For one day only, Snowbombing - the greatest show on snow - takes over the Volvo ICE CAMP. On Thursday 8th April 2010, 200 lucky Snowbombers will take a ski lift all the way up the glacier in Kitzsteinhorn, Kaprun, Austria - 2,500 metres above sea level - to be treated to an eclectic and floor-filling two-hour set from Radio 1's Annie Mac with the Volvo ICE CAMP providing a stunning back drop.
Taking over 60 tonnes of ice and 5,000 m3 of snow that took countless man hours to build, the Volvo ICE CAMP comprises of four huge interconnected igloos complete with ice bar, ice lounge and dining area. Amidst artistic illuminations, the new Volvo C30 SportsCoupe in eye-catching orange flame-metallic is on display inside the main igloo to make the ICE CAMP probably the world's highest-elevation car showroom.
Alongside the four-room main igloo, the 5,000 m2 area also consists of seven separate sleeping igloos, a barrel sauna, heated Jacuzzi and ice climbing tower.
200 lucky Snowbombers will spend an exclusive day listening to the finest beats around amidst this glistening glacier. Guests can expect a jump up and down crowd-pleasing mix of everything from electro to dubstep as the queen of the turntables, Annie Mac, gets the party underway.
This incredible opportunity is open to all Snowbombers by an open ballot, but only 200 will be chosen to enjoy the Volvo ICE CAMP Snowbombing experience.
The chosen few will be able to take advantage of a stunning new location to ski and board in with a breathtaking backdrop. A Snowbombing party bus will take winners to and from the Volvo ICE CAMP and they will also enjoy a free blazing barbecue and a couple of cheeky chilling cocktails.
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