Live Report: THE PAYER at the Super G in Courmayeur

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If I tell you mountains, music and Après-ski what comes to mind? Definitely Super G! One of the places in vogue today, the temple of Apres-ski is the “Super G” of Courmayeur.

It was born as a club on the snows of Courmayeur Mont Blanc but today it is much more: in fact, in addition to the fixed appointment from 3pm to 6pm at 1700 metres, it also has other services including a restaurant service and a real boutique hotel directly on the slopes.

To celebrate 10 years since its foundation, Super g has decided to give its customers three days of celebration culminating on December 9th with the annual and now fixed performance of “il Pagante”.
The Milanese duo performed in a veritable blaze of lights, music and champagne, all accompanied and framed by a heavy snowfall.


Il Pagante, once again, managed to unleash the spirits of all those present, in particular with a set list of just over half an hour during which they played their main hits: Portofino, Poveri mai, Dam, Pettinero and others again up to an exhilarating remix version of White Week with Feed From Desire of Gala.

Once the live performance was over, the party continued with the actual Apres ski punctuated by house music.

I recommend everyone to get lost and enjoy this fantastic party directly on the slopes of Courmayeur at least once and to follow Super G’s slogan to the letter: “eat, sleep, ride, après-ski and repeat”



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