Air & Style Comes to Los Angeles Feb 21, 2014

Shaun White’s Air+Style is a 2-day action sports competition and music concert featuring 18 bands on 3 stages, and 32 of the world’s best snowboarders and freeskiers competing on a 16-story jump. The event will be held in the park grounds surrounding the Rose Bowl stadium with real snow.

Saturday Feb 21 lineup includes Kendrick Lamar, Diplo, Portugal. The Man, Phantogram, The Black Lips, Metz, Bad Things and Teenage Wrist. Plus 16 Olympic and X Games snowboarders competing for Gold such as Mark McMorris, Sage Kotsenburg, and more.

Sunday Feb 22 lineup includes Steve Aoki, The Flaming Lips, Edward Sharpe and Magnetic Zeros, Sleigh Bells, Cults, Deap Vally, Surfer Blood, The Black & The White, Tennis System. Plus 16 of the world’s best freestyle skiers battle it out on the Big Air jump like Olympic Gold Medalist Joss Christensen, Bobby Brown, and more.

Visit Air-Style.com for more information.

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1 thought on “Air & Style Comes to Los Angeles Feb 21, 2014

  1. Familia

    Dr. Gaffney should have stuck to his roots intsaed of playing Jedi mind tricks on people. That guy has hucked his ass off and made some money in the process. I agree it is an elite competitive environment that encourages progression, but please don’t try to convince me that everyone of those athletes doesn’t wants to be at the top of that run. We are addicts, and anyone who wants to compare skiing to meth or crack hopefully will move to the city and fulfill their life with that hobby. I ski everyday I can and don’t feel the need to justify that to anyone; it is what makes me happy, like really happy! I also don’t need any more rules; those are for you city slickers who blow through OUR gates without any gear or even a consideration for the warnings posted on them. Rules don’t govern the mountains despite all your efforts to tame them. If you live in a mountain town then you understand that people die in the mountains. If you don’t I’m sure they intimidate you with danger and misunderstanding. We are a often classified as poor skids but I assure you we live rich lives. That is the root of it all, our culture. I ski at Jackson and have the opportunity to kill myself any day of the week but I generally try to make decisions that will protect my lively-hood and health. I imagine the athletes at Squaw have the same intent. I hope I do not die in the peaks but if that is what happens so be it. I am confident though that if that is the way I went, many friends and family would be there to celebrate my life. I have a lot of them and I ski with them all the time. RIP Shane, CR, Sara, Big Wally, and the rest of the fallen heros!To the haters, I hope you learn to F#$% OFF

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