When and where is the event being held?
The 2014 Outlaw Snowdown will be held in The Village at Mammoth Mountain in Mammoth Lakes, California on March 28+29, 2014.
How much are tickets?
We will be selling a limited number of Early Bird passes for the two-day festival for $60. Once those are gone, the same wristband will run you $75. Space-permitting, we will be selling single-night admission at the door for $40. Please note, there is an extremely high likelihood that this event will sell out. If you want to ensure admission, buy that ish now.
Where can I buy tickets?
You’ll be able to buy Outlaw Snowdown-only wristbands from this site once they go on sale. Packages will be available on Mammoth Mountain’s site.
Is there a package with lodging included available?
Yes! Mammoth is hooking it up and will be offering a package with discounted lodging and lift passes for the weekend (and the following week if you want to stay longer).
What if there’s a snow storm… will the event be cancelled?
The Outlaw Snowdown is a snow or shine event… in fact, we’ll be doing a snow dance daily in the lead up to the festival. Allow yourself plenty of travel time, get here and then cross your fingers you get snowed in and have to call in “stuck” to work the next week!
How do I get to Mammoth Mountain?
You can drive or fly… more info here.
Is the show all ages?
Nope! The 2014 Outlaw Snowdown is for folks of legal drinking age in Los Estados Unidos… in other words – 21-over only.
I’m a journalist, are there media passes available?
Why yes… email email@example.com about media passes.
Can I sign up to receive updates on Outlaw Snowdown from Buckwild Productions?
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Wait a second, I thought Outlaw Snowdown was held in Pagosa Springs, Colorado?
It was in 2012 and 2013 and may very well be again in the future… but the Outlaw Train is runnin’ off the tracks in California this year!