The Sweetgrass Cool Bus
Sweetgrass Productions' hit ski flick, Valhalla, is in full tour mode right now. You'll know the opening has come to your town when you see the "Cool Bus"—a 35-foot 1980 Crown Supercoach painted up like your childhood ride to school—comes rolling past, filled with 100 or so rowdy film fans and beautiful women....
Her name is Daisy.
The Sweetgrass boys hit the road for the Valhalla film tour, and the Cool Bus elevates the stoke factor at every stop.
Valhalla screening in Denver on September 13th.
The party always starts on the Cool Bus – kicking off the tour with a celebration in Denver.
Co-cinematographer Bobby Jahrig takes inventory of the free tour giveaways – all the cargo needed to run the three month tour must be carried on board.
Complete with with succulent houseplants the bus is piloted across Colorado by Max ‘The Poacher” Santeusanio, the newest crew addition to Sweetgrass.
VIP parking for the Cool Bus as fans line up for a show in Missoula under the marquee lights.
The further north, the colder the temps and the deeper the snow, at Banff plug in power to heat the engine block on our Cummins 8.3 Diesel was mandatory.
1977 Cool Bus
The Cool Bus – Crown introduced this classic body style in 1977, Patagonia provides some privacy as the crew sleeps off the past nights festivities while parked on a randomly chosen residential roadway.
The Master Bedroom
Sleeping quarters for Sweetgrass Productions on the Valhalla tour.
On the road
The tour continues....
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