Slam the Kan

Saturday, July 22, 2017
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July 21
Open Surf, Prelims, Campfire Speakers
July 22
Fun times with vendors and games at Canoe Meadows, Surf Competition, Afterjam and Awards.  No AlohaThe OM Sound, and Samm Bailey
July 23
Open Surf and Takedown

Slam has an eleven year history of bringing together surfers and spectators in the watery playground of the Rocky Mountains. This year Slam will be home to the first ever River Surfing North American Championships. Surfers and spectators will be traveling in from the eight prominent river surfing communities across Canada and the US. With the growth of our event we continue to inspire and build the community in a manner that is authentic, inspiring, and true to our roots. Traveling surfers will be immersed in a mountain surf culture that they are able to take home with them.

All funds raised are donated to the Alberta River Surfing Association and go towards building waves and community.

Athlete + Camping $99
This includes two nights camping at Canoe Meadows, entry fee to the surf competition, and access to the bands and afterjam. There are lots of prizes and exlusive goodies to these ticket holders. Athletes are competing in the the Men’s Open or Women’s Open.

Athlete, No Camping $40
Includes entry fee to the surf competition and access to the bands and after jam. No camping included*

Guest + Camping $80
Includes two nights camping at Canoe Meadows and access to the bands and afterjam.

Guest, Saturday Night Camping $50
Includes one night camping* at Canoe Meadows and access to the bands and afterjam.

Supporter, No Camping $20
Includes access to the bands and afterjam and all day time festivities. No camping included*

Spectator FREE
Includes access to the day time festivities and vendor tents. No access to the afterjam and no camping*

*Ticket holders must provide their own accommodations via the Stoney Nakoda Resort or other means of camping. We are charged per camper for our permit and people trying to camp at Canoe Meadows will be forced to pay the camping fees so our nonprofit doesn’t have cover your cost.

$$ – Alberta River Surfing Association (Alberta RSA) is incorporated in Alberta and is a registered Alberta Non Profit Society. Alberta RSA is run by volunteers and 100% of all sales and donations go directly towards wave building in Alberta and river surfing community development.


Open Surf
10:00am – 3:00pm
Wave open to traveling surfers and locals.

3:00pm – 6:00pm
Registered Athletes compete in a heat format to be placed in their heats for Saturday’s competition.

Athlete Meeting
Friday 6:30pm Canoe Meadows
Discuss judging format for NACs.
*Athletes MUST attend. If athletes are not able to attend the prelims event they will need written permission from the judging committee to compete in Saturday’s NACs

Slam Stories
River Surfers share epic tales of challenge, safety, self discovery and the magic of the river.

10:00am Men’s Heat 1 (12 competitors)

10:30am Men’s Heat 2 (12 competitors)

11:00am Men’s Heat 3 (12 competitors)

11:30am Men’s Heat 4 (12 competitors)

12:00 – 1:00pm Open Surf

1:00pm – 1:30pm Foamy Heat (30 competitors)

1:30pm Women’s Heat 1 (12 competitors)

2:00pm Women’s Heat 2 (12 competitors)

2:30pm Teams (6 teams of 4)

3:30pm Men’s Semi Final (12 competitors)

4:00pm Women’s Final (8 finalists)

4:30pm Men’s Final (8 finalists)

7:00pm – Midnight
Stoney Nakoda Resort

Shuttles take athletes between the Canoe Meadows campground and the Stoney Nakoda Resort for our awards ceremony and celebration of river surf culture. Bands, raffle prizes and tons of fun.

This event is a huge effort put on by the Alberta River Surfing Association with help from sponsors. Please support the river surfing community by being a good person at the event and purchasing the proper ticket. We look forward to having you all attend : )

Slam FestivalSURF | SKATE | MUSIC | ART

July 15-23 2017

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