Blizzard of Aahhhs, 2018

“Blizzard of Aahhh’s” Extreme Ski Film
Saturday, November 24 @ 7:30 PM

$15 General Admission

This show is rated PG.

Greg Stump’s legendary rockumentary-style ski film that put him and, ultimately, extreme skiing on the map with the spotlight on some the sport’s hottest stars in some of the world’s most spectacular ski destinations. Featuring music by Andrew Poppy, Schonherz & Scott, Ted Musgrave, Nasty Rox Inc., Propaganda, Alpha Blondy and Act.

Blizzard of Aahhh’s was the fifth film in as many years from then 27 year-old ski film maker, Greg Stump. He and cinematic partner Bruce Benedict filmed in the winter of 1987-88, featuring skiers Scot Schmidt, Glen Plake, and Mike Hattrup.

Most North American audience members had never see extreme skiing or the massive mountains in Chamonix and were shocked by the “extreme” nature of the film. Many ski industry executives complained to Stump that he had gone too far and that there was no next step. They were wrong on both fronts. Ski films would, and continue to push the limits of what is possible.

Blizzard of Aahhh’s is consistently rated number one by ski movie publications. The film has impacted thousands of skiers to leave their existing lives to pursue their dreams of ski life in the mountains. The 30th anniversary edit will feature special new sequences and remastered sound and color.

The film is touring this fall and scheduling a stop at Jean’s Playhouse!

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