Teton Gravity Reseach's Stoke the Fire Premiere

Get ready, Bozeman! TGR is returning to the Emerson Center for the winter kick-off party of the year. Join us to get hyped for winter with our new feature length ski and snowboard film, Stoke The Fire.

TWO NIGHTS THIS YEAR - Friday, Sept 24 & Saturday, Sept 25. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 day of show (only $10 for ages 16 & under.)

Whether you choose to come to the family-friendly early show or to get rowdy at the late show, it’s sure to be a great night. As always, there will be athlete appearances and a ton of prize giveaways from our partners at Sierra Nevada, YETI, Tincup Whiskey, The North Face, Atomic, Volkl and others! Plus, everyone in attendance will have a shot at the tour grand prizes, including a trip to our hometown Jackson Hole Mountain Resort; this is your chance to kick-off winter and see Stoke The Fire on the big-screen!


Early show, Friday 9/24 - bit.ly/boze-stf-fri-ea

Late show, Friday 9/24 - bit.ly/boze-stf-fri-la

Early show, Saturday 9/25 - bit.ly/boze-stf-sat-ea

Late show, Saturday 9/25 - bit.ly/boze-stf-sat-la

About the film: TGR’s 26th annual film release “Stoke The Fire” explores our athlete’s evolution within skiing and the pure joy that stems from that process. Stoke manifests itself in different ways - for many it comes from committing to a new world, a lifestyle, and the friendships that blossom from that commitment. The choice to enter this world is a spark, and with every new experience the fire grows. With more knowledge comes more exploration, both physically and mentally, that helps us to reignite and keep that stoke burning; to drive us to push further and further into our exploration with nature and the limits of our own abilities. While the answers we find are different for everyone, the pursuit of this evolution is something sacred, the pursuit is what stokes the fire.

Calendar   Community Events
Location Emerson Cetner for the Arts & Culture
Date Friday, September 24, 2021 at 6:30pm - 11:00pm
Duration   4h 30m
Repeats? No