DJs, Glow Sticks & Colored Lights In An Outdoor Bar & Nightlife Experience
Big Sky Resort in Big Sky, Montana, is taking ski apres to, well, new heights.
It has something called SnowBar and the resort says it’s “so hot, we hope it doesn’t melt.”
It’s a dance party on the slopes on back-to-back Saturdays in January, the 14th and 21st.
The outside bar is created entirely out of snow and ice thanks to Big Sky Resort’s terrain park maintenance team. It takes three days to build at the base of Big Sky Resort next to the Swift Current chairlift.
It goes from 6-10 p.m., and is just what it sounds like – an outside dance party in the snow. DJs Party Girl, Chrome, DJ 5Star and Downpour. Lasers, glow sticks and a mass of colored lights illuminate the dance floor and the snow falling from the night sky. Go-go dancers in shiny onsies show off their acrobatic skills by hanging from hula-hoops and dancing across the stage.
All this really takes ski apres and blends it with a true nightlife experience, a big party in the snow.
More than a decade old, Big Sky Resort’s SnoBar continues to rock in 2017.
Specialty drinks are available. The event is for anyone 21 and older. Cover is $10 at the door – cash only. ID’s are required for admission.
Big Sky Resort is located in the Northern Rockies of southwest Montana between Bozeman, Montana and Yellowstone National Park. Big Sky Resort is the Biggest Skiing in America with 5,800 acres offering an average of two acres per skier and 4,350 vertical drop.
More details: BigSkyResort.com