LivingSocial Ticket Holders:
In order to redeem your ticket, please print your voucher and bring it to event registration located in the Armory (aka the Center House) at Seattle Center. Registration is open from noon until 4:30pm.
Sold Out - Unfortunately we've had to close ticket sales because we're limited in the number of people we can safely fit into Seattle Center's Next 50 Plaza. However, with more than 6,000 people registered, we're on track to break the Guinness World Record for the World's Largest Snowball Fight.
No more tickets will be available. Please listen to Movin 92.5 and follow our facebook page for your chance to win a pair of tickets.
Snow Fort Competition - Any ticket holder is welcome to come early and play in the snow but teams participating in the snow fort competition have raised at least $1,000 for the Boys and Girls Clubs of King County. Snow fort participants will receive ten free tickets, Snow Day shirts, a massive amount of snow and prizes if they win! If you're interested in participating please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EXPECT LOTS OF SNOW
162,000 lbs. of snow to be exact, enough to fill 34 dump trucks.
EXPECT LOTS OF FRIENDS
6,000 people building forts and participating in the world record.
EXPECT LOTS OF PUBS
12 bars and pubs in lower Queen Anne will be offering discounted Snow Day drink and food specials. Click here and visit "Pub Crawl" for the complete bar listing
EXPECT LOTS OF FUN
This is a unique opportunity to celebrate the magic of a snow day with fellow snow lovers. As a community, let's make this a safe and magical experience for all those in attendance.
SCHEDULE OF FESTIVITIES
12:00pm - 4:30pm Registration in the Armory (aka the Center House)
1:00pm -- Snow Fort and Snow Castle competition begins
4:30pm -- Snow Fort and Snow Castle winners announced
5:00pm -- World's largest snowball fight
5:30pm -- Guinness World Record presentation
6:00pm -- Pub crawl and war stories!
SNOW DAY RULES
1. All participants must be 18 years or older
2. No snow propulsion devices of any kind
3. No head shots. If you have bad aim, aim lower
4. No physical contact
5. Snow goggles are HIGHLY recommended (i.e. ski, snowboard, swim, safety goggles)
Eye lacerations are the number one cause of injury during snowball fights.
6. Be safe and have fun!
Photo ID and a printed ticket will be required for entry.
Thank you for supporting the Boys and Girls Clubs of King County!
More information at SNOW.CO
When & Where
FRIENDS OF THE SNOW
We're a conglomerate of Snowmen, Snow Ladies, Elves, Frost Giants, and Yetis who have gathered to spread holiday cheer through a mutual love of snow, humans, music, beer, and silliness. Our Board of Advisers includes Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, Frosty the Snowman, Cupid, Old Man Winter, Saint Patrick, and Chevy Chase.