High Fives Athlete Jake Hickman (aka DJ Big in Japan) is set to bring the funk as one of the many amazing musical acts at the 2014 Squaw Valley Prom this Saturday!
About Jake Hickman: The reigning J2 National Champion, Jake was injured on December 22, 2011 at Steamboat Springs, CO at the US National Team Selections, when he caught an edge before one of the jumps. When he was taken to the hospital and found out that he was temporarily paralyzed from the T8 level down, he used it as motivation to work harder than ever. Jake’s US Ski Team dreams were within grasp, and he plans on working his way back to that level, and with his work ethic the sky is the limit.
Don’t miss out on the party of the year! Just 100 tickets remain for the 2014 Squaw Valley Prom presented by High Fives Non-Profit Foundation and CHARITYSMITH.
Get your tickets before they sell out at squawvalleyprom.com for the event on Saturday, February 22, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. The 10th Annual Prom will take place at Squaw Valley’s Olympic House, in Olympic Valley, Calif. with doors opening at 8:00 PM.
The Squaw Valley Prom is poised to be a high-energy, indoors escape from the upcoming fresh snow in the Lake Tahoe region with 1,000 partygoers moving to the energetic sounds of Andy Frasco and the UN as well as four nationally sought-after DJ acts.
The excitement is building as the greatest Squaw Valley Prom music line-up to date is poised to take over the famed Olympic House while treating Prom attendees to an entertaining night that won’t be forgotten. The GoPro stage (located at the Plaza Bar) will feature three fantastic DJ’s. High Fives Athlete Jake Hickman will open the evening as DJ Big in Japan followed by the smooth sounds of DJ Carlo, with Chris Clouse with Ryan Lucero bringing the dance vibe to close the night. On the KOSS stage (located in Bar One) Mary Poppin’s and The Silver Boombox will get everyone moving for Andy Frasco and the UN (whose sound is classified as party blues with a touch of barefoot boogie)!
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