World Cup brings entertainment to Killington
Sure, the World Cup’s coming to Killington Mountain Resort again, but there’s also a sweet line up of musicians, movies and more for all the spectators this Friday-Sunday, Nov. 23-25.
“Combining an expanded entertainment lineup with the United States’ premier women’s ski racing event makes for a unique, weekend party at Killington for fans of all ages that’s free and open to the public,” said Rob Megnin, director of marketing and sales for Killington Resort. “Guests who come for the whole weekend, Friday through Sunday, will have an opportunity to experience Killington like never before. The combination of live music, fireworks show, movie premiers, and of course the ski racing, will create a unique mountain event guests have never experienced before.”
New this year, Killington will host free concerts each day of the weekend featuring Michael Franti, Paul Oakenfold, KT Tunstall and Guster. Additional entertainment includes the World Cup Festival Village, fireworks, parades and a Friday night bib draw featuring top athletes.
Friday: Festival Village, Athlete Bib Presentation, Paul Oakenfold Performance, Fireworks, and Teton Gravity Research’s “Far Out” movie
Saturday: Festival Village, opening parade featuring Vermont youth ski racers, Giant Slalom Races with KT Tunstall performing between runs, live music after the second run and Warren Miller Entertainment’s “Face of Winter” movie
Sunday: Festival Village, opening parade featuring New England youth ski racers and Slalom Races with Guster performing between runs
The full weekend schedule is available at Killington.com/worldcup.
While the ski races and concerts are free and open to the public, you can purchase tickets for premium viewing areas for the giant slalom and slalom races and preferred parking.