(file photo: Cranmore Mountain Resort)

Cranmore to Host Spring Break “Sun N Snow Fest” March 5-9

North Conway, NH – New Hampshire’s Cranmore Mountain ski resort in North Conway, in partnership with Pirate! Promotions will offer college students the first ever Sun N Snow Fest next month. The event will feature special deals for college students including $25 lift tickets and live music from popular Boston acts playing outdoors on the deck at the base of Cranmore every day from March 5-9th.

Musicians scheduled to play that week include Leo Blais, Bill Cameron, Will Dailey, Mean Creek and Spirit Kid. Blais, Dailey and Spirit Kid will also play an evening set at Hillbilly’s Southern BBQ in North Conway. In addition to the live music, the event will feature giveaways, demos & deals from RAMP, Vita Coco, Liftopia.com, The North Conway Music Shop, Three Rivers Whitewater Rafting, Skydive New England and The White Mountain Cupcakery.

(photo: Cranmore Mountain Resort)
(photo: Cranmore Mountain Resort)

Skiing at Cranmore Mountain cost less than half price, only $25 a day Monday through Friday in March for those with a college ID. Additionally ski and snowboard rentals will be available for  $19 per day. Lift tickets may be purchased in advance online at www.Cranmore.com.

Two area hotels are offering exclusive deals for college students attending the event and mentioning Sun N Snow Fest. Hampton Inn & Suites North Conway is offering a $69 rate for the entire month of March, Monday to Thursday, to anyone with a college ID. That rate includes a hot buffet breakfast and unlimited use of their  indoor water park. Reference Sun n Snow Fest when calling reservations at (603) 356-7736.  Cheaper still, the Yankee Clipper Inn is extending a discount rate of $59 double occupancy to all college students attending the Sun n’ Snow Fest. This offer is valid with a college ID, Sunday through Thursday nights for the month of March and will include the breakfast special at The Blueberry Muffin. For reservations call (603) 356-5736.

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