Fall is the most anxious time of the year for snowboarders. It's a time when that restless yearning in your gut is driven into an insatiable craze. It's a season littered with reminders that winter is coming - scattered premieres and big bargain sales - but without that moment that screams, "the snowboard season has arrived! " We think it's high time there is a nationally recognized kickoff to the snowboard season and this fall the city of Denver will host a snowboard film festival unlike any before.
We have closed down the streets and locked down every venue and parking lot across three blocks in Downtown Denver where over 20 of the year's best snowboard films will be screened. Some of the sickest bands in the land will perform between films, across two stages - one inside and one out. The core snowboard shops across the region will be coming together to bring an incredible sample sale to the streets of the city. In addition, Snowboard on the Block will feature a snowboarding competition, skate demo, pool party, photo exhibit and so much more.
This festival is an opportunity to bring all snowboarders together to celebrate the conquests of a winter passed and enjoy a timeless tradition - the annual snowboard video. It's a celebration of what is really important in snowboarding and the passion which drew us to it in the first place. It is a medium for brands to reconnect with supporters and introduce new customers to the future of their brands.
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