The 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships will feature three independent “pods” of events and activities on a daily basis during the two weeks of the event.  These pods will include Vail Village and Mountain, Avon and Beaver Creek Village and Mountain.  Please note that some of the events in multiple locations may overlap, depending on the day and race schedule, so plan your day accordingly.

Please check back soon for an updated Festival schedule of events and activities.



In addition to the action on the racecourses, the 2015 Championships will also feature a full slate of festival activities, including free and ticketed concerts, great artistic performances, films, art exhibits and culinary events representing the best of the best this country has to offer the world. The 2015 celebration will be designed to contain something for everyone in the family, no matter what corner of the globe you come from.



When the 2015 Championships officially kick off on February 2, the NBC Sports Group will be on hand to provide an unprecedented amount of television coverage for American ski racing fans as NBC and the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association have entered into an expansion of their current partnership that will not only result in a significant increase in the broadcast and digital coverage of skiing and snowboarding in the U.S., but also include over 25 hours of HD coverage for the 2015 World Championships, including live broadcasts of every event for the first time in history.

A record six hours of coverage is planned for NBC with 8.5 hours on NBCSN. Universal Sports Network will provide expanded coverage of the 2015 World Championships on both its cable network and website, airing at least 13 hours from Vail/Beaver Creek, including daily live pre-race shows, additional live coverage of events and full coverage of the Nation’s Team Event. NBC’s Olympic production team will deliver all of the programming.

EPC2015, Inc. will serve as the Host Broadcaster for the 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships, providing the production and world feed signal to EBU rights holders around the globe.

An anticipated 70 nations will carry live and delayed coverage of the 2015 Championships, with approximately 750 million international viewers and over 900 hours of coverage, 500 hours of that live, on tap over the course of the two weeks of competition.

Please check back for more detailed television broadcast information.

  • Men’s Competition
  • Women’s Competition
  • Ceremony
Monday Feb 02 Opening/Medal Ceremonies TBA TBA
Tuesday Feb 03 Ladies Super-G TBA TBA
Wednesday Feb 04 Men’s Super G TBA TBA
Thursday Feb 05
Friday Feb 06 Ladies’ Downhill TBA TBA
Saturday Feb 07 Men’s Downhill TBA TBA
Sunday Feb 08 Men’s Super Combined TBA TBA
Monday Feb 09 Ladies’ Super Combined TBA TBA
Tuesday Feb 10 Nations Team Event  TBA  TBA
Wednesday Feb 11
Thursday Feb 12 Ladies’ Giant Slalom TBA TBA
Friday Feb 13 Men’s Giant Slalom TBA TBA
Saturday Feb 14 Ladies’ Slalom TBA TBA
Sunday Feb 15 Men’s Slalom TBA TBA
Closing Ceremonies TBA TBA