"Danny MacAskill's Wee Day Out"
WHAT TO DO: Banff, it’s boffo
How nice it was during the recent Wisconsin Film Fest to be able to see a film on the east side without driving the heck out to Sun Prairie. We have that chance again as the Barrymore hosts the Banff Mountain Film Festival 2017. Action, environmental and adventure films cover the globe, from skiing in Iran and Siberia to climbing in Ua Pou, an island in Polynesia. Full schedule and ticket info at barrymorelive.com; event proceeds go the Friends of Indian Lake county park. Tuesday-Wednesday, April 18-19, 7 pm.
press release: This year's tour event features a collection of the most inspiring action, environmental, and adventure films from the festival. Film List: Tuesday: Danny MacAskill's Wee Day Out, Packing It Out, Poumaka (coarse language), Sea Gypsies (coarse language & nudity), Dog Power, Iran: A Skier's Journey, Devotion: Libby Peter, The Accord. Wednesday: Metronomic, Ace and the Desert Dog, Doing It Scared, Mira, Great Siberian Traverse (coarse language), Fast Forward, Young Guns.
Tickets are on sale now and are $13 per day or $22 for 2 days. Day of event tickets are $15. Event proceeds go the Friends of Indian Lake. Tickets are available at REI-Madison (until April 11), the Barrymore Theatre and its outlets, online at www.barrymorelive.com, or by calling 608-241-8633 until day of show. Doors open 6pm. All proceeds for this event go to the Friends of Indian Lake. Cycle to the event and park your bike in the valet bike corral run by the Friends of Indian Lake volunteers.