Get your Dopamine fix this Friday

Film featuring top shredders to be show at Stan Hagen Theatre in Courtenay

CHECK OUT SOME insane HD shredding on the big screen this Friday at the Stan Hagen Theatre.

JumpCamp and Blue Toque presents the Vancouver Island premier of Absinthe’s Dopamine on the big screen Friday at the Stan Hagen Theatre in Courtenay.

Get pumped on the start of another wicked snowboard season with Absinthe’s Dopamine.

Dopamine is a naturally occurring chemical in the brain that controls movement and reward. At the core of progressive snowboarding, it is movement and reward that provide a natural motivation for riders to evolve and innovate.

These explorers of mountain and mental landscapes lead the charge, changing the definition of what can be done on a snowboard and changing the guard. From the Yukon, Valhallas, Monashees, Dolomites, and Pyrenees the Absinthe crew proves dopamine is free, but you have to get out there to earn it!

Featuring Victor De Le Rue, Bode Merrill, Brandon Cocard, Jason Robinson, Manuel Diaz, Blair Habenicht, Cale Zima, Nils Arvidsson, Wolfgang Nyvelt, Rusty Ockenden, Mathieu Crepel, Danny Kass, Mat Schär, Sylvain Bourbousson, Forrest Shearer, and Scot Brown.

Bring your buddies, your kids and grandma to soak up some insane HD shredding on the big screen!

Prize giveaways from local sponsors: Ski Tak Hut, Forbidden Snowboards, RK Designs, Adanac, RSDK, PlayNTrade, Epic Board Skins, Onethirtythree, Boardwalk, Comox Valley Boxing Club, JumpCamp and Blue Toque Sports Swap.

Tickets are $10 for this all ages event and can be purchased at Blue Touque Sports Swap, 120B Fifth St. in Courtenay and at the door (if not sold out ). The event is Friday, Dec. 6 at the Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College. Doors open at 7 p.m., movie starts at 7:30 p.m.

For more info call Blue Toque 250-871-0302 and to see the trailer for Dopamine visit www.jumpcamp.com.

See you at the show!

 

– JumpCamp

 

 

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