For those who havnt heard about it yet:
Info off the Tremblant one:
June 20 : Chill on the Hill
Forecasting snow: NESTEA Chill on the Hill dares to defy Mother Nature by throwing the ultimate party by bringing winter and summer together – for free!
In addition to skiing and boarding, event-goers can hang with pro athletes and attend workshops led by Canadian boarding pro and Olympian, Justin Lamoureux and the first and reigning Olympic Gold Medalist in Snowboardcross (SBX) at the 2006 Olympics, Seth Wescott, from the United States.
Canadians can then turn their outdoor appetite from the thrill of the quarter pipe to the hot vibes of the beach and hit the sand for a game of volleyball or Frisbee, or hang poolside and take in the scenery.
After a great day of sun, snow and sand, guests can end the day by rocking out to Montreal's own Sam Roberts Band at Mont Tremblant. Bringing snow to the summer is a refreshing possibility that NESTEA® Chill on the Hill is making a reality.
Using 300 lb blocks of ice, the blocks will be chipped in to very fine flakes to create snow. The snowmaking process will take approximately two days and will cover the Equilibre hill at Mont Tremblant and create a railslide and quarter pipe snow park.
- Hill side: Rail & Quarterpipe (2 flat boxes and a rainbow rail?)
- Chill side : Sand, beach volleyball and two pool
- DJ set
- InteractiviTEA Lounge
- Workshops led by Justin Lamoureux and Seth Wescott
- Sam Roberts Band (free concert)
The events for the glen eden one are probrobly different, like we wont get a free concert but I'm sure the concept is more or less the same. According to the people that went to this one, it sucked only because it was unorganised and too many people. But I'm hoping that we'll have way less cause it IS Glen Eden after all.
Original thread off ski gabber: http://www.newschoolers.com/web/forums/readthread/thread_id/466113/
Date off the facebook is suppose to be August 22 but ive read off news sites that its on July 18th so idk yet. I'm going cause its a chance to be on snow one last time.