FREESKIER’s Music in the Mountains concert tour made it’s second stop this weekend in Steamboat Springs with a performance by Big Something during the Winter WonderGrass festival. Hailing from North Carolina, the band brought with them a rocking, jam-filled performance that had the crowd grooving through the entire evening.
During the set break, FREESKIER’s Sam Taggart took to the stage to rile up the audience with gear giveaways, including product from Sweet Protection, Armada, Zeal, Level Gloves and custom hats from Ski Town All-Stars, as well as two pairs of skis and a pair of tickets to next year’s Winter On The Rocks concert from Icelantic. Celebrating the community that came to dance, these giveaways were just a small gesture of thanks to everyone who came out; the real celebration was the amazing show that Big Something brought to Steamboat.
Looking ahead, FREESKIER’s Music in the Mountains concert tour is just getting started—and we want you to join the party. Click here for the full schedule, tell your friends, grab your tickets and get ready for four more rockin’ shows this winter. This tour is all about celebrating community by bringing live music to ski towns, and we can’t wait to see you there.
Keep scrolling to see highlights from the entire night in Streamboat, shot by photographer Courtney Cooper.
About Music in the Mountains:
FREESKIER is about more than just ski action. It’s about the people, places and experiences that bring the ski community to life. In 2022, FREESKIER is hitting the road to visit some of the best ski towns across the country and celebrate the local communities in each of them. Every stop of the Music in the Mountains Tour, presented by ZYN, will be a chance to share stories of days on the hill and further grow the community while getting your legs into ski shape with a good old fashioned dance party. Don’t miss your opportunity to hang with the FREESKIER crew, get some exclusive FREESKIER swag and win tons of brand new ski gear.
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