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BARTLETT, NH Jan. 10, 2005 – The stage is set. Local band Five Day 40 will be reuniting for a concert at the Attitash Grand Summit Resort Hotel, which will serve as the opening act of 40 days and 40 nights of deals, special events and entertainment in commemoration of Attitash’s 40th anniversary. Jan. 26, 2005 is when the action gets underway and it will continue in various forms through the grand finale on the weekend of March 5-6 when the Attitash All-Star Aerial show arrives with their high-flying stunts.
“From online ticket deals to day fresh beer there’s always going to be something happening,” said John Urdi, vice president of brand management for Attitash. “The schedule is officially jam packed. Competitions, half price and even free skiing, giveaways, après-ski parties, and concerts are all lined up one by one for over a month. “
A complete listing of events, deals and entertainment is available at www.attitash.com/40, which is also where guests can take advantage of the various lift ticket deals within the 40 Days and 40 Nights of Attitash.
40 Days and 40 Nights opening concert by “Five Day 40”
Founder’s Day – the first 400 tickets to be sold for $7.50
Atomic Slopestyle Competition on Thad’s Choice
$40 tickets – reserve online (every Sunday through festivities)
Two ski for $40 – reserve online (every Wednesday through festivities)
Kids ski free Friday (multiple Fridays through festivities)
Learn to ski or ride free – reserve online (every Monday through festivities)
Pepsi Giveaway Thursday (every Thursday through festivities)
Fresh Beer Friday at Ptarmigan’s Pub (every other Friday through festivities)
Bud Light Rail Jam
USSA Mogul Competition on Grandstand
American Red Cross Ski Day
All Star Aerial Show and Hall of Fame Induction
40 Days and 40 Nights closing concert by “Walk The Line”
All Star Aerial ShowThe 40th Anniversary schedule of events is subject to change and guests are urged to visit www.attitash.com/40 for the most current information.