BREATHE IN AT COPPER – A RIDING AND MUSIC FESTIVAL FUNDRAISER FOR A CYSTIC FIBROSIS CURE
Copper Mountain, CO…March 17, 2010…Make a difference by elevating awareness and raising money in support of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation at Breathe In at Copper, Saturday, March 20 in the Village at Copper. In addition to a day of world-class riding, Breathe In will feature live music from Eliot Lipp, The Motet and The Pimps of Joytime from Noon – 6 p.m. For a $30 donation, guests can enjoy VIP access to the stage, free beer from Coors and an event t-shirt. Don’t miss the after party in the Copper Conference Center with live music by JWail and Octopus Nebula – the nighttime shows are free with the $30 donation or $10 at the door.
Saturday, March 20 Music Line-Up – Burning Stones Plaza
Noon Pimps of Joytime
2 p.m. The Motet
4 p.m. Eliot Lipp
Saturday, March 20 After Party Line-Up – Copper Conference Center
6 p.m. Tickets on sale at the door – $10 (cash only) or FREE with $30 donation
6:30 p.m. Doors open
7 p.m. JWail
8:15 p.m. Octopus Nebula
The groundbreaking electronica styling and dance floor shaking beats of Eliot Lipp will headline the festival stage in the afternoon on Saturday, March 20. In support, Boulder’s own The Motet will showcase their improvisational, Afro/Latin oriented grooves and The Pimps of Joytime will open things up with a progressive blend of multi-ethnic funk in the afternoon sun.
Tickets to Breathe In are $30, with 100% of the proceeds benefitting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Colorado chapter, and include an event t-shirt and free beer from Coors. Plus, buy your tickets online and receive a fundraising packet in the mail that will help you cover the cost of your admission with donations from your friends and family! Put your lungs and legs to the test at Breathe In to help those affected with this chronic lung disease. Please help fight this disease by making a donation today, as all donations are tax deductable.
New to the event is the Breathe In after party in the Copper Conference Center. The official after party is FREE with your daytime festival admission, or just $10 at the door, which is located in the Copper Conference Center. Octopus Nebula and JWail will lead the dance party into the night with their signature blends of live electronica.
Octopus Nebula (or O-Neb) creates deep, multi-layered, psychedelic grooves, as well as making a conscious effort to avoid the standard musical forms that have been exploited by so many other bands. O-Neb embraces many genres of music, conveying the essence of all without being a literal interpretation of any. www.octopusnebulaband.com
JWail rises to the call of the sonic traffic controller, poised behind a palette of electronic devices with his Telecaster in hand. The dance floor becomes the launch pad where he fuses live instrumentation with organic electronica propelling mind, soul and booty into the upper stratosphere of sound. www.jwail.com
Enjoy all the festivities of Breathe In and don’t worry about heading home afterwards. Celebrate the ‘First Day of Spring’ with a Lodging Package of the same name at Copper, where you buy one night and we will give you the second night at 50% OFF, starting at $78 per person, per night. This package is available March 19-21 and is based on dual occupancy in a Silver standard room. Other restrictions may apply. Log onto www.coppercolorado.com or just call a Copper Vacation Specialist at 866-534-7444 to make it happen.
While at Copper during Breathe In, make sure to pick up your season pass for next season. The popular Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus is back for another year at an astounding value with unlimited skiing and riding at Copper Mountain and Winter Park/Mary Jane, plus six unrestricted days at Steamboat, for only $409. This introductory price is guaranteed only through April 5, so skiers and riders are encouraged to take advantage of these incredible savings now. In addition, Copper-only season passes are also on sale for only $359, with no money down until mid-June. Visit www.skicolorado.com for more details.
Cystic Fibrosis is a hereditary chronic disease that affects the lungs and digestive system of about 30,000 children and adults in the United States (70,000 worldwide). A defective gene and its protein product cause the body to produce unusually thick, sticky mucus that clogs the lungs and leads to life-threatening lung infections, obstructs the pancreas, and stops natural enzymes from helping the body break down and absorb food. For more info, please visit www.cff.org.
For more info about Breathe In, including tickets, artist & event info, and much more visit www.BreatheIn.org.