Get Stoked movie and concert series, aimed at locals, returns to Warren Station at Keystone to get people excited for ski season
The Warren Station at Keystone is hosting a movie and music series called Get Stoked starting Nov. 4. The series lasts three weeks and will take place on each Saturday during that timeframe.
Tickets for each event can be found at Tixr.com/e/80263. Kids 5 and under are free for all events. Each movie night ticket costs $15 for adults and $10 for children.
On Saturday, Nov. 4 the event will feature “The Land of Giants” by Matchstick Productions. This year’s film explores the world’s most iconic mountains, shifting the spotlight from athletes to breathtaking natural landscapes. This event benefits Team Summit, a 501c3 youth ski and snowboard program that fosters life skills and personal development on and off the mountain. The first showing is at 3:30 p.m., with doors opening 30 minutes beforehand. The second showing is at 7 p.m., with doors opening 30 minutes beforehand.
On Saturday, Nov. 11, the event will feature Warren Miller’s film “All Time.” This film takes a unique approach by first revisiting the birth of iconic ski towns and then venturing into the future of skiing. This event will support a local school, Dillon Valley Elementary. The first showing is at 3:30 p.m. with doors opening 30 minutes beforehand. The second showing is at 7 p.m. with doors opening 30 minutes beforehand. Tickets can be found at Tixr.com/e/80263.
On Saturday, Nov. 18 there will be the Local’s Appreciation Concert at the base of Keystone Resort, featuring Hobo Village, a local psychedelic-rock-influenced band, and Eyes Wide Open, a local band that “knows how to rock ‘n’ roll.” Music starts at 6:30 p.m. with doors opening 30 minutes beforehand. A ticket to the concerts costs $5. There will be an “anything but a cup” challenge where guests are encouraged to get creative and bring a unique vessel to drink from. The most creatively-designed container will be awarded a free draft beer (up to 32 ounces) at the event.
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