Neon Indian

Splash into Spring at Mammoth

 Mammoth Lakes, Calif.— Well known as one of the world's top destinations for spring skiing/riding, Mammoth Mountain is kicking off the spring season April 21-22 with a huge line-up of events, activities and deals.

The Annual SpringFest Party Pond Skim returns Saturday, April 22. Join the crowds as they fill up Canyon Lodge to watch the craziest of our Mammoth guests straight line it on their skis/snowboards across the 110-foot pond! It’s one of the most entertaining events you’ll see all Spring! Come watch, or why not give it a shot?! The Pond Skim is open to the public.

Sunday night, don't miss Neon Indian at Hyde Lounge with frontman Alan Palomo's spacey chillwave synth-pop style. Palomo’s music has received rave reviews across the board since he first burst onto the scene a few years ago. His band’s debut, Psychic Chasms, was awarded Best New Music by Pitchfork Media, and Rolling Stone named them one of 2010’s hottest new bands.

To take advantage of the great spring conditions, Mammoth is offering special packages starting at $84 for 2 day lift tickets and free entry to Sunday's Neon Indian concert.  For more info and other packages visit

For more information and the latest conditions visit or call 800.MAMMOTH.

About Mammoth Mountain

Mammoth Mountain Ski Area is the leading four-season mountain resort in California. With 1.3 million annual skier visits, Mammoth Mountain is currently the third most frequented ski resort in the United States. The company owns and operates a variety of resort businesses including recreation, hospitality, real estate development, food and beverage and retail. Specific businesses owned and operated by Mammoth Mountain include Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, June Mountain, Tamarack Lodge and Resort, Mammoth Snowmobile Adventures, Mammoth Mountain Bike Park and the Mammoth Mountain Inn. Mammoth Mountain also operates Juniper Springs Resort, the Village Lodge and Sierra Star Golf Course in Mammoth Lakes, California. For more information on Mammoth Mountain, visit or call 800.MAMMOTH.