3 REASONS TO
SHAKE THE LAKE
April 30, 2016 / Lake Louise Ski Resort
Spring may be well underway, but it’s not time to bust out the storage wax just yet! Lake Louise Ski Resort celebrates this bittersweet time of year with their end-of-season party on April 30, 2016 – Shake the Lake! And here are three reasons you should show up.
1/ Shake the Lake Rail Jam
Come out and watch local talent throw down their biggest & best tricks in a rail jam format designed by the Terrain Park Crew.
DJ Buffalochild will be spinning beats from the Coca-Cola Stage in the afternoon, and the Kokanee Kabin deck will be transformed into the Kokanee Beach – a perfect place to sip your favourite beverage while taking in all the action. The Kokanee team will also be out with fun activities for anyone 18 and over.
Shake the Lake (daytime) is also kid friendly! The Burton Riglet Park will be set up in the learning area, as well as a beach volleyball net and other fun activities to play and ski in the sun.
2/ Epic “Shake the Lake” After Party
Once the sun goes down, the Lodge of Ten Peaks will transform into an epic “Shake the Lake” After Party. Confirmed DJs include Stickybuds, Scratch Bastid and JPOD!
Advance Tickets are $40 plus GST until April 25. Buses will be available from Banff ($20) and Lake Louise ($10) Round trip. You can either purchase the bus tickets online or as you get on the bus. Tickets can also be purchased at the Group Sales Desk.
3/ Lift Ticket Deals
Ski or Ride at the Lake for $72 plus GST with proof of an After Party ticket to Shake the Lake. Offer is up for both Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1 – just bring your Shake the Lake ticket or online payment receipt to Group Sales or Guest Services to receive the discount on your lift tickets.
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