Dew Tour Announces Return To Copper Mountain After Cancelling 2020 Event

Dew Tour Announces Return To Copper Mountain After Cancelling 2020 Event

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Dew Tour Announces Return To Copper Mountain After Cancelling 2020 Event

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“It’s official – Dew Tour is BACK! From December 16-19 we’re stoked to welcome back some of the world’s best ski and snowboard athletes to compete in this innovative contest series. Events will include individual halfpipe, slope-style and para snowboarding. Stay tuned for more information!”

Mark your calendar folks, the winter Dew Tour is returning to Copper Mountain December 16-19, 2021 after the event was cancelled due to COVID restrictions for 2020.  Winter Dew Tour plans to be free and open to the public but in order to maintain compliance with state and local COVID-19 guidelines, details are not set in stone and will be available this fall. Hurray!

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MTN DEW® and Accelerate360’s ASN: The Adventure Sports Network Group announce its annual Winter Dew Tour snowboard and ski competition and festival will return to Copper Mountain, Colo. December 16-19, 2021, after foregoing the 2020 winter competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The four-day Winter Dew Tour will include the world’s best male and female skiers and snowboarders competing in individual halfpipe, slopestyle and para snowboard competitions and a calendar of fan-based activities. Spectators will have a front row seat to the action out of Copper’s Center Village where the event footprint and sponsor activations will take place. Slopestyle will be held in Woodward Copper’s Central Park, an elite-level Woodward Mountain Park facility, and the halfpipe events will conveniently sit just above the base of Center Village.

Winter Dew Tour plans to be free and open to the public; however, in order to maintain compliance with state and local COVID-19 guidelines, details are forthcoming and will be available on DewTour.com this fall.

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