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Tickets now on sale for the all new Ski and Snowboard Show

The Ski and Snowboard Show descends on London’s Olympia between 20th - 24th October and will be packed full of new and interactive winter sports features. This year the revamped show returns with two exciting new partners ready to hit the slopes - The Independent and The Evening Standard.

ALL NEW – Land Rover Mountain Theatre: Sir Ranulph Fiennes tops the bill in a series of awe-inspiring seminars in the brand new Land Rover Mountain Theatre*. In addition to talks from the world’s most daring explorer, a host of winter sports enthusiasts and outdoor pursuit legends will take to the stage to relive their most challenging alpine achievements.

ALL NEW – Land Rover Ice Driving Experience: Bringing motoring to the mountains, the exhilarating Land Rover Ice Driving Experience offers visitors the chance to test out the handling of these 4x4 vehicles over a variety of terrains, including a purpose-built 30m ice road outside the show! The experience also provides the opportunity to navigate a ‘Terrapod’ at different heights, angles and gradients.

ALL NEW – Aosta Valley VIP Lounge: 500 VIP tickets will be on sale entitling visitors with access to the Aosta Valley VIP Lounge where you can sample delicious food and drink from the mountain region, claim a reserved front row seat to the Land Rover Mountain Theatre and leave with a bag stuffed with winter sports goodies.

The Best of the Rest:

  • Trespass 50ft Competition Kicker hosts the London Ride and British Snow Tour Invitational Championship with Europe’s finest set to catch some serious big air
  • Land Rover Fashion Show & Brand Arena showcasing the hottest snowsports attire for the 2010 winter season
  • Les 3 Vallees Resort Bar and Whistler Apres Ski Bar will provide the best post work atmosphere in London with live acoustic music and mini chef’s kitchen
  • Natives Jobs Fair is the ideal place to get inspiration and information to help make that life changing decision
  • Destination Quebec Husky Lodge returns with the tastiest maple taffy and our furry friends the husky dogs – don’t leave without a picture!


Opening Times

Wednesday 20th October 11am – 9pm

Thursday 21st October 11am – 9pm

Friday 22nd October 11am – 9pm

Saturday 23rd October 10am - 8pm

Sunday 24th October 10am – 6pm

Ticket Prices



Weekday Advance

Weekday Onsite

Adult

£9

£12

Student

£7

£8.50

Senior

£6

£7

11-16 yrs

£4

£5

Under 11

FREE

FREE

VIP Ticket***

£42

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Weekend Advance

Weekend Onsite

Adult

£13

£16

Student

n/a

n/a

Senior

£7.50

£8.50

11-16 yrs

£6

£7

Under 11

FREE

FREE

VIP Ticket***

£47

-



* Sir Ranulph Fiennes will only be appearing at the show on Friday 22nd October. Additional speakers for the Mountain Theatre are still to be announced. All talks will be ticketed and are priced at £5. Seats are limited so advanced booking is advisable.

** Pro tuition on the Jib Rail is open to visitors aged 16+. Equipment including a snowboard/skis, boots, bindings and safety gear will be provided.

*** £42 Weekday VIP Ticket includes:

  • Weekday entry to the show
  • Entry to the Aosta Valley VIP Lounge
  • Free taster menu inspired by star chefs, along with an Italian tipple.
  • Reserved seating in the Land Rover Mountain Theatre to 1 x speaker session
  • Cloakroom facilities
  • + Winter sports goodie Bag including
  • Salomon Lord Rucksack RRP £70.00
  • Smartwool socks RRP £19.95
  • Four-issue subscription the Daily Mail Ski & Snowboard Magazine RRP £15.96

*** £47 Weekend VIP ticket includes:

  • Weekend entry to the show
  • Entry to the Aosta Valley VIP Lounge
  • Free taster menu inspired by star chefs, along with an Italian tipple.
  • Reserved seating in the Land Rover Mountain Theatre to 1 x speaker session
  • Cloakroom facilities
  • + Winter sports goodie Bag including
  • Salomon Lord Rucksack RRP £70.00
  • Smartwool socks RRP £19.95
  • 4 issue subscription the Daily Mail Ski & Snowboard Magazine RRP £15.96

VIP Tickets with goodie bag are limited to first 500 visitors. Salomon rucksacks are limited to first 150, alternative bags of the same value will then be on offer.

For more information or to book tickets visit www.metrosnow.co.uk

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