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Watch Winterland in Australia & New Zealand

We're excited to announce that Winterland is heading down south. Like really far south, even past Texas. So, if you're an Aussie or a Kiwi looking to watch a sick ski flick, you're in luck. Check here for a list of the upcoming shows down undah.

RELATED: Winterland World Premiere & Far Out Fest Recap 

Winterland premieres to a full house in Salt Lake. Dave Amirault photo.

Ski season might be coming to a close in the Southern Hemisphere, but that's no reason to fret. Celebrate a successful season by drinking beer and yelling at a screen with your friends and fellow shredders!

Looks really fun!

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That’s a piece of great news. Winter land is coming to Australia and New Zealand!! Wow, it seems good. I like this screen shows. I will spend this time with my family and friends. Hostsailor It’s time to enjoy. Enjoy your screen with family.

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