Photos and Recap From Warren Miller's World Premier of "Ticket To Ride" and Discrete After Party in Salt Lake City

Over the weekend in Salt Lake City skiers flocked by the hundreds to Abravenal Hall to see Warren Miller Entertainment's 64'th annual film called "Ticket To Ride". Fans arrived early to line up and meet Icelantic pro skier and one of the stars in the film Kaylin Richardson. DSC_9435-Photo Courtesy Of: The Public Works/Mike Arzt Screen Shot 2013-10-14 at 10.43.50 AM Kaylin graciously signed autographs and posters for her fans before getting in front of the camera to be interviewed for the news. Screen Shot 2013-10-14 at 10.44.36 AM The Sponsorship village was going off outside the venue and so was the lobby before the show! So much excitement for winter and ski movie stoke, Abravenal Hall was beautiful and full of good energy. DSC_9440 DSC_9445 The place was packed wall to wall with viewers chomping at the bit to see the new movie. DSC_9456Full house!! DSC_9468 The movie was rad, full of amazing skiers and epic locations, very heartfelt, fun and inspiring! Kaylin Richardson had a such an awesome segment with scenes from Norway on her Nomad RKR's Next stop was The Depot a couple blocks away for the official after party show hosted by Icelantic athlete Julian Carr and his company Discrete Headwear Hieroglyphics was the main act and they absolutely killed it! Local music promoter Bobby Sakaki of LIVE NIGHT EVENTS said "Real talk: the most live hip hop show I've seen in Utah all year- including Sundance. The energy was palpable- physically." IMG_2236 IMG_2240 -Photos Courtesy Of: The Public Works/Mike Arzt If you weren't able to be at this event, make sure to check out "Ticket To Ride" when it comes through your town! Click here to find a showing near you --> http://www.skinet.com/warrenmiller/events Here are some trailers to get you hyped if you haven't seen them yet. Get your ticket to ride!! __________________ Blog Coverage By: Scotty VerMerris

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