will headline a robust music and entertainment lineup to celebrate the return of the Audi FIS World Cup.
Free Weekend of Alpine Ski Racing and Live Music Open to the Public Nov. 24-26, 2017
“Combining top-notch entertainment with one of the world’s most premier ski racing events makes for an amazing, party-like weekend at Killington for families and fans of all ages,” said Mike Solimano, President and General Manager of Killington Resort. “We are thrilled Dispatch will headline our full weekend of World Cup Race festivities and hope the public comes out to enjoy the concerts, movie premiers, opening parades, fireworks, our unique dining experiences and autograph signings, in addition to the women’s giant slalom and slalom races.”
Dispatch formed while attending Middlebury college in Vermont and have since become one of the largest independent rock bands in history. Now they are returning to their roots to rock the K-1 Base Area on Saturday November 25 in what will be their only stop in the Green Mountain State on their tour. Building on the succes of last year's concert, Killington Resort will be adding to the fun-filled weekend with a second free concert on Friday, Nov. 24 featuring Troy Ramey, originally from Woodstock, VT, and best known for soaring through season 12 of the hit singing competition “The Voice.
This Après Ski Party Is More Than Just Music
As if the musical acts are not enough, Killington will also host two separate movie premiers throughout the weekend at their Snowshed Base Lodge, including new releases from Teton Gravity Research and Warren Miller Entertainment. as well as featuring over 40 sponsors in their Killington Expo village.
With all of these fun activities lined up, the weekend is shaping up to be another good one. So start doing your snow dance and visit visit www.killington.com/worldcup for 2017 Audi FIS Ski World Cup Information and the Entertainment Lineup.