide a course of metal to the tunes of DJ Dylan. The Aspen Mountain gondola plaza rails will be modified with welded additions for the jibbing exhibition.8:30-11 p.m. Core Party at Cooper and Galena streets with a live performance by Arrested Development. The party will also feature hip-hop/rap performers, DJ K-NEE, Motion Underground breakers, Colorado Crush City dancers, freestyle performers from the Denver Nuggets, graffiti artists, special effects, Boogie’s beer garden and giant video screens.Sunday2-4 p.m. WSA sledstyle exhibition at Snowmass. The high-flying exhibition combines freestyle Moto X and snowmobile action.7-9:30 p.m. The NEPSA Awards (Aspen spelled backwards) at the Wheeler Opera House. Athletes were invited to create multimedia presentations using music, video, photography and other media to interpret this year’s theme of soul. Participants include skiers Chris Anthony, Asia Jenkins, Frank Shine, Marcus Bernier, Bridger Gile and snowboarders Mitch Stout, Avery Karas and Justin Bartle. The event will also feature the DISCulpture Challenge, an art contest with submissions displayed in the Wheeler lobby that are made entirely out of CDs. Tickets are available through the Wheeler box office at 920-5770. Admission is $5.For more information about any of these events, visit http://www.aspensnowmass.com or contact the Aspen Skiing Co. at 923-0595.
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