Forum’s Vacation Premiere at Summit Music Hall in Denver

On Thursday October 20th, Forum’s Video Premiere Tour rolled in to Denver with a special showing of this year’s Forum movie, Vacation, at Summit Music Hall. Upon entering the venue, the beautiful grass-skirted ladies handed people entering a pair of sunglasses and leis so everyone could get a little taste of hiatus before making their way in. Satellite’s skate movie and their snowboard movie, Ride With Us hyped up the crowd before Vacation’s showing, and it was overall a great turnout for the love of shred.

During the premiere, the party kept on truckin’ with autograph signings by none other than Forum riders Stevie Bell, Cameron Pierce, Jake Welch and Austen Sweetin themselves. There were also plenty of drink specials, tons of prize giveaways, and great vibes to go around. Be sure to check out our gallery of photos from the event, with special thanks to Jeffrey Nass.

If you were not able to make it to this epic premiere, you really missed out. Luckily, shred shops nation-wide have your back and you can pick up your own copy of Vacation, or download it via iTunes

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