Heavenly Mountain Resort launches Winter Ignite
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What: Winter Ignite
When: Friday, Dec. 2, through Saturday, Dec. 10
Where: Heavenly Mountain Resort
Tickets: Free with purchase of lift ticket
Ski season is officially here. To commemorate the start of winter activities, Heavenly Mountain Resort is hosting Winter Ignite, a week-long kickoff celebration that begins Friday, Dec. 2, and concludes the following Saturday, on Dec. 10.
“It’s the ultimate way to jump start the season. Hit the slopes all day, enjoy the ultimate on-mountain DJ set-up with Heavenly’s high-energy DJ Cat, and then start the party at Tamarack Lodge with Unbuckle, Tahoe’s hottest Après Party with half price drinks, food specials and the ‘World Famous Heavenly Angels’ from 3:30-5:30 p.m.,” according to Heavenly’s website.
The first night of entertainment concludes with a screening of Warren Miller’s newest and 67th ski film, “Here, There & Everywhere” at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe at 7 p.m.
“And that’s just the start; it’s a week of daily Après Parties at each of our lodges, live music, ski and snowboard film premieres, world class DJs and a free outdoor concert at Heavenly Village featuring Cold War Kids,” states the site.
The Saturday, Dec. 3, schedule matches that of Friday, but switches up on Wednesday, Dec. 7, when additional ski films screen at The Loft in Heavenly Village.
You won’t want to miss out on any of the events this South Shore spot has to offer. To view the entire week’s schedule, visit http://www.skiheavenly.com. Prices vary based on the event.
Heavenly Mountain Resort and Heavenly Village are located at 1001 Heavenly Village Way in South Lake Tahoe.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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