With all the hype and hoopla surrounding the grand scale "The Art Of FLIGHT" Premiere in New York City last week, Videograss decided to keep it a little more homegrown with a low key snowboard movie showing in NYC's historic Lower East Side. The free, no-expensive-ticket-needed affair was held at The Draft Bar on Ludlow St., and came complete with a $1000 bar tab courtesy of Videograss and Vans. The Big City's snowboard fanatics came out in force to check out Videograss' new movies, "Retrospect" and "Shoot The Moon" while swilling back some brews and hanging out with fellow shredders. Vans team riders Darrell Mathes and Hana Beaman were on hand to welcome the rowdy crowd and VG filmer Gary Milton hosted friends and family alike. The movies were great, the drinks were cold and everyone who showed up had a great time celebrating the start of the season. Check out the photos from the night and check out vgsnow.com to find out when the tour hits your city.
Darrell Mathes and Matty Ryan.
The Draft Bar is a sick spot to watch movies with tons of screens.
Videograss blonde fan club.
The audience was pumped!
Darrell has a solid part.
The VG crew and friends had a screening room in the back.
There was not a bad seat in the house.
Hana Beaman, stuntman David Pope and Darrell Mathes.
Nobody methods like Marben.
Girls like snowboarding.
The place was packed with shred heads.
Zac Marben doesn't just ride rails.
More stoked viewers.
Maggie, Darrell and Pancho.
Darrell getting some.
Filmmaker Joe Carlino's Mom and Dad.
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Thank You New York!