Live Bands & Entertainment

Live Bands & Entertainment

Live Music at Camelback

Live Bands & Entertainment Calendar

When you're ready to relax after a long day cruising down the slopes, stop by the Thirsty Camel for the best apres ski entertainment in the east! Our ski area is the perfect spot in the Poconos to reconvene with your family and friends, share a beer and stories of the mountain adventures you experienced during the day all night long! Many Pocono ski areas offer skiing and snowboarding, but only Camelback offers the adventure. Choose to live life. Choose Camelback. Check out our live band schedule below to find out who we have playing for you tonight!

Thirsty Camel

The ideal spot to experience nightlife in the Poconos without even leaving the ski area! The Thirsty Camel offers soup of the day and chili served piping-hot in a fresh bread bowl, daily Panini specials, other favorite pub fare and full wait service. No one under 21 is permitted in the Thirsty Camel on Saturdays and holiday Sundays after 4:00PM. ID is required.

Entertainment Hours:

  • Saturday: 4:00PM - 8:00PM
  • Sunday: 2:00PM - 6:00PM
  • Holiday Sunday: 4:00PM - 8:00PM

Check out our Entertainment Calendar below for other select dates.

Ski Patrol Recruitment Day

Sat 16th Dec 2017 9AM – 11:30AM

Join us at the top of the Sullivan Chairlift outside of the Ski Patrol Top Duty Shack on December 16th for our Ski Patrol Recruitment Day! Those interested must pre-register at: http://www.camelbackskipatrol.org/join 

The Camelback Ski Patrol is a non-profit organization consisting of both paid and volunteer members who are trained in first aid, OEC (Outdoor Emergency Care), CPR, and winter rescue. They provide high quality rescue and emergency care services for all of the snowsports enthusiasts and guests at Camelback Mountain. 

The Camelback Ski Patrol has over 120 members who have all completed the National Ski Patrol’s requirements and are fully trained in the emergency techniques necessary to rescue an injured or ill guest and to safely extricate, package, and transport them down the mountain using rescue toboggans.

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