Play ‘Like There’s No Tomorrow’

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Winter is coming, and it’s time for powder lovers across the Wasatch to take that first step to prepare for the season.

It’s time for Warren Miller’s latest film “…Like There’s No Tomorrow” —  for his 62nd annual U.S. tour. Warren Miller films have become a tradition for many winter sport enthusiasts and have garnered a niche following for their shows. Fans look forward to athletes such as Chris Davenport, Julia Mancuso, Daron Rahlves, Colby West and Seth Wescott to hit the slopes across the globe.

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"... Like There's No Tomorrow" is the latest project to come from Warren Miller Entertainment. The company bears the name of its founder, who at 87 is not involved in production anymore. Miller is considered to be the godfather of extreme sports films, as his videos pioneered extreme athletes in their environment with stunning cinematography.

“… Like There’s No Tomorrow” is the latest project to come from Warren Miller Entertainment. The company bears the name of its founder, who at 87 is not involved in production anymore. Miller is considered to be the godfather of extreme sports films, as his videos pioneered extreme athletes in their environment with stunning cinematography.

This film will take the viewer to India, Norway, Chile, Canada and New Zealand, as well as mountains in Alaska, Utah, California and New Hampshire. Miller’s films also are known for their innovative soundtracks, and “… Like There’s No Tomorrow” continues in that tradition. This year’s track features Dean Martin, Bill Withers, Radiohead, Explosions in the Sky, Foo Fighters and Santana.

The U.S. Tour begins Friday in Salt Lake City in Abravanel Hall at 8 p.m. The tour continues through the Midwest, going to major cities such as Chicago, Milwaukee, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Denver and Boston. It will run until Dec. 10.

The film highlights Brant Moles, a former big-mountain skiing world champion, as he leads local skiers Carlo Travarelli, Rachael Burks, Leo Ahrens, Sam Cohen, Ben Wheeler and Caroline Gleich across the terrain of Big and Little Cottonwood canyons.

Tickets are available for screenings in Salt Lake City, Orem, Park City and Ogden. As a special promotional item, everyone attending the film receives a free lift ticket to Canyons. In Salt Lake City, everyone will also receive a discount at Level Nine Sports; in Park City, a discount at Cole Sport; in Orem, a discount at Park’s Sportsman; and in Ogden, a discount from Decade Snow and Skate.

The Orem shows will be held in the Xango Grand Theatre at SCERA Oct. 18-20. Tickets ($17-$20) are available for shows on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. and Thursday at 6 and 9 p.m.

Tickets can be purchased for the Orem show at Park’s Sportsman, the SCERA box office, scera.org, tickets.com or by calling 801-225-ARTS. Discount tickets for groups, as well as ticket information for other locations, can be found at warrenmiller.com.

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