Here and Now – Tahoe Film Tour: The Final Stop

Diamond Peak opened its doors to skiing in 1966 – the same year the TV show Batman debuted, where the average U.S. income was $6,900/year and gas cost $0.32 a gallon.  Prices may have changed, but the one thing that hasn’t is the love for sliding down a mountain in some shape or form.  So, what is the best way to celebrate such a momentous occasion of being around for 50 years?  How about a ski movie premiere and a party?  We thought so too!  That’s why Local Freshies® in association with 4Frnt Skis and Diamond Peak Ski Resort announces the final stop of the Tahoe Film tour.  We will be showing 4Frnt Skis’ Here and Now along with our own film, Tahoe: The Daily Routine. If that wasn’t enough, Diamond Peak season passholders will receive FREE entry and appetizers.  This is your last chance to grab some awesome swag and to take home one of the many raffle prizes including the grand prize items!  A pair of skis, skateboard, growler, coffee, shirts, hats, gear…you won’t want to miss out!  Don’t believe us?  Check us out on Tahoe Today talking about the event:

 

Ticket Price

Cost: $5

All Ages Event
(If you’re a Diamond Peak season passholder, you get in for FREE)

Details

Location:
Diamond Peak – Main Lodge
Date:
 December 16th, 2016
Time:
Doors Open at 4:30 p.m., Shows at 6:30 p.m.

At the event there will be swag, a raffle and much, much more. Come hungry and thirsty! Grab a bite to eat before or during the show and wash it down with a cold one!

If you want to read more about the movies, check out the South Lake Tahoe event write-up or check out the trailers below:

Here and Now

4Frnt has just released their 6th film highlighting that in a world where nearly everyone’s head is buried in a mobile device, our friendships and interactions between human beings are dwindling away. It’s up to us to change that and interact with each other by living in the HERE and NOW!

 

Bonus Feature – Tahoe: The Daily Routine

After four dry winters and negative press from a few of our favorite ski/snowboard magazines, many categorized Lake Tahoe as “dead.”  We at Local Freshies® thought it was a perfect opportunity to make a short film highlighting the local businesses that give Lake Tahoe its flavor and show its culture is alive and well!

 

 

Huge thanks to all our sponsors for supporting our film tour
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