26th -27th September 2015 – Zurich, Switzerland
Freestyle.ch is the largest freestyle sport event in Europe. The best snowboarders, free skiers, FMXers, skateboarders and mountain bikers from around the world exhibit the most daring tricks, flips and jumps to compete for the freestyle.champ and crossover.champ titles.
The grounds for the event open from:
5th -8th November 2015 – Battersea Park, London
The Ski and Snowboard Show brings the Alps to the UK with its authentic alpine setting. It features the latest gear and clothing for the slopes as well as various exhibitions from professional skiers. The show which has been running for more than 40 years showcases expert performances and competitions. There are various ski taster sessions for beginners, whilst intermediate and advanced skiers can experience virtual lessons from professional instructors to brush up their skills.
Exhibitors from all over exhibit their various products, resorts, holidays and current promotions at the show. Other activities include ice skating and ice sculpting.
25th – 29th November 2015 – Clapham Common, London
Freeze Festival features some of the best freestyle skiers and snowboarders in the world showcasing their skills. Besides various ski and board competitions, the festival hosts a number of live music acts, DJ’s and talks by some of the best names in the ski and snowboard industry.
The 5 day festival will see tonnes of real snow bought in to transform the venue into a winter wonderland complete with après-ski activities, live music, alpine themed bars and street food vendors.
4th – 9th April 2016 – Mayrhofen, Austria
Snowbombing is all about skiing and snowboarding during the day and partying during the night. The festival takes place in early April and gives visitors plenty of snow fun. One of the main attractions is the Ride N Seek event where the best snowboarders from around the world display and perform various tricks at the Penken Park course.
Besides skiing and snowboarding, the festival offer 5 days of world class DJs and bands against the scenic backdrop of the alpine mountains. Visitors can enjoy music on mountain top stages or relax at the spas in some of the best hotels at the resort.
Tickets for the festival are sold as an accommodation and entertainment package. The wristband required for entry to the event includes the price of the accommodation. There are a range of accommodation to suit any budget hence visitors can tailor make their own festival package. Other options in the package available at an additional cost include equipment hire, lift passes, ski/board lessons, merchandise, extra party tickets, coach travel, airport transfers and car hire.
8th – 17th April 2016 – British Columbia, Canada
This is a 10 day annual celebration of skiing, snowboarding, snowsports, music, arts and mountain life. With skiing and snowboarding being the main focus of the festival, the major highlights are:
World Skiing Invitational
This category presents the Association of Freeskiing Professionals World Championships featuring the open Slopestyle, the invitational Big Air and the invitational Superpipe.
The Shred Show
This category features Boarderstyle, Mogul Duel, Slopestyle and Big Hip, with the latter two being TTR World Snowboard Tour 5-star events.
The Demo Park showcases the latest ski and snowboard gears and equipment’s where anyone can try out for free.