Saturday night like you’ve never known it!
Coronet Peak bids farewell to the phenomenal night ski season with New Zealand’s own Salmonella Dub Sound System performing alongside equally iconic names, King Kapisi & Che Fu (as Hedlok), for one last night ski.
The Sound System’s version of Salmonella Dub makes its debut and signals the welcome back of Salmonella Dub to Queenstown’s Coronet Peak ski field after 10 years.
This free gig from 4 pm – 9 pm promises to be one of Queenstown’s biggest parties of the year, attracting locals as well as keen concert goers from around New Zealand, including those that don’t ski or snowboard.
The concert at the Coronet Peak Base Building is free, but for those that want to get in a last night ski, lift passes are $62.
Party-goers will spend their night in a captivating space where lasers will be projecting out onto the snow, the field will be lit up and the base building deck braziers will be burning.
Nigel Kerr, Coronet Peak Ski Area Manager, says Night Skiing by Coronet Peak is a one-of-a-kind, memorable winter experience.
“It brings together the best in bespoke activities, entertainment and epic sunset skiing.
“We are delighted to host Salmonella Dub Sound System at Coronet Peak and go out with a bang for an event like no other”.
Night ski sessions for 2018 have been running Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays for a total of 32 evenings. The final Night Ski experience will take place 4 pm – 9 pm on 8 September 2018.
Guests can buy a night ski pass for $62 for a few spring laps between sets.