On December 22nd, the night slalom on the Canalone Miramonti slope will celebrate the first 50 years of the FIS World Cup
A special 3Tre will be staged on December 22nd, 2016, on the unmistakable scene of the Canalone Miramonti slope: i twill be the 63rd edition of the Classic night slalom, but Madonna di Campiglio will also celebrate the first 50 years of the FIS World Cup, whose debut was dated back to the 1966/67 season. At that time, 3Tre was already part of the original World Cup calendar, and there will be no shortage of souvenirs for an important and fascinating anniversary, bringing a special taste to the event that last year left breathless over 15.000 people on all sides of the Canalone Miramonti slope.
Those looking to live the fascination of Madonna di Campiglio’s night slalom can already secure their first-row spot: online ticket sales are now open on www.3trecampiglio.it website. Once again, all the best of slalom specialists will report to Madonna di Campiglio for a thrilling challenge: last year, eventual slalom World Cup winner Henrik Kristoffersen claimed the top podium spot, followed by overall World Cup holder Marcel Hirscher.
Three different areas will be available to enjoy the thrill of the night slalom, even more technical and spectacular after the recent interventions on the slope: the Area Nord – on the right side of the slope – and Area Sud – on the left side – will come at 17 euro (plus pre-sale rights), while the Tribuna 3Tre, now enlarged to over 1000 seats, will be available at 32 euro (plus pre-sale rights).
“What is really great for us,” told 3Tre Committee’s President Lorenzo Conci, “is that so many people come to us after living the 3Tre experience, and can’t wait for the ticket sales to open to secure another shot at it. It means that the event actually leaves something in people’s memory and heart, that it’s a moment people want to be part of for the emotions it gives. Again in 2016, we hope to live up to our tradition, particularly in the year of FIS World Cup’s 50th anniversary.”