Snowball Festival 2011

Mar 04 - Mar 06 2011

Vail Valley, Colorado

Combining the world?s best musicians with the world’s best snow conditions, the 2011 Snow Ball is is a one-of-a-kind music experience that proposes the ultimate marriage: music and mountains. With multiple stages of world class musicians, the live music at this year’s Snow Ball is sure to satisfy thousands of hungry music fans; and skiers/snowboarders will find the ultimate escape in the 5,289 acres of freeride terrain at their disposal – including three terrain parks and seven bowls.

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