FREE TICKETS TO SEE LEGENDARY EXTREME SKIER DAN EGAN IN THE UK

Legendary American Hall of Fame skier Dan Egan is touring the UK this month and we’ve scored you guys some free tiCKETS!

Dan Egan, the legendary extreme skier who features in 12 of Warren Miller’s ski movies, has announced a short UK tour following his 2021 book launch, 30 Years in a White Haze.

The tour will see Egan visit London, Manchester and Birmingham during October, where he’ll be talking to audiences about some of the incredible experiences he’s had all over the world.

Starting at The National Snow Show at the NEC Birmingham, the tour then rolls on to the Ellis Brigham stores in Manchester and London where you guys can see Dan for free!

Just enter FALLLINE at checkout for your free ticket.

Dan Egan said: “I always look forward to visiting the UK and have spent many years at the ski shows in London. Now travel has opened up again, it felt like a great opportunity to come and share my stories with British skiers who are so passionate about the sport. This winter I’m planning to be back in Europe, running ski clinics in France (Val d’Isère) and Switzerland (Zermatt, Engelberg), so hopefully some of the people that come and see the talk will feel inspired to join me”.

Dates:

Monday October 25, Ellis Brigham, Manchester

Wednesday October 27, Ellis Brigham, Covent Garden, London

USE CODE FALLLINE AT CHECKOUT FOR YOUR FREE TICKET.

More about Dan:

Featured in 12 Warren Miller Entertainment ski films, on the Discovery Channel, ESPN, Good Morning America, in Powder Magazine, and other media outlets, Dan Egan is an award-winning broadcaster and film producer, and a ski legend who continues to teach and share his love of the sport around the globe. Dan and his brother John Egan, as the Egan Brothers, travelled to some of the world’s most remote regions following the geopolitical events of the 1980s and 1990s. They made first descents on the Berlin Wall, skied beside the Persian Gulf War, and organized the 1993 Middle East Peace Ski in Lebanon; the brothers were willing to ski wherever the world would watch and listen.