Warren Miller's Flow State brings the show -- and snow -- to Denver

For some folks, the ski season doesn't really start until they've seen the annual Warren Miller adventure flick. Others caught the premiere of Flow State last month, but are ready for another look at the movie. And they'll get their chance tomorrow night, at the sixth annual Warren Miller Screening to Benefit SafeHouse Denver.

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The event, which includes nightlong drink specials, begins at 7 p.m. (doors open at 6) at Stoney's Bar and Grill. For the ticket price of $25, you'll not only get a cozy, informal screening, but also some perks that will serve you well in the high country: a free Crested Butte lift ticket voucher with the purchase of lodging at any Crested resort facility, a two-for-one lift ticket deal at Winter Park, and a $25 discount at Christy Sports.

Get information and reserve a seat in advance through Blacktie-Colorado (tickets at the door aren't guaranteed). Or visit SafeHouse Denver online.

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