MINUS ZERO FESTIVAL–the multi-day winter sports and electronic music festival that successfully launched in 2015 with Paul Oakenfold hailing it an “amazing concept and truly epic lineup of talent and entertainment”–has announced it will expand to three national resorts this year: Winter Park Resort in Denver, CO April 2 and 3, Stratton Mountain Resort in South Londonderry, VT April 9 and 10 and Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood, CA December 10 and 11.
MINUS ZERO’s 2016 kickoff in Colorado will feature headlining sets from Diplo andKaskade and over 15 other DJs across two stages, including Lunice,Manufactured Superstars, Illenium, Bass Physics, DJ Shift and local support acts (see day-by-day artist lineups below). All ski lifts and slopes at Winter Park Resort–an all inclusive site featuring lodging and hotel accommodations–will be open and festival attendees are encouraged to wear their ski/snowboard gear. The festival has partnered with Las Vegas-based entertainment firm, Silent Partner Entertainment Group, for all booking and marketing needs and with BETA Nightclub to help promote the event locally. Tickets for Denver go on sale Thursday (2/11) at 10:00 a.m. PST at minuszerofestival.com, starting at $95 for a day pass or $175 for both days. Lift passes and VIP options are also available. As a thank you to their customers Minus ZERO has ZERO service fees. Ticket prices are all inclusive and will not have any additional fees. MINUS ZERO FESTIVAL will run from 11:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. daily and is open to those 18 and over.
VIP areas will include unique outdoor amenities and after parties with packages that include unlimited access to ski lifts. The picturesque backdrop at each one of these resorts will provide the perfect setting for this magnificent event. Fans and sports enthusiasts alike are encouraged to plan ahead so they are able to enjoy not only the wide variety of music, but also the incredible sporting facilities these world renowned and first class resorts are known for.
Stay tuned for the Vermont and Southern California lineups and ticketing details coming soon.
MINUS ZERO FESTIVAL – Denver prices:
Day passes: $95 (w/ Lift Pass $179)
Weekend passes: $175 (w/ Lift Pass $339)
Ticket prices are all inclusive and will not have any additional fees.
Early bird pricing will be available for the first 24 hours
MINUS ZERO FESTIVAL day-by-day lineup for Denver includes:
Saturday, April 2
Sunday, April 3
MINUS ZERO FESTIVAL returns for its second year in 2016; after playing host to artists such as Jamie Jones, Lee Burridge, Droog, Doc Martin, Capital Cities, and the Desert Hearts crew during its inaugural at Mountain High Resort in Southern California. The first annual sports and music festival was located 80 miles Northwest of Los Angeles and 36 miles Northwest of San Bernardino and featured 30 DJs over two days with skiing and snowboarding all day and night. Jamie Jones raved: “This pairing of Electronic music and winter sports is unbelievable and no one taps both sides of the country like Minus Zero.”
About Winter Park Resort: Located just 67 miles from Denver, Winter Park Resort is Colorado’s longest continually-operated ski resort, with over 3,000 acres of world-class terrain spread out over seven unique territories. Nestled along the Continental Divide, Winter Park boasts over 325″ of annual snowfall, setting up perfect conditions for exploring miles of cruising groomers, six terrain parks, bumps, steeps, trees, and most definitely deeps. Winter Park is also the proud home to the renowned National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD). For more info, visit winterparkresort.com and connect on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.