Construction on the 2015 Red Tail World Championships Stadium in Beaver Creek is underway and progressing well, thanks to a cooperative Mother Nature for most of September. The build out of the Red Tail complex, which includes the stadium tribune, International Broadcast Center and two hospitality structures, got underway September 1, with the majority of the spaces anticipated to be complete and useable during the December Audi FIS Birds of Prey Men’s World Cup.
The Red Tail Stadium will feature seating and standing for approximately 8,800 race fans below the finish line, both within the tribune and designated spectator viewing areas on both sides of the finish. Access to both the Red Tail Stadium and Vail’s Golden Peak Stadium for all World Championships races is free for all race fans.
The 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Vail and Beaver Creek are scheduled from February 2-15. The event is expected to showcase athletes from over 70 nations, along with an onsite media and broadcast entourage of approximately 1,500 members. An international television audience approaching 750 million people will watch the two weeks of racing and festivities.
Vail Resorts, the leading mountain resort operator in the United States, operate the mountain resorts of Vail and Beaver Creek in Colorado.
Buckle up for another exciting and entertaining introduction to winter as the new Warren Miller movie, “No Turning Back”, will celebrate its premier showing October 18 in Salt Lake City. The movie will feature a 10-minute 2015 World Championships preview segment, shot on location in Vail and Beaver Creek during the 2013 World Cup test events.In addition to the Utah swing, the movie tour will also include dates in Portland, Oregon (October 24); Seattle, Washington (November 21-22); Denver, Colorado (November 20-22); Boston, Massachusetts (November 15); Los Angeles, California (December 10) and San Francisco, California (November 5-6). The movie will visit the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek on November 28-29.