SIA Spring Fest @ Thin Air - Ski Mag

SIA Spring Fest @ Thin Air is the most innovative event of the year in Park City. A mash-up of industries and backgrounds, events, open discussions, concerts and inspirational speakers from inside and outside the snow sports industry.

Spring Fest @Thin Air is about gathering like-minded, passionate individuals from across the winter sports and other diverse industries to learn, network and cross-pollinate against the backdrop of outdoor experiences you can only get in Park City, UT.

This year’s speakers and events feature Sarah Colonna, comedian and NYT best seller; Vipe Desai, entrepreneur and philanthropist; Clark Scheffy, partner, IDEO; Courtney Banghart, head women’s basketball coach, Princeton University; George Arison, founder and CEO of Shift; and Brian Stephenson, Global Brand Marketing & Creative Director, ReedPOP; Welcome Home Parade for 2018 Olympians; Free concert on historic Park City Main Street featuring Citizen Cope; and the Thin Air Lounge, the central gathering place with a heavy emphasis on connecting, fueled by plenty of food and drink.

The All-In Pass for full-access to every event and discounted lift tickets is available for $250

High School and college students can purchase the Thin Air Student Knowledge Pass for only $25 

Get the Details, Agenda and Register Now!

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