We’re incredibly excited to be back at Sun Peaks especially with the addition of the big air competition. Canada is stacked with amateur ski and snowboard talent and we’re proud to be able to give them the tools they need to elevate their performance. With $30,000 in prize money to be won, the Dew Tour Am Series is truly one of the top amateur events in the country." – Neetu Godara, Marketing Director for Mountain Dew Canada
Spectators & FansFans looking to get in on the action are encouraged to stop by all weekend for professional athlete meet-and-greets, Mountain Dew sampling, prizing, live DJs and more. Mountain Dew will cap off the weekend with an epic concert featuring top musical talent – to be announced mid-January. Spectators will be able to watch the competition from the base of the Sundance chairlift.
CompetitorsTen per cent of the athletes will be invited and the remaining ninety per cent will sign up independently. Skiers and snowboarders interested in competing can watch for registration details coming soon. Athletes will also be competing for coveted points on the Association of Freeskiing Professional circuit and the World Snowboard Tour. The slopestyle event will be a jam format with a $20,000 prize and the single best trick will win the Big Air competition prize of $10,000. Both purses will be split equally between the men and women.
This was one of our most highly animated weekends last winter and we are looking forward to partnering with Mountain Dew once again. Sun Peaks’ terrain park is a great venue to showcase Canada’s best emerging freestyle ski and snowboard talent. Plus, the free concert and other Mountain Dew events around the village are a great addition for all our guests in the resort!" – Aidan Kelly, Sales & Marketing Director for Sun Peaks Resort Corporation