Top snowsport brands including Out House Snow, Snowsport Scotland, Oneskee, MPI Brokers, Butta, Bluebell and Moss, Who Ski, AfterJam, Nothin But Snow and Face Freeze have joined the line-up at The National Snow Show in October 2021 at the NEC in Birmingham. These newly announced exhibitors join a stellar line-up including Ski Club GB, Mountain Trade Network, The Wave, EcoSki, We Are Horizontal, ArcX Technology, Skiers Edge, Out House Snow, Ellie Soutter Foundation, DSUK, DOUK, Trixski, OTP Holidays, Cactus Drink Well, Working for Wildlife and Cathalan Hats.
The National Snow Show is the UK’s only Snow Show and will be a mecca for winter sports enthusiasts providing a comprehensive retail experience, a first-class speaker line-up and interactive features including Rail Jam dry slope, Rider’s Lounge, Shred Stage, Skate Mini Ramp, Alpine Après Bar with live music and a Good Vibes Après Party, all under one roof.
The two-day event, which has seen over 3,000 tickets registered in just one month, will play host to some of the snow scene’s biggest names including Kate Ormerod, Benjamin Alexander, Billy Morgan, Scott Penman, Jamie Barrow, Graham Bell, Jamie Nicholls, Ed Drake and Sir Ranulph Fiennes, who will lead a packed schedule of inspirational and educational talks on the Snow Stage and workshops in the Snow Skills Cabin, providing new and experienced skiers and snowboarders with an armoury of information and advice to get started or advance in their chosen winter sport.
The Show, which is expected to play host to over 10,000 winter sport enthusiasts, will give visitors access to over 140 brands helping kit shoppers out with the right gear for the winter season ahead. As well as the latest gear and kit, resorts, destinations, and tour operators will be on site to help plan, offer advice and book the perfect winter adventure.
Not just aimed at people already involved in the snow scene, the Show will provide an opportunity for those interested to get a taste for snowsports through a series of workshops, skills sessions, dry slope sessions, as well as a mini league for university students to pitch their skills against each other to be in with a chance to win £500 to spend at the show.