New Vail music and art festival ‘Powabunga’ to feature performances by ZHU, Boombox and more
The festival will offer two nights of music at Ford Park March 22-23
Powabunga, the inaugural music, mountain and art festival in Vail on March 22-23, 2019, announces its lineup, featuring performances from ZHU, Grammy-winning duo Bob Moses, Boombox, Justin Jay’s Fantastic Voyage, De Lux, ISHI and more. Powabunga includes two nights of music at Ford Park, large scale pop-up art installations, exclusive apres ski and post show after-parties, and a Costume Ski-Stravaganza.
Powabunga’s concert performances at Ford Park (522 S. Frontage Road E.) kick off at 4 p.m. each afternoon and continue until 10 p.m. Then, Powabunga hosts intimate afterparties — with artists including Justin Jay and Bob Moses (Club Set) — at select local venues (details to be announced soon).
Saturday, March 23 at noon sees the start of the Costume Ski-Stravaganza at Black Forest Ski Race Course on Vail Mountain. A costume-required ski event, the Ski-Stravaganza invites fans to get creative for some slopeside fun, with winners taking away prizes including skis, snowboards, an Epic Pass and more. Costume categories include Best Overall, Best Duo, Best Denim, and Best Onesie. Fans looking to participate can register at Powabungafest.com.
Tickets for Powabunga are available now at powabungafest.com, with a limited number of discounted $99 Early Bird 2-Day GA Passes and $299 Early Bird VIP Weekend Passes — offering access to preferred viewing areas and VIP tent hosting exclusive bar and food, upgraded bathrooms and sponsor schwag, after-party pre-sale options, and more — available while supplies last.
Powabunga is partnering with Evergreen Lodge, with location in Vail Town Center, and Festicket.com to provide lodging options during the event. Fans who would like to book with Evergreen Lodge can use the code “powabunga” for discounted room rates. Festicket.com is offering all-inclusive deals for those looking to book travel, lodging, festival tickets and ski packages in one place.
For more information about Powabunga, go to http://www.powabunga.com and connect with Powabunga on Instagram at @Powabungafest.
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