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SEPT. 26 TO 28
A festival of
Music & Mountain

Michael Franti
& Spearhead
Slightly Stoopid
G.Love & Special Sauce

Mountain Bike Competitions, Microbrew Samplings, Food, Games, Ski Movie Premieres
& a Whole Lot More!
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Photo by Julie Worsham

The Tontons

Up front is Asli Omar, that vocal vixen who can make men and rock nerds alike quake in their boots. Bassist Tom Nguyen, whose rumble forms the dermis of the band and then them boys Adam and Justin Martinez come in with titanic guitars and drums to make sure you are still moving your feet. This is a band that has been fully embraced by their native Houston, and the Tontons have hugged the city back with relentless gigging around town, and now it's time for the world to get some love from The Tontons

video $35 for 1-Day | $60 for 2-Day | $10 Children’s 1-Day | 6 & Under FREE


Michael Franti & Spearhead

Musician, humanitarian, and children's book author, Michael Franti, is recognized as a pioneering force using music as a vehicle for positive change as well as his unforgettable, high energy shows with his band, Spearhead. With the multi-platinum success of his song "Say Hey (I Love You)" and the chart breaking 2010 release of "The Sound Of Sunshine", Franti and his band guarantee a show that will be thought provoking as well as a fun dance party! "Music is sunshine,” says Franti, one of the most positive and conscious artists in music today. “Music gives us new energy and a stronger sense of purpose.” Franti has a brand new single, "I'm Alive (Life Sounds Like)" hitting radio now leading into his brand new album this summer.


video $35 for 1-Day | $60 for 2-Day | $10 Children’s 1-Day | 6 & Under FREE



Slightly Stoopid

Nearly two decades into their artistry, Slightly Stoopid continues to progress into new musical territory, defining their signature sound while creating a contagious feel-good vibe that has its own lifestyle and subculture...and it’s been done entirely on their own terms. They’ve just announced their eighth annual outdoor amphitheater package this year entitled “Summer Sessions 2014” featuring So-Cal punk D.I.Y. cohorts NOFX, long time hip-hoppa bluesman and musical co-conspirator G. Love & Special Sauce, hip hop icons Cypress Hill and modern legend and Grammy winning reggae artist Stephen Marley.


video $35 for 1-Day | $60 for 2-Day | $10 Children’s 1-Day | 6 & Under FREE


G. Love & Special Sauce

Tart, Tangy, Smooth, and oh so lip-smacking Sweet! Aaah yes, time to praise the almighty summer sippin' thirst quencher, being served straight up G. Love and Special Sauce style, ice cool and always refreshing. On their second release for Brushfire Records, the Philly boys offer up "Lemonade", a series of soul drenched tracks pouring out their blues infused hip-hop, which people have been trying to label for years. The best advice - dont try to tame it or claim it; its simply their sonic trademark, instantly recognizable and addictively delicious.


video $35 for 1-Day | $60 for 2-Day | $10 Children’s 1-Day | 6 & Under FREE


Shawn Owen

Professional snowboarder turned songwriter, Shawn Owen performs 300+ shows per year as a solo performer and fronting the Shawn Owen Band, sharing the stage with national acts such as The Wailers, Passafire, Donovan Frankenreiter, Larry Keel, Dirty Heads, The Aggrolites, Iration and many more, bringing their distinctive reggae/jam/ska/party vibe throughout the east coast from upstate New York to southern Florida and all in between. Their debut full length LP "Make Money" is scheduled for a fall 2014 release with national tour to follow.


videoKeep the party going at The Connection Nightclub.
Doors: 10pm | $5 Cover | No Cover With Wristband
*Must Be 21 Years of Age or Older. Valid ID Required.

Activities

Along with the concerts, the FreeFall weekend event will bring downhill and cross-country mountain bike races, a mountaintop brew fest celebration with a vast assortment of the nation’s finest craft beers and local BBQ, a DockDogs® competition, ski movie premieres and a Saturday night fireworks display above the resort’s village. Guests can also participate in the Lifestyle Camp, which includes outdoor adventure activities and sporting events. The 2014 FreeFall Festival is open to the public, and will be the perfect weekend to take in the fall colors in West Virginia’s beautiful mountains.

The winter 3 for All pass will go on sale during Freefall. Offering guest three days of skiing or snowboarding at Snowshoe Mountain, with no blackouts or holiday restrictions. 3 for All Pass


Sept 25

Jeremy Jones Higher

Witness the journey of one of the greatest big mountain snowboarders of our time.
Ten-time Big Mountain Rider of the Year winner Jeremy Jones revolutionized backcountry snowboarding with Deeper, his 2010 ode to splitboarding and human-powered adventure. His 2012 sequel, Further, took him to the planet’s most remote mountain ranges and earned him a nod as a 2013 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year.

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Sept 26 - 28

DockDogs®

Watch the premier canine aquatics competition as our furry friends go head to head in the Big Air, Speed Retrieve and Extreme Vertical competitions.

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Sept 26

Yoga w/Michael Franti 

Join us for an hour long yoga session with Michael Franti and Friends, with some time to socialize and freshen up for the concert! This unique experience requires a separate purchased ticket. The experience will include Michael Franti and Friends performing acoustic with a yoga class taught by great yogis. Classes are designed for people of all levels of experience and ability. Bring a mat, towel, sunscreen and good vibes.


Sept 27

Microbrew Bonanza

Sample from the finest craft beers from around the region. 12pm – 4pm, Ages 21 & Up. Ticket includes sampling mug and wristband. Food available from vendors onsite. Beer vendors to include:

Flying Mouse Brewery: Flying Mouse Three (Kolsch), Flying Mouse Four (Smooth-Hop IPA), Flying Mouse Five (Pale Ale), Flying Mouse Eight (Porter)
Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company: Wild Trail Pale Ale and Mothman Black IPA
Northern Eagle Distributing: Flying Dog Raging Bitch, Blue Mountain Full Nelson, Lost River Brewing Black Lager, Lost River Common, Southern Tier, Southern Tier Warlock
Beverage Distributors Inc.: Maxwell’s Scottish Ale, Headless Wylie Imperial Pumpkin
Tygart Valley Distributors: Sam Adams Octoberfest, Sam Adams Harvest, Shiner bock Octoberfest, Leinenkugel Octoberfest, Blue Moon Harvest, Terrapin Beers
Big Timber Brewing Company: Big Timber Blonde, Big Timber Pale Ale, Big Timber Porter, Big Timber IPA
JC Distributing: Great Lakes Oktoberfest, Great Lakes Nosferatu, Great Lakes Wright Brothers Pilsner
Mountain State Brewing Company: Seneca IPA, Cold Trail Blonde Ale, Miner’s Daughter Oatmeal Stout, Almost Heaven Amber Ale
North Central Distributing: Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Torpedo Extra IPA, Sierra Nevada Victory Collaborative brew, Alt. Route Sierra Nevada southern Harvest


Sept 27

Snowshoe Gravity Series Race 3

We have a great weekend of downhill mountain bike racing. Descend 1500 vertical feet on the Western Territory. This race is on Saturday and is the final race of the series.


Sept 28

WVMBA XC Championship

A mountain bike race hosted by Snowshoe Mountain and the final race in the West Virginia Mountain Bike Series to determine the series champion. There will be several courses of cross country trails that take you through the spectacular forests, and on single track trails around Snowshoe Mountain.

Get Your Tickets

   Available for Purchase Day of at
The Depot
FreeFall 2-Day Concert Ticket
Michael Franti & Spearhead with The Tontons (Friday, September 26) and Slightly Stoopid with G. Love & Special Sauce (Saturday, September 27). General Admission. All Ages. Both shows 6:30-10pm. $60
FreeFall Friday Ticket
Michael Franti & Spearhead with The Tontons (Friday, September 26). General Admission. All Ages. Show is 6:30-10pm. $35
FreeFall Saturday Ticket
Slightly Stoopid with G. Love & Special Sauce (Saturday, September 27). General Admission. All Ages. Show is 6:30-10pm. $35
FreeFall MicroBrew Bonanza! Sample from the finest craft beers from around the region. 12pm – 4pm, Ages 21 & Up. Ticket includes sampling mug and wristband. Food available from vendors onsite. $30
FreeFall Lodging, Concert Tickets & MicroBrew Bonanza! Just $149 per person! Includes 2 nights lodging in a junior studio condo at the Snowshoe mountaintop village, plus a 2-day GA concert ticket for the Friday (Michael Franti) and Saturday evening (Slightly Stoopid) headline concert events, AND a participant wristband for the Saturday afternoon FreeFall Microbrew Bonanza! $149 per person rate based on double occupancy and a 2 night min. stay. Standard taxes and resort fees apply and are additional. Must be 21 & over to participate in the microbrew tasting event. $154/pp
Tent Tag
valid Thurs-Sun eves. 9/25-9/28. Tag valid up to four nights!
Tent sites are first come, first served, within designated approved camping boundary. A drop-off for camping gear is located at the entrance to the tent camping area and parking is in an adjacent separate approved parking area within walking distance. 15’ x 15’ footprint, limit one tent. Max: 4 occupancy. Includes free shuttle access to village. Not valid for concert admission. Must have a regular admission ticket to access the concert venue. Check-in is located in Kids World at Silvercreek. Campfires/open fires are not permitted. $90
RV Camping tag
valid Thurs-Sun eves. 9/25-9/28. Tag valid up to four nights!
RV sites are available in Silver Creek parking lot, with a limited quantity. Tag valid up to four nights! RV sites are first come, first served, at parking spaces with electric hookups. Located in Silver Creek parking lot. 25’ x 30’ footprint, limit one vehicle. Includes shuttle access to village. Not valid for concert admission. Must have a regular admission ticket to access the concert venue. Campsites have electric only; they do not have water, sewer, picnic tables, or fire rings. Campfires/open fires are not permitted. Campers must use the facilities in their RV – there are no restroom/shower facilities at the RV sites location. A dump station and fresh water are available, but is located approximately ¼ mile from these sites. $125

*Package pricing subject to availability.

Schedule

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH:
7:00PM: Teton Gravity Research Premiere: Higher
Ten-time Big Mountain Rider of the Year winner Jeremy Jones revolutionized backcountry snowboarding with Deeper. His 2010 sequel, Further, took him to the planet’s most remote mountain ranges and earned him a nod as a 2013 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, and his environmental advocacy work with Protect Our Winters won him recognition as one of President Barack Obama’s 2013 Champions of Change. Watch the third and final chapter of the series and get ready for the snow to fall. (Weather back up location: The Expo)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH:
12:00PM – 5:00PM: DockDogs® Competition on Rimfire Lot
Watch the premier canine aquatics competition as our furry friends go head to head in the Big Air competition. Think a long jump for dogs…with a giant pool.
2:00PM-5:00PM: Interactive Water Sports Park in Rimfire Lot
Experience the mountain and have fun with slacklining, stand up paddleboard & kayak demos and water Zorb balls. Spectate or join in the fun!
2:00PM – 3:00PM: Yoga with Michael Franti at Soaring Eagle Lodge Hearth Room
Join us for an hour long yoga session with Michael Franti and Friends, with some time to socialize and freshen up for the concert! This unique experience requires a separate purchased ticket. The experience will include Michael Franti and Friends performing acoustic with a yoga class taught by great yogis. Classes are designed for people of all levels of experience and ability. Bring a mat, towel, sunscreen and good vibes. $20 Entry Sold Out
5:00PM – 6:00PM: Yoga - Slow Dynamic Flow on Mountain Lodge Lawn
This FREE class is gentle and slow paced to shed the feeling of stress and restlessness and to invite you to a place of stillness. We’ll guide students on a journey inward with the use of Pranayam (breathing practices), gentle warm-ups and flow tenderly through Dynamic movements. We’ll end the class with a guided Systematic Relaxation that will allow for a peaceful and nurturing experience. Yoga works with the deep connective tissues in the body and calms the nervous system, making it a therapeutic practice for the Mind, Body and Sprit! Limited mats available. (Weather back up location: The Expo)
6:00PM: Gates Open For Concerts at Rimfire Lot
6:30PM -  The Tontons at Rimfire Lot
8:00PM –  Michael Franti & Spearhead at Rimfire Lot
7:00PM: Teton Gravity Research Premiere: Almost Ablaze in Village Plaza
A global odyssey where athletes push the edge to realize a heightened state. This film combines state-of-the-art cinematography with the most progressive riding on the planet. (Weather back up location: The Expo)
10:00PM: The Tontons at the Connection Nightclub
Keep the party going at The Connection Nightclub. Doors: 10pm | $10 Cover | $5 Cover With Wristband. *Must Be 21 Years of Age or Older. Valid ID Required.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH:
ALL DAY: Snowshoe Bike Park Presents: Gravity Series Race 3
9:00AM – 5:00PM: DockDogs® Competition on Rimfire Lot
Watch the premier canine aquatics competition as our furry friends go head to head in the Big Air and Extreme Vertical competitions.
10:00AM:  Guided Hike Meeting at Shavers Lake Outpost 
11:00AM - 4:00PM

Interactive Water Sports Park at Rimfire Lot & Ballhooter Lift Area
Experience the mountain and have fun with slacklining, stand up paddleboard & kayak demos and water Zorb balls. Spectate or join in the fun! 

11:00AM - 3:00PM
Bike Games at the top of Ballhooter Lift
Join in the fun with tall bike jousting, chariot races, balance beam, DJ and more!
11:30AM – 2:00PM: Registration for Microbrew Bonanza in the Village
12:00PM – 4:00PM: Microbrew Bonanza
Sample craft brews while listening to live entertainment in the heart of the Village. Ticket includes tasting ticket, souvenir mug and live entertainment. *Must be 21 Years of Age or Older. Valid ID Required.
Noon  600 Lbs of Sin at the Village Stage
2:00pm  Weathered Road at the Village Stage
2:00PM – 3:00PM: Yoga Is For Everyone on Mountain Lodge Lawn
This FREE class is ideal for anyone new to Yoga and to refresh the foundation for already practicing yogis. We will explore a wide variety of flowing and held asanas, provided with demonstration and clear verbal cues guiding you into safe alignment. We’ll introduce fundamentals on Pranayam (breathing practices), Asana (physical postures) and wind down with Systematic Relaxation. Limited mats available. (Weather back up location: The Expo)
6:00PM: Gates Open For Concerts at Rimfire Lot
6:30PM: G. Love & Special Sauce at Rimfire Lot
8:00PM: Slightly Stoopid at Rimfire Lot
10:00PM: Shawn Owen Band at the Connection Nightclub
Keep the party going at The Connection Nightclub live music by the Shawn Owen Band. Doors: 10pm | $5 Cover | No Cover With Wristband *Must Be 21 Years of Age or Older. Valid ID Required.
10:00PM: Mountaintop Fireworks Display viewing from Rimfire Lot
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH:
8:00AM-11:00AM: Rise & Shine Pancake Breakfast at The Junction
What do you need after a weekend long festival of fun? Pancakes of course!  $5
ALL DAY: WVMBA XC Mountain Bike Championships
   8:00am - 11:30am - Registration and Packet pickup in Shaver's Center
   11:00am - Kids Race on Skidder Slope $4 entry and 4-6, 7-9 and 9-11 age groups
   12:00pm - Start of Race on Skidder Slope for all categories.
   4:00pm - Awards on Skidder Stage
9:00AM – 10:00AM: Yoga – Rise & Shine on Mountain Lodge Lawn
Start your day right with this FREE class. We’ll take the time to awaken the body, gently rolling out our joints to work out the kinks. As we move through the practice we’ll boost up the tempo to invigorate and energize our bodies and mind. What better way to begin your day than with a sense of Inner Peace. Limited mats available. (Weather back up location: The Expo)
9:00AM – 4:00PM: DockDogs® Competition on Rimfire Lot
Watch the premier canine aquatics competition as our furry friends go head to head in the Big Air and Speed Retrieve competitions.
12:00PM – 4:00PM: Interactive Water Sports Park in Rimfire Lot
Experience the mountain and have fun with slacklining, stand up paddleboard & kayak demos and water Zorb balls. Spectate or join in the fun!
1:00PM – 2:00PM: Yoga Is For Everyone on Mountain Lodge Lawn
This FREE class is ideal for anyone new to Yoga and to refresh the foundation for already practicing yogis. We will explore a wide variety of flowing and held asanas, provided with demonstration and clear verbal cues guiding you into safe alignment. We’ll introduce fundamentals on Pranayam (breathing practices), Asana (physical postures) and wind down with Systematic Relaxation. Limited mats available. (Weather back up location: The Expo)

General Info

FreeFall represents a first-of-its-kind, large, multi-day outdoor festival experience at Snowshoe. As such, there are some new tweaks to the overall Snowshoe event experience which we want you to be prepared for. This includes the first-ever gated concert pavilion in the large Rimfire parking lot to the west of the Village. This will produce scheduled changes to the normal traffic patterns on Snowshoe Drive. There will also be changes to the parking flow as a result. And varying shuttle schedules. But there’s more. For the first time we’ll be offering tent camping at Silver Creek. Lots to think about as you plan your FreeFall weekend. Please review the general information outline below and be informed before your arrival—this will help to ensure a fun, flawless FreeFall festival experience for all!

General Concert Rules

The Friday and Saturday FreeFall concerts are general admission, all-ages, and ticket/wristbands are required. No wristband, no admittance. Our intention is to provide a great time for all attending guests. The following are general concert venue rules which will be strictly adhered to. Please take a moment to review them.

Must have a valid ticket/wristband to enter the concert venue
No violence or weapons.
No alcoholic or non-alcoholic Beverages will be admitted. Legal beverages will be available for purchase inside the venue. All alcoholic beverages purchased inside the venue must remain in the venue.
No food will be admitted. Food vendors will be located in the venue.
No illegal substances.
No pets.
No coolers.
No suitcases, hard cases, backpacks or bags larger than 16”Wx16”x8” shall be permitted. All bags and personal items are subject to inspection prior to entering the concert venue.
No tents and/or pop-up canopies
No fireworks
No laser pointers
No unauthorized vending
All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
Video and removable lens cameras are not permitted. Personal cameras are allowed in the venue
All concert-goers will be subject to a random security check

Failure to adhere to the above list may result in immediate ejection from the event. Parents’ Advisory: some songs may contain explicit language.

Tickets

When and where do I need tickets/wristbands?
Tickets are required for each of the Friday and Saturday evening concert events in the Rimfire parking lot. Discounts are available for advance purchases and 2-day concert tickets. A separate ticket is also required for the Saturday afternoon FreeFall Brewfest in the Snowshoe Village. Vendor tents, Village contests, demonstrations (DockDogs®, mountain bike race spectating, etc.) are FREE and do not require a ticket or wristband.

Where do I purchase tickets?
All tickets, including one- and two-day concert tickets to FreeFall, may be purchased online at snowshoemtn.com/freefall, via phone at 877.441.4386 or in person at The Depot ticket office in the Snowshoe Village. There is an advance ticket discount for purchases prior to September 15, and 2-day ticket purchases will qualify for a free 1-day adult lift ticket valid for opening day through December 25th, 2014.

Do I get then something sent to me in email? In the mail?
After purchasing any of the FreeFall event tickets, a confirmation email will be sent to the email address provided. Print this email or save to your smart phone device (remember to do this prior to arriving at Snowshoe) and bring to The Depot ticket office.

I didn’t get my voucher in email. Now what?
There is a possibility the email was mistaken for SPAM mail and routed to a SPAM folder. Please check there. If you are not seeing the email confirmation there, please call us at 877.441.4386 so that we can check addresses and direct a follow-up confirmation to you.

Where do I get my wristband?
Concert wristbands will be distributed at the concert gate starting Friday, September 26 at 2pm. There are multiple wristbands- 1-day, 2-day, child, etc. Event staff will be responsible for putting wristbands on wrists. Guests are responsible for ensuring the wristbands are not cut off, removed and/or lost.

What if I lose my wristband?
Guests without wristbands will not be allowed inside the concert venue. Lost wristbands will not be replaced. Treat your wristband as your required proof of purchase.

Can I come & go from the concert venue?
Yes, as long as you have your wristband on and visible, you are permitted to leave and return from inside the gated concert venue. Lost wristbands are not able to be replaced.

How do I get my free ski lift ticket?
A separate email voucher will be sent in October to all advance 2-day ticket purchasers good for 1 FREE day of skiing from opening day of the 2014-15 winter season through December 25th, 2014. Bring that voucher to the ticket office and it will be exchanged for the lift ticket.

Camping

Is there going to be camping available?
Yes, we will make available 150 tent spots at the Silver Creek ski area, 3 miles from the Mountaintop Village and concert venue. Tent tags are $90 for 1-4 people, up to 4-days. Tent tags may be purchased at Snowshoemtn.com/freefall, or by calling 877.441.4386. Tent tags can be picked up, along with all other event tickets, at the Kids World ticket desk at Silver Creek, steps away from the camping sites. Tent sites are first come, first served.

General Camping Rules

Snowshoe Mountain camping is restricted to designated camping areas only

Must have tent tags upon entry to the camping areas

No Glass bottles

No Violence/or weapons

No Illegal Substances

No Motorized Vehicles in the tent camping venue. Parking is located in close proximity to the tent camping venue

No Tents in the RV area.

No open flame Fires or tiki Torches. Camping stoves/grills are permitted

No Unauthorized Vending

No Pets

Respect fellow campers and staff. Quiet Hours are from 12:30AM-7:00AM

Keep your camping site clean. Please clean up your area during and after your stay.

Can I bring my camper or RV?
Limited RV sites are available, with electrical hook-ups, for $125 for up to 4 days. The RV Sites do not have water, sewer, picnic tables, or fire rings. Campfires/open fires are not permitted. Campers must use the facilities in their RV – there are no restroom/shower facilities at the RV sites location. A dump station and fresh water are available, but is located approximately ¼ mile from these sites. Each site is approximately 25’ x 30’. Limit of one vehicle per site\

Can I park at the tent, or how do I get my gear to the tent site?
Car parking is nearby, but not directly adjacent to the tent sites. There is equipment drop-off and simple shuttling available adjacent to the Kids World check-in desk. Parking is included with the cost of the tent site.

Is there a shuttle up to the Village?
FREE Snowshoe Mountain shuttle buses to and from the camping sites at Silver Creek will be operating ON-CALL between the hours of 8 a.m. and midnight on Thursday, continuously between 8 a.m. and 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, and ON-CALL between the hours of 8 a.m. – 4p.m. on Sunday. For an ON-CALL shuttle, please call 304-572-5808 to request a shuttle and proceed to the nearest bus stop. There is a courtesy house phone inside the lobby at Silver Creek, available to call the shuttle.

Alcoholic beverages are prohibited on Snowshoe Mountain Shuttle Buses

Are there showers and bathrooms at the campsite?
There are portable restroom and shower facilities staged at the Silver Creek campground.

Parking

If the concert is taking up all of Rimfire lot, where do we park?
The lots at The Inn at Snowshoe, Silver Creek and Top of the World are available for special event parking at no charge. Parking is confined to approved parking lots. Parking along Snowshoe Drive is prohibited. Snowshoe Mountain shuttle buses will be operating.

Is parking free or do I have to pay?
Parking is FREE in Snowshoe special event lots. There is paid parking available in the Mountain Lodge parking lot, directly across from the concert venue.

Shuttles

Where do I catch a shuttle to the concerts?

Thursday
Shuttle service will be operating from 8am-midnight ** ON-CALL. on top of the mountain. No service to the INN at Snowshoe.

Friday and Saturday
Shuttle service will be operating from 8am-2am.

Service to the Inn at Snowshoe will leave the Inn at the top of every hour. Last shuttle down will leave the Village at 1:30 am.

Shuttle will run continuously to Top of the World and Silver Creek. All other neighborhoods will be
**ON-CALL.

Sunday
The shuttle service will be operating from 8am-4pm for all neighborhoods on top of the mountain on an **ON-CALL basis. No service to the INN at Snowshoe.

** for an ON-CALL shuttle, please call 304-572-5808 to request a shuttle and proceed to the nearest bus stop. For North and South West Ridge proceed to the end of your driveway.

Traffic Flow

What does the closed lot do to traffic at the top of the mountain? Is the road closed there?

Snowshoe Drive will be closed between the Shavers Center Loop (north end) and entrance to Allegheny/Mountain Lodge (south end) Friday and Saturday Evenings (Sept. 26 & 27) from the hours of 4pm to midnight,
A detour route will be established from 4PM to Midnight on Friday and Saturday (Sept. 26th &27th ) The detour route will consist of West Ridge Road. Traffic laws apply, please use caution.

Children

We don’t have a sitter. Can my child attend the outdoor concerts?
Yes, the FreeFall concert events are all ages. Children 6 & under are FREE, and kids 7-12 may enter the venue with the purchase of a $10 child’s ticket. Tickets are available at Snowshoemtn.com/freefall.

Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Chairs & Pop-up Tents

The concert is in a large, flat lot. Can I bring a chair, or canopy tent into the event for comfort?
Traditional easy folding, camping or soft chairs will be permitted, though chair seating will be restricted to view areas away from the stage. Tents and/or pop-up canopies are not permitted.

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