The world’s greatest music festival on snow is heading back to Canada

The world’s greatest music festival on snow is heading back to Canada! After a hugely successful inaugural edition in 2017, Coors Light Snowbombing returns to the beautiful ski resort of Sun Peaks, B.C April 5th through 9th 2018. The resort will once more see thousands flock to the mountains, for an unforgettable week of pistes, parties and an unrivalled festival spirit. Early Bird Packages for CLSBC18 are now on sale, and the mountains are calling once again!

Renowned for its world class lineup of live acts and DJs, 2018’s music programme will be announced very shortly, and with 2017’s festival bill including the likes of Kaskade, Ludacris, Bob Moses, Oliver Heldens, Pete Tong, Soul Clap, Hudson Mohawke, Snakehips, Netsky, Duke Dumont, and Thomas Jack, the festival made its mark as a major player in the Canadian festival scene in style.

Coors Light Snowbombing reimagines the festival scene, offering utterly unique party spaces and gig locations, including the Forest Stage, The Underground, Alpine Yoga, Coors Light Bascecamp, Ride & Seek, an award-winning Terrain Park, The Snolympics and even Chairlift Speed-Dating for those looking for a little love on the mountain! Guests can enjoy renowned mountain-side restaurants, live life as a real Snow’baller with our VIP packages and party at 7,060ft at the stunning mid-mountain venue The Sundance Terrace.

And where to stay? From 4* spa luxury hotels with jacuzzis, chalets and apartments in the heart of central Sun Peaks to pocket friendly self catered apartments and cheaper options in the surrounding area, Coors Light Snowbombing Canada has the perfect pillow to suit everyone, no matter the wallet size. You can definitely Snowbomb on a budget!

Serious skiers and beginner boarders alike are all encouraged to hit the slopes with 4,270 acres of uncrowded piste and the steep gradients of the infamous Headwalls on hand for those feeling adventurous, plus lessons and plenty of beginner-friendly slopes to get to grips with for first timers. Black runs, blue runs, beer runs – there’s something for all abilities on Sun Peak’s powdery peak district. 4 days and 4 nights of unparalelled partying awaits amongst the snowy splendour of Sun Peaks next April… Make this your year!

With prices to suit all on accommodation options and an early bird sale on the best beds in the best locations, first timers and returning ravers alike can get in on the action early and beat the rush whilst getting an amazing deal. Four nights’ accommodation plus a festival wristband starts at only $499 and all packages can be secured with a deposit of just $150.

BOOK NOW
Early Bird festival packages including hotel and festival wristband start from just $499 +BF Book your place at snowbombingcanada.com

ABOUT SNOWBOMBING:
Explain Coors Light Snowbombing Canada? World class acts at a world class resort in the heart of British Columbia and the Canada’s first festival of it’s kind. Snowbombing tore up the rule book way back in ’99 and has been doing so ever since. A weekend-long whirlwind in the idyllic alpine setting of Sun Peaks, regarded by many as… The Greatest Show on Snow. Mystical. Musical. Without Equal…

About Sun Peaks Resort:
Sun Peaks is a resort community located in the interior of British Columbia. Located just 45 minutes from Kamloops, it is the second largest ski area in Canada and a year-round destination for guests in search of a welcoming, accessible, stress-free mountain experience. Consistently recognized as one of the top ski resorts in North America, thanks to its massive terrain and confidence inspiring design, Sun Peaks offers a European-style ski-in, ski-out, pedestrian village with locally-owned and operated shops, restaurants and lodging. Sun Peaks can be accessed from airport gateways in Kamloops (45 minutes) and Kelowna (2.5 hours), and by car, with only a four-hour drive separating Sun Peaks from Vancouver, B.C


Damion Pell
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Loves long walks along the beach, holding hands and romantic 80's power ballads, partial to electronic music and likes to make the odd mix or two.