Legendary Squaw Valley Prom takes it to the next level
Squaw Valley USA and#8212; The High Fives Foundation and Biking for a Better World are pleased to announce world renowned DJ Mike Relm as the headlining act of the 2010 Squaw Valley Prom. San Francisco’s Mike Relm is brought to you by Skullcandy and Porterstahoe.com and will be performing his amazing music and video mash-ups live on The Stoli Sound Stage. His well-known style and unique approach will be joined by local Tahoe favorite, The Silver Boom Box Thief and more special guests to further round out the show.
New for 2010, the Squaw Valley Prom will also be crowning a Prom King and Queen, who will each win a new pair of Volkl skis.
The 2010 Squaw Valley Prom is the first year in which High Fives Non-Profit Foundation and Biking for a Better World have taken over the reigns, bringing on an impressive new level of talent and industry support. Truly, this is a not to be missed and soon to sell out event. Tickets purchased in advance for the Feb. 27 show are highly recommended and will be available online at http://www.squawvalleyprom.com or in The Village at Squaw on the weekend of Feb. 20-21, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All other event and general info can be found at http://www.highfivesfoundation.org. This is a fundraising event which will benefit many local nonprofits and would not be possible without contributions by Squaw Valley USA, Stoli Vodka, Skullcandy, Porters Tahoe, Uno cial Squaw, Volkl, Smith Optics, and Monster Energy.
and#8212; Submitted to the Sun
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