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April 10, 2009

Levi’s 3rd Annual Powersliding Competition

at 4:04 pm. Filed under What Were They Thinking


When times are tough it is nice when there’s a cool event that can be taken in for free. The Levi’s 3rd Annual Powersliding Competition will be held Wednesday April 15th from 3-5pm at the Santa Monica Pier. If you are close to the area you should check it out, it’s sure to be a good time. There will be lots of crazy sliding and music by Matt and Kim.

"The event includes a sizable street course that will test the competitors’ freestyle skills with 40-foot, four-story rails and boxes, and a cool ocean breeze with a good experience for your audience/event goers. Other highlights include a performance from Brooklyn rockers Matt & Kim, complimentary treats from Mountain Dew and Kogi Korean BBQ taco trucks, and free custom screen-printed apparel, all surrounding the massive Powersliding course. A way for spectators to cut loose and take a break from tax day, KROQ’s Psycho Mike, Catfish, and our celebrity judges will keep the crowd entertained and help encourage carnage on the rails."

Thanks for the tip Andy.


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4 Responses to “Levi’s 3rd Annual Powersliding Competition”

  1. Jimmy Scott Says:

    Cool! I am going to take my electric skateboard down there. Thanks for the info.

  2. Chris Says:

    I heard about this on a boarding site that I frequent, you didn’t mention the judges. Wee Man is suposed to be one of them! That guy is the bomb…

  3. Charles Says:

    Why have it on a Wednesday? This should be done on Saturday! Some of have to work. 🙁

  4. Jeremy Says:

    Some of those shots look like downtown Portland, Oregon. World Trade Center – Portland, to be precise.

    Keep Portland Weird

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