Copper’s Sunsation set for April 5-6 and 12-13
Vail CO, Colorado
COPPER MOUNTAIN ” George Clinton and the P-Funk Allstars, Matisyahu, Susan Tedeschi, Pato Banton and Eek-A-Mouse headline the 8th annual Sunsation end-of-season celebration at Copper Mountain April 5-6 and 12-13. In addition, De Sol, Topaz, Lotus, Band of Heathens and more are set to perform during Sunsation’s two weekends of free live music and on-hill events.
Susan Tedeschi has established a formidable reputation as a deeply expressive singer, talented guitarist and distinctive songwriter. She performs on April 5.
Coming to the Sunsation stage April 6 is Pato Banton and the Reggae Revolution and their charismatic performance, where no show is alike and audience members become participants in the experience. Also sharing the stage with Pato Banton on April 6 is Eek-A-Mouse.
George Clinton and the P-Funk All-Stars are set to play a free show during Sunsation on April 12. Matisyahu will bring his fusion of Orthodox Judaism and classic reggae to the Sunsation masses for a free show on April 13.
In addition to free live music, Sunsation on-hill activities include Hometown Heroes April 11-13. They’ve done it in skate and surf, now Hometown Heroes comes back to the snow. Copper invites guests to witness a progressive event that made its debut last year and was the hit of the competition season. Twelve of the top professional snowboarders will compete alongside 12 of their future counterparts, today’s top amateurs . The contest will have an innovative team format on the slopes of Copper, with top amateurs and pros going head to head. For more information, visit http://hhsnow.com/. Spectators are welcome, however participation in the event is invite only.
Visit http://www.coppersunsation.com for more information.
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