Win Telegraph Ski Show tickets

13th October 2016, by Abi Butcher

The ski show in London's Battersea Park will feature action on a real snow kicker

The ski show in London's Battersea Park will feature action on a real snow kicker

The Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Show runs from 27-30 October in London and we have a pair of tickets worth £40 to give away.

For the second year running, the show takes place in Battersea Park with live action on a real-snow kicker, a pop-up ice lounge and real ice bar, ice rink, digital gaming zone, kids corner, advice from ski industry experts, destinations, shopping, Alpine street food and much more.

This year snowsport retailer Snow + Rock is returning to the show after a hiatus, and will be offering show visitors free, expert advice on the Gear Genius Bar alongside the Telegraph’s editorial team travel experts on the Travel Genius Bar offering advice for all levels of skier and snowboarder on where to go this year. There will be a France Pavillion and a US Pavillion with resorts to offer advice, along with ski companies and tour operators to tell you more about destinations.

Over Friday and Saturday evenings, a full après-ski scene will go down, helped by the final of Jibworx & Wasteland Ski’s University tour - Downtown Throwdown to the show on Saturday. Fresh from touring the UK’s best university ski clubs, the top athletes from each heat will be sending it, down the rail in a live final.

To win a pair of tickets, worth £40 just following the instructions on this link.

The Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Show is open at the following times:

11am to 7pm Thursday 27 October
10am to 10pm Friday 28 October
10am to 8pm Saturday 29 October
10am to 5pm Sunday 30 October

Tickets cost £20 in advance for adults (including subscription for six issues of the Telegraph Ski & Snowboard magazine, £22 on the door). Family tickets cost £40 in advance (two adults, two children and six-month magazine subscription, £44 on the door), £10 concession/student (£12 on the door), Children 11-16 £8 and children under 11 go free. An après ticket (after 5pm) costs £10.

For more information on what’s on, visit

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