1,000 partygoers are set to heat things up in the 1990’s Spring Break themed 9th annual Squaw Valley Prom this Saturday, February 23. The event is presented by High Fives Non-Profit Foundation, which supports athletes who have suffered a life-altering injury while pursuing their dreams in winter action sports. The Prom is also presented by CHARITYSMITH, which supports the National Society of Memorial Funds.
The Squaw Valley Prom will feature world-class entertainment, including DJ sets from headliners DJ Chris Clouse and Ryan Lucero along with special guests Carlo and The Silver Boombox Thief. The Prom will also feature a GoPro video light-box, a bigtruck Headwear “Sew on Site” store, an Image Factory photo booth, and a costume contest for the best-dressed Spring Breaker.
However, if you want to fly solo it’s going to cost you as tickets for people going stag are $200 with a discount for couples at $100.
The event has had tremendous success over the past eight years and this year is set to be even better. Prom goers can also support the High Fives Foundation through bidding on a Custom Gibson Les Paul Guitar.
If you’re looking for something to do this Saturday after shredding the slopes, why not go back to the prom because I’m sure it’s a night you’ve always wanted to relive.