IZSTYLE Winter Tour Set to Rock Waterville Valley on April 4 & 5

By AlpineZone News |
Mar 24 2009 - 08:46 PM

WATERVILLE VALLEY, new Hampshire — The IZSTYLE Winter Tour travels nationally during the ski season featuring concerts and activities aimed at raising awareness of alternative and renewable energy sources. The tour stops at Waterville Valley, New Hampshire the first weekend in April with the Reverb Eco Village and Saturday night concert featuring Eve 6, Pete Kilpatrick Band, and the Rustic Overtones, part of the Bud Light Concert Series.

Reverb Eco Village

The Reverb Eco Village brings together local, regional, and national environmental non-profit groups to educate skiers and snowboarders on steps they can take to reduce their environmental footprints. The Village presents all-natural & organic food sampling from Stonyfield Farm, Bear Naked Granola, Honest Tea, and Clif Bar as well as ski & snowboard demos. The Reverb Eco-Village is happening both Saturday and Sunday with prizes and giveaways awarded throughout both days. Reverb is a non-profit organization founded by environmentalist Lauren Sullivan and her musician husband, Guster guitarist/vocalist Adam Gardner.

Eve 6 , the Southern California trio (guitar/bass/drums) famous for the hits “Inside Out” and “Here’s to the Night,” is one of three bands slated for Saturday night, part of the Bud Light Concert Series. The two opening acts include the Pete Kilpatrick Band with their amazing vocals and Rustic Overtones , a seven piece, horn-powered rock band who recently released “Light at the End”. All three bands will perform under the tent at the base of the Waterville Valley ski area. This is a 18+ show and doors open at 7:00 pm with Pete Kilpatrick on stage at 7:30 pm followed by the Rustic Overtones at 8:30 pm and Eve 6 at 9:45 pm. Tickets in advance are $20 general admission/$15 for college students and $25 day of the show general admission/$20 for college students and can be purchased online at waterville.com, at the Waterville Valley Ticket Office or by calling 1-800-468-2553.