Michigan to Colorado: ZAprès Events Blend Skiing with Cannabis Culture

February 7th, 2024 Events & Conferences Ryan Spegal
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Update from the event organizer: It is with great sadness that we are having to cancel our Mount Bohemia ZApres Day. Due to the lack of snow and record low snowpack, we had to make this decision. Over next 10 days, the temperature is supposed to be above freezing and there is no snow in sight. The snow is quickly disappearing. We will be refunding all of the tickets that were purchased for the event.


ZAprès Events, founded by long-time cannabis industry insider Jamie Cooper, is launching a series of four events that blend skiing and cannabis culture. The first two events will take place in Michigan, followed by two more in Colorado.

Jamie Cooper, Founder and Owner of ZAprès Events, expressed excitement about combining snow sports with the emerging cannabis culture. "Our goal is to bring the cannabis industry and community together, fostering connections and friendships in an enjoyable and relaxed environment," said Cooper.

The festivities will commence on February 5th at Highlands at Harbor Springs in Michigan, followed by another event on February 8th at Mount Bohemia. The Colorado events are scheduled for April 3rd at Keystone Ski Resort and April 4th at Cooper Mountain Ski Resort. Participants must be 21 or older to attend.

ZAprès Events will be hosted separately from the ski areas to ensure a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Each day from 5 – 8 pm, attendees will have the opportunity to connect with other cannabis brands and enthusiasts. This unique social community experience aims to create lasting memories and bonds.

To attend ZAprès Events, participants must purchase their lift tickets for the respective ski resorts. After a day of skiing or snowboarding, attendees can join the nearby ZAprès Parties for $50, which includes food, beverages, and a goodie bag with commemorative and promotional items. These events offer a platform for industry professionals and newcomers to network, learn, and share experiences.

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