KHMR hosts Sun Splash to mark end of season

The next two weekends will be filled with spring skiing fun at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort’s fifth annual Sun Splash Funk Fest.

The next two weekends will be filled with spring skiing fun at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort’s fifth annual Sun Splash Funk Fest.

Sun Splash combines some classic signature ski resort events like the Dummy Downhill and Slush Cup, all with a unique Kicking Horse twist.

All the festivities will be complimented with great live funk tunes on the patios around the Village.

Kicking Horse is asking the more groovy skiers and snowboarders to hit the slopes and showing off their retro funk by busting out some old school ski wear.

The event spans two weekends, March 30 and 31, and April 6 and 7. On April 7, Kicking Horse is pleased to announce Rah Rah and Two Hours Traffic will hit the stage for a free show.

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