Winter Sports, Concerts and Spring Skiing at the 2014 WSSF Concert Series

Get Ready for North America's Largest Winter Sports and Music Festival

WSSF Concert

Winter sports aren't over yet: The 19th annual World Ski and Snowboard Festival is coming this weekend and we can't wait! The ten days of non-stop action, including the largest free concerts series in Canada and incredible spring skiing means you should "Party in April, Sleep in May" according to organizers.

Sounds good to us.

What makes the World Ski and Snowboard Festival so incredible is the sheer extent organizers go to to ensure that there are concerts and culture, day and night, combined with the best spring skiing in the world. It is the perfect winter sports festival.

The idea is 10 days and nights of non-stop celebration of this sport we love. And with Whistler having some of the the best (perhaps the best) spring skiing conditions in the world, the setting is perfect for you to enjoy this sport through concerts, art, culture, and competitions. Major professional ski and snowboarders are ready to do their thing, filmmakers are set to show their stuff, and to top it all off, you can combine that with the largest free concert series in Canada.

The World Ski and Snowboard Festival is the poster child for the ultimate winter sports ski and snowboard festival experience. The concert series alone is mind boggling. In blazing the way for the youth of tomorrow,the World Ski and Snowboard Festival embodies the mantra: 'Party in April. Sleep in May.' Add this to incredible spring skiing, and you've got yourself a festival of epic proportions.

Festival highlights are on our website events calendar for each day of the event.

The epicness of the World Ski and Snowboard Festival can't be understated. The concert series includes bands like de la Soul, Cut Chemist, and more. The concerts go all day and night, too, with so many concerts that organizers have a hard time keeping track. And the spring skiing this year is incredible. Conditions are perfect for a winter sports festival that you do not want to miss.

Photo Credit: Mike Crane

Posted: Wednesday, April 09, 2014

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