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PHOTOS: Tito’s Mountain Soiree

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — If there was a Best Community Party of the Year Award, Tito’s Mountain Soiree hosted Feb. 8 at Howelsen Hill might just take the crown. The soiree is an annual event held during Winter Carnival, organized by Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club and sponsored by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, and it sold out five days ahead of schedule — even after a 100 additional ticket were added for purchase. This year, the Six Million Dollar Band provided entertainment for the ’80s-themed bash, which also boasted a photo booth for the over 425 guests to take candid shots with friends and family.

Ellen Campbell and Pam Vanatta pose with a cardboard version of David Hasselhoff in a photo booth for Tito’s Mountain Soiree during the 106th Winter Carnival. The event was held at Howelsen Hill on Feb. 8. (Photo courtesy of Ellen Campbell)

The crowd dances to the Six Million Dollar Band in their ’80s-themed costume during Tito’s Mountain Soiree. (Photo courtesy of Ellen Campbell)

Andy Agnew and Lori Williams of the Six Million Dollar Band perform on stage during Tito’s Mountain Soiree. (Photo courtesy of Ellen Campbell)

The Six Million Dollar Band performs while guests dance on stage during Tito’s Mountain Soiree. (Photo courtesy of Ellen Campbell)

The “Tito’s Ladies,” from left, Ellen Campbell, Amy Burkholder, Amy Cook-Olson, Missy Russell, Lisa Olson, Kelly Armstrong, Karin Kagan and Sue Thompson, pose for a photo with a bottle of Tito’s Handmade Vodka. (Photo courtesy of Ellen Campbell)

PJ and Amy Wharton pose with family and friends in the Tito’s Mountain Soiree photo booth. (Photo courtesy of Ellen Campbell)

Friends, from left, Amy Burkholder, Artemis Hamrick, Quincee Cotton, Colleen Norling, Kristen Atwood, Megan Sisk and Nicole McGuffin pose in the Tito’s Mountain Soiree photo booth. (Photo courtesy of Ellen Campbell)

The crowd dances one last time during the encore song, “Don’t Stop Believin,” to close out Tito’s Mountain Soiree. (Photo courtesy of Ellen Campbell)

To reach Mackenzie Hicks, email mhicks@SteamboatPilot.com, call 970-871-4208 or follow her on Twitter @MackenzieShawna.


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