Final Warren Miller film showing Saturday at Lake Tahoe

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Matt Elliot finds plenty of air at Canada's Kicking Horse Resort for the Warren Miller film "Here, There and Everywhere."
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If you go

What: “Here, There & Everywhere” showing, Mandolin Orange concert

When: Starts at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10

Where: Squaw Valley Conference Center, OVL

Tickets: Advance tickets are available at Dave’s Skis & Boards (Truckee, Squaw Valley, Tahoe City, Kings Beach) or online at Seating is limited so get your tickets in advance.

OLYMPIC VALLEY, Calif. — Warren Miller’s Lake Tahoe premiere of “Here There & Everywhere” wraps this weekend with a special combo event with Mandolin Orange.

Miller’s ski and snowboard film is the largest action sports film on the planet and features Squaw Valley in this year’s feature film.

Mandolin Orange is the band that scored the music for this local segment and will be playing a concert following the showing.

Mandolin Orange is described as “laced with bluegrass, country and folk — is often wistful and contemplative without being somber, and always firmly grounded in the South,” WNYC Soundcheck.

“Here, There & Everywhere,” Miller’s 67th film, brings the thrill of action snowsports to enthusiasts everywhere, as the world’s most accomplished skiers and snowboarders scour the globe for untracked powder and the pursuit of adventure.

Narration by Olympic gold medalist Jonny Moseley and on-screen interviews with the legendary Warren Miller deliver the nostalgia of skiing’s roots and a zeal for discovering new terrain.

Venture with world-renowned athletes JT Holmes, Jeremy Jones, Seth Wescott, Jess McMillan, Ingrid Backstrom, Marcus Caston, Wendy Fisher, Tyler Ceccanti, Kaylin Richardson and others as they push the boundaries of their talent on snowcapped peaks, vast glaciers and towering, big-air jumps.

This article was provided on behalf of Warren Miller Entertainment.

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