Big Sky partiers dance at the famous SnoBar, to be held Jan. 14th and 21st this year. Proceeds from the Jan 21 SnoBar will benefit the family of Jamie Pierre.
MUSIC. SNOW. ICE LUGES. Glowsticks. Flashyblinkylights.
SnoBar, held the next two Saturdays at Big Sky, is the ultimate winter party. Some might even say it’s the coolest bar they’ve ever been to – literally: Big Sky’s SnoBar is held in an outdoor venue made completely of snow and ice. Dancing, puffy coats, and jager luges keep partiers warm – a must when the bar you’re bellying up to is well below freezing.
Other bars have tried to simulate the effect. Most famously, IceBar in London is an indoor bar kept at -5 degrees year round, and guests are given thermal capes for their 40-minute time allotment in the all-ice venue.
But in Big Sky, we don’t fake this stuff. Our ice the real deal, sent to us by Old Man Winter and crafted into a dance club by the Big Sky Terrain Park Crew each January. We don’t hand out stylish capes, but we do hand out glowsticks, and we’ve braved party temperatures colder than a balmy -5 degrees. Come on, Londoners – Big Sky knows what a real winter party looks like.
SnoBar will be held Saturday Jan. 14th from 6pm-8pm in the base area of the Mountain Village. 21+, $5 cover.
The Jamie Pierre SnoBar, in honor of the late Big Sky pro skier, will be held Saturday, Jan 21st from 6pm–8pm and benefit the Pierre family. 21+, $5 cover.