SnoBar Rolls Into A Weekend SnoBall at Big Sky Resort
Apres ski fun begins this Saturday, January 18 and continues the following Saturday, January 25 at Big Sky Resort’s famous SnoBar, featuring an outside bar made completely of snow. New this year, the SnoBar is being rolled into SnoBall, a three day music festival.
Built completely out of snow, the SnoBar is roughly 50 feet by 100 feet with a 12 foot Christmas light ceiling. Bozeman’s DJ 5-star will supply music from 4 – 8 pm, as people dance in ski boots next to the Explorer Lift behind Huntley Dining Room. SnoBar cover charge is $5 and will be serving drink specials including Alpine Hot Chocolate, Rum Punch, White Russians, wine and beer.
New this year, SnoBar is being rolled into a three day weekend music festival, SnoBall, with live music each night at Whiskey Jack’s (a 21 and over venue).
Friday, January 17 is the Hooligans with Bill Payne from Little Feat playing from 9:30 pm – 12:30 am. There is no cover charge!
Saturday, January 18 is an encore of the Hooligans with Bill Payne playing from 9:30 pm – 12:30 am. There is a $5 cover charge.
Sunday, January 19 is Assembly of Dust playing from 9:30 pm – 12:30 am with a $10 cover charge.
Tickets for SnoBall music can be purchased at the door at Whiskey Jack’s in Big Sky Resort’s Mountain Village. Visit bigskyresort.com/events for more information.