Earlier this month, BroBible had a chance to journey to Bud Light’s Whatever USA in beautiful Crested Butte, Colorado. The once-in-a-lifetime trip gave us an opportunity to hang out with 1300 friendly strangers from all across the country and soak up the quirky vibes of a town where the most random things possible are considered the norm. Here are 24 things we learned from our experience in Bud Light’s Whatever USA.
This place really exists. If the departure board at the airport says so, it’s real!
Flying is so much better when the flight attendant hands out cold Bud Lights once you get on the plane.
Having multiple forms of transportation awaiting for you at the airport is the ultimate power move.
Every town should have a giant beach chair and gorilla in the center of it.
Parades in Whatever USA put Mardis Gras and Carnival to shame.
All raves from now and forever with Alesso should have jackets with LED lights that synch up with his light show.
And giant Solo cups! MORE giant Solo cups, please!
Whatever USA is full of quirky people reminding you to keep it funky.
Lil Jon will never turn down for Bud Light.
Prancercising is probably the best Saturday morning workout a Bro can have.
And there’s nothing like a Cold War Kids set to keep the blood pumping afterwards.
Beach parties are 10x cooler when Questlove spins from the top of a giant boombox.
T-shirts for two > T-shirts for one.
Vanilla Ice is the best ice cream man to ever exist.
And he can still hold it down live.
Whatever USA’s soapbox derby is a must-see event, if just for the custom paint-jobs.
Dinner for 1300 people on Main Street of Whatever USA is quite a production.
And some people celebrated their nuptials with selfies. Congrats to the happy couple!
All in all, hanging out with 1300 friendly strangers in a remote mountain town in Colorado can feel like family when raging face together for a weekend.