10th Annual Squaw Valley Prom
  •  High Fives Non-Profit Foundation and CHARITYSMITH will present the Squaw Valley Prom, on Saturday, Feb. 22 at 8 p.m. The 10th Annual Prom will take place at Squaw Valley’s Olympic House, in Olympic Valley, Calif.

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    The Squaw Valley Prom is poised to be a high-energy, indoors escape from the upcoming fresh snow in the Lake Tahoe region with 1,000 partygoers moving to the energetic sounds of Andy Frasco and the UN as well as four nationally sought-after DJ acts.

    Tickets for the premier High Fives Foundation event of the season will be on sale through Feb. 22 or until they sell out at www.squawvalleyprom.com for $100 per couple and $200 stag (single). Only 1,000 tickets are available!

    This year’s Squaw Valley Prom will feature world-class musical entertainment, a GoPro video light-box, a Bigtruck Headwear “Sew on Site” store, a Bending Branch photo booth as well as drink specials from Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Coors Light and Red Bull.

    Andy Frasco and the UN, whose sound is classified as party blues with a touch of barefoot boogie, will headline the multi-level event. In addition to Andy Frasco Band and the UN, the 10th annual Squaw Valley prom will feature four DJ sets with world-class entertainers wearing the latest KOSS Stereophones. During the event, DJ Chris Clouse and Ryan Lucero, along with special guests DJ Carlo, and The Silver Boombox Thief will all be spinning and bringing the heat to accompany the “Diamond in the Sky” theme. Additionally, High Fives Athlete – Jake Hickman will be laying down the beats as an extra bonus for those in attendance under his stage name DJ Big in Japan.

    To date, the High Fives Foundation has assisted 52 athletes from 17 states in eight respective funding categories which include: living expenses, insurance, travel, health, healing network, adaptive equipment, winter equipment, programs and stoke (positive energy, outlook and attitude). To learn more and support the High Fives Foundation visit www.highfivesfoundation.org. CHARITYSMITH has set up over 100 memorial funds to distribute funds toward scholarships, grants and support community projects across the United States. To learn more visit www.charitysmith.org.

     

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