Local musicians come together for Haiti, with the stellar acoustics of the BellyUp bringing out the goodness. Join Trenton Allen and the Good Timey Groove Band, Hurricane Carter and the Derek Brown Band this Thursday, February 25. A great night of live music and a good cause to bring it on home. More info, bellyupaspen.com.
The Meeting hosted by Aspen/Snowmass, resumes for the fourth annual gathering October 2-5, 2008, bringing together the ski and snowboard industry’s greatest filmmakers, athletes, sponsors and fans. Once again the NEPSA Video Awards will kick off the weekend!
Check the link above to view the complete movie and music schedule for The Meeting 2008. Some of this year’s movie highlights include Brain Farm Productions That’s It, That’s All, featuring snowboarder Travis Rice as well as Matchstick Productions Claim, with scenes of a huge feature on Snowmass with skiers Colby West and Jacob Wester.
Also notable is the celebration of Mack Dawg Production’s twentieth anniversary of producing movies, which they honor in this year’s film Double Decade.
Oakley & 1242 Films’ Uniquely will be The Meeting’s debut of an all-female movie. Featuring Aspen/Snowmass Team Athlete Gretchen Bleiler, Uniquely is also the first Meeting film to feature sports outside of snow sports, including skating and surfing.
On the music front, The Meeting will feature rapper Tech N9ne, the digital prowess of the Glitch Mob and party beats from DJ Mel – all at Belly Up.
Tickets are currently available at the Wheeler Opera House and Belly Up respectively. Each screening at the Wheeler includes two movies and tickets are $7 per screening.
Belly Up pricing is $25 on Thursday, $18 advance or $20 day-of for Friday and $10 on Saturday.
For rentals this weekend, visit Alpine Property.