15 August, 2022
The National Snow Show is back with a bang with the introduction of the Après Pavilion at the October show at the NEC, Birmingham, bringing the Après vibes to the event with live DJ sets, entertainment and mountain inspired food and drinks.
Running throughout the day and upping the ante after 3pm each day, the Pavilion is the place to be to end a fantastic day out with friends and family at The National Snow Show.
Run in partnership with OOSC, Ski Club GB and EcoSki, the Après Pavilion will complement the Alpine Bar at the heart of the show, with music delivered by Red Bull, OOSC and NUCO throughout the day and with the volume pumping after 4pm. Jubel will be on hand to keep thirsts quenched after a busy day at the Show . The Pavilion will include a gallery from the World Sports Photography Awards, a repair/mend station from EcoSki to give your gear a second lease of life, exclusive competitions and impromptu entertainment throughout the day.
The two-day event is returning to the NEC after a successful launch on 2021 which saw almost 10,000 snowsports lovers attend, shopping for gear and tech, hearing from world-class speakers and planning their next trip to the mountains. The second edition of the show is bigger and better than the first and will play host to some of the biggest names in snowsports including Aimee Fuller, Graham Bell, Chemmy Alcott and Eddie ‘the Eagle’ Edwards, as well as bringing over 150 brands to shop all the latest, gear, kit and tech.
Stephen Morgan, MD at Raccoon Active Events commented: “The Après side of snowsports is as appealing and important as the time spent participating in the sport we love. It brings us together, helps us celebrate a sport and lifestyle we love and builds community and participation. The Après Pavilion will be a place to kick back, to enjoy some good music, meet with friends and transport yourself back to the mountains with a drink in hand and some good old mountain grub. Whether you are visiting the show with friends, as a family or as a solo traveller, pop into the Après Pavilion and soak up the vibes.”
To find out more about the show or to get your ticket for £10pp (kids under 16 go free) head to https://nationalsnowshow.seetickets.com/event/the-national-snow-show/NEC/2208411. Check out the growing speaker line-up and be sure to follow us on social media for competitions, offers and show news.
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