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Warren Miller 2019 | Timeless

Winter is coming and it’s movie time!

The only constant is change, but winter stoke is eternal. After seven decades of celebrating skiing and snowboarding, Warren Miller Entertainment can confirm that nothing compares to the anticipation of another season in the mountains.

Come kick off winter with Warren Miller’s 70th film, Timeless, presented by Volkswagen, and adventure from the slopes of the Rockies to the rooftops of the Alps alongside top athletes, including Washington locals Tyler Ceccanti and Morgan Hebert. All moviegoers will receive discounts on lift tickets, gear, swag, and more. It’s more than a ski and snowboard film, it’s an experience, 70 years in the making.

Tacoma at the Pantages.

$25.50 Reserved Seating. Purchase your tickets at Ski Mart in Tacoma.

  • Friday, Nov 8th at 6:30 and 9:30

Bellevue at The Meydenbauer Center

$24 General Admission. Purchase your tickets at Sturtevant’s.

  • Friday, Nov 15th,  6:30 and 9:30
  • Saturday, Nov 16th 3pm and 6pm

Seattle at McCaw Hall

$26 Reserved Seating. Purchase your tickets at Sturtevant’s.

Friday, Nov 22nd at 7:30

Saturday, Nov 23rd at 7:30

Kirkland Performance Center

$24 General Admission. Purchase your tickets at Sturtevant’s.

  • Tuesday, Nov 26th at 7:30

Warren Miller would be celebrating his 94th birthday on October 15th, 2019.

“People remember their first day on skis because it comes as such a mental rush,” Warren continued. “When you come down the mountain from your first time on skis, you are a different person. I had just now experienced that feeling, if only for half a minute; it was step one in the direction I would follow the rest of my life.” from WarrenMiller.org