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Today in stoke: Cheers and Sup Bro? snowboard premieres at Gothic tonight

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The Gothic Theatre gives itself over to the local snowboard scene once again tonight at 7 p.m. when 720 Boardshop presents the Denver premieres of The People Crew's Cheers and Sup Bro? from local crew Mistaken Productions (trailers after the jump).

Cheers features JP Walker, Jeremy Jones, Seth Huot, Joe Sexton, Aaron Bittner, Lauri Heiskari, Mikey Rencz, Eero Niemela, Shaun McKay, Curtis Ciszek, Zac Marben and Simon Chamberlain on location in Lake Tahoe, Finland, Sweden, Whistler, Revelstoke, Washington, Utah, Oregon, Minnesota and Newfoundland.

Sup Bro features Chris Willett, Eric Willett, Colin Spencer, Mark Hoyt, Nate Kern, Seb Kern, Andrew Yoder, Nate Cordero, Bryan Cordero, Jake Black, Marc Moline, Brent Meyer, Taylor Brant, Wes Williams, Jerome Kuntz, Ian Smith, Alex Culter, Floyd Ralph, Josh Stock, Austin Gibney, Andrew Buergin, Brady Farr, JJ Thomas, Josh Sherman, Pat Milbery, Zack Black, Mike Casanova, JJ Johnson, Zak Shelhamer, Ricky Bates, Dillon James, Jamie Culp, Nick Larson, Colin Tucker, Kyle Anderson, Alex Dean, Brett Esser, AJ Szram and Ryan Cruze sticking gloriously close to home right here in CO.

CHEERS Sneak Peak Trailer from The People Crew on Vimeo.

Sup Bro? Teaser #3 by Mistaken Productions from Taylor Brant on Vimeo.

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