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Altitunes festival brings music and good vibes to Big White Ski Resort

Altitunes took over the mountain from April 5-6

Music from Big White’s Altitunes music festival could be heard echoing throughout the Beaverdell Mountain Range over the weekend of April 5 and 6.

This year’s festival brought together more than 11,000 people, dressed in bright retro ski outfits to the largest après ski event in Canada.

Nestled in the mountains at an altitude of over 2300m, the sold-out festival welcomed more than 15 artists including Elderbrook and Milky Chance.

It was the third year the festival took over Big White.

“AltiTunes is the perfect combination of skiing, snowboarding and festival goers,” said Trevor Hanna, VP of Hospitality at Big White Ski Resort.

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Jacqueline Gelineau

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