Boost Mobile Hosts the Final Bash of the “Grenade Strikes Back Tour” in Seattle w/ Fat Joe & DJ MuggsMay 18, 2007 at 4:05 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
On Saturday, April 21st, platinum recording artist Fat Joe “made it rain” in Seattle at Boost Mobile’s official after party for the 3rd Annual Grenade Games. Taking the stage at Tabella Nightclub, Fat Joe , along with Cypress Hill’s DJ Muggs celebrated with Danny Kass, the Dingo, Grenade Gloves and Monster Energy to close out the Grenade Strikes Back Snowboarding Tour.
This was the inaugural year for the Grenade Strikes Back Tour, a multi-city AM contest series grown out of the Grenade Gloves brand, which was founded by the two time Olympic silver medalist Danny Kass and his brother Matt Kass. The tour began in February and came to a climax on April 20 with the third annual Grenade Games. The entire Grenade Gloves team will come together with the world’s best snowboarders for two days of music, peace and shred.
The Grenade Games is snowboarding in its truest form…FUN! The two-day event is a way of giving back to snowboarding, and to bringing together the world’s top athletes and industry leaders for a celebration of the end of another season. Grenade Gloves and Boost Mobile hosted the Games in conjunction with Snoqualmie Pass, who opened their mountain exclusively for the Grenade Games. After a relatively quiet year due to inclement snowboarding weather, Boost and Grenade were excited to host the Games, which resulted in epic days of late-season chaos. Home of the “Superpipe,” Snoqualmie Pass was the perfect place to host the Grenade Strikes Back Snowboarding Tour and Grenade Games, while the blow out event with Fat Joe and DJ Muggs was a party to remember!
Photo Descriptions (credit: Craig Wetherby):
- Two-Time Olympic Silver Medalist Danny Kass, Fat Joe, Boost Mobile’s Janae Twisselman
- Grenade Gloves’ Danny Kass and Fat Joe
- Fat Joe performs for the crowd
- DJ Muggs warms up the crowd
- Best Female Rider Winner Hannah Beaman at the Grenade Games