iN PHOTOS: Snowbombing takes Sun Peaks by storm
Ludacris performs on April 9 at Snowbombing 2017 held in Sun Peaks.
(ASHLEY LEGASSIC / iNFOnews.ca)
April 10, 2017 - 1:00 PM
SUN PEAKS - Thousands of people headed to Sun Peaks over the past five days for the Snowbombing 2017 music festival.
This year marks the first time Snowbombing has been held on North American turf, but it has gained popularity in Europe over the years.
Sun Peaks estimated around 4,000 guests would convene in the ski resort from April 6 to April 10 to hear headliners like Ludacris and Kaskade play intimate shows.
While the festival officially wraps up today, April 10, here's a selection of photos capturing the music and sport events from the weekend.
Apart from the music, there were snow sports as well.
One of the more popular events was the Slush Cup, which saw participants from the crowd ski or snowboard off a jump into a pool of water, gaining points for style, creativty and distance.
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