Ski season is in full swing at Big Sky Resort, but the many runs aren’t the only thing bringing people to the hill! If the inaugural Winter SOULstice Party was any indication, Lone Mountain-goers enjoy a good party mixed in with their slopeside recreation, so here’s a look at a few more upcoming events that’ll serve both passions.
Spend New Year’s Eve with The Well performing at Montana Jack on Monday, December 31st. Dammit Lauren will kick off the music beginning at 9:30pm. Tickets to this 21+ event are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.
Locally based, the band focuses on original material with a few carefully selected covers tossed in. The quartet blends their assorted backgrounds into a soulful alternative rock sound that combines pop hooks with rocking jams. The Well has performed in support of the Kitchen Dwellers and has shared the stage with such acts as Grace Potter, Bruce Hornsby, Chris Robison Brotherhood, and The Wood Brothers.
If a late-night barn burner isn’t your style, Big Sky is also hosting a Family New Year’s Eve Party in Mountain Village from 9pm–12:30am. Enjoy dancing with a DJ, dessert, fireworks, children’s activities and more. From kiddie cocktails to a cash bar and a bubbly toast for everyone at midnight, there’s fun for everyone. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Preceding the family affair is New Year’s Eve Kids Après in the Missouri Ballroom from 6–9pm. The event will feature bouncy houses, face painting, bean bag toss and more. Drop the kids off and let them enjoy dinner and fireworks. Sold individually or as an add-on to the NYE Family Celebration.
Get ready for SnoBar 2019! The hottest dance party in the elements is set for back-to-back Saturdays, January 19th and 26th from 6–10pm each night. Ski all day then dance the night away with drinks from a bar made entirely out of snow! DJ lineup includes K7NG, Jack Dehio, PHO3NIX, Twiggy Smallz, Nate G, Mitch Brady, Downpour, and Dr. Fresch. Admission is $15 at the gate. Must be 21+ to partake.
Along with event and daily lift tickets, season passes are available for purchase. Get yours at www.bigskyresort.com, where you can also check out this season’s lessons and programs through the Big Sky Mountain Sports School. Gather up your winter gear, friends and family and head to the hill!
Established in 1973, Big Sky Resort is located in the Northern Rockies of Southwest Montana between Bozeman 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.