For an action sports enthusiast who also likes to have a little fun, the Air + Style event in Los Angeles is paradise.

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Air & Style Los Angeles 2017

The big air ramp, in all its glory. Photo: Katie Rodriguez

Last weekend was the final stop of Air + Style’s global event series, with prior stops including Innsbruck and Beijing.

The LA tour stop included competitors Mark McMorris, Seb Toots, Marcus Kleveland, Max Parrot and many others, all throwing down their best two runs out of three attempts.

The competition was intertwined with performances from artists including Major Lazer, Flume, Zhu, TV on the Radio, Vic Mensa and more, on two stages in downtown LA’s Expo Park.

Air & Style Los Angeles 2017

Semi finalists prepping themselves for the final day. Photo: Courtesy of Chase Harriman

GrindTV got a chance to interview Max Parrot on the way up the tower, to the top of the ramp:

Heavy rainfall on the Friday before opening day presented additional challenges in the maintenance of the ramp. The ramp stood approximately 16 stories tall, and was covered with 600 tons of ice blocks shredded into snow. Needless to say, the ramp itself required constant attention throughout the festival.

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Some of the 600 tons of ice used to make the ramp. Photo: Courtesy of Chase Harriman

The amazing big air competition and the echoing sounds of live musical performances created quite the energetic atmosphere despite some light rain and colder weather.

Air & Style Los Angeles 2017

Max Parrot taking in the 65-foot face. Photo: Katie Rodriguez

Max Parrot took home the gold for LA’s event, and third overall, with Marcus Kleveland taking first place in the overall tour.

Air & Style Los Angeles 2017

Max Parrot making triple corks look easy in front of the LA crowd. Photo: Katie Rodriguez

For those of you who appreciate snow sports and music fused together into one atmosphere, add a bit of diversity to your list of festivals to attend next year with Air + Style. You won’t regret it.