Alex Hall warms up for the men's streetstyle competition. Dew Tour/Andrew Durso

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Do the Dew

The Winter Dew Tour kicks off today. Here’s what to expect.

By: Ethan Stone March 08, 2024

Everyone’s favorite neon-green sugar-water-powered action sports contest, the Dew Tour rolls into Copper Mountain, Colorado this weekend with halfpipe and streetstyle competitions.

This year the Dew Tour celebrates its 20th anniversary. While it might not be as big as the days when it was an actual three-stop tour with slopestyle contests and a beloved team event, it’s still one of the only major independent contests left on the calendar, fit to be mentioned in the same breath as the X Games. Here’s a look at what’s brewing.

How to watch the Dew Tour livestream

All Dew Tour events will be livestreamed at You can also watch the stream on Facebook, YouTube, the Mountain Dew app, Fuel TV, Outside and Prosieben Fun. And please, don’t ask us why Mountain Dew has its own app, because we don’t have any answers for you.

Men’s Ski Streetstyle Qualifier and Final

The men will hit the streetstyle course from 7:15—9:15pm local time (03:15-05:15 CET). Streetstyle is a fairly new discipline that has replaced slopestyle at Dew Tour; it’s basically a rail jam on steroids with several jib features in a row. The field features Alex Hall, Tucker Fitzsimons, Colby Stevenson, Matt Dufresne, Cal Carson, Andrew Egan, Siver Voll, Oscar Weary, Harald Hellström, Jackson Karsteter, Sam Zahner and Pete Koukov—in other words, an eclectic blend of contest heavyweights and street skiers.

Dani Bacher getting down at last year's Dew Tour streetstyle. Dew Tour

Men’s Superpipe

The action continues on Saturday at 10:15am local time (18:00 CET) with Men’s Superpipe, where Brendan Mackay, David Wise, Aaron Blunck, Alex Ferreira, Jon Sallinen, Hunter Hess, Nick Goepper and Tristan Feinberg will take center stage. The question on everyone’s mind is, will Alex Ferreira complete a clean sweep of all of this year’s halfpipe contest? He’s won everything that can be won up until now, from X Games to every single World Cup Event. If he cleans up at Dew Tour, too, it will be the final nail in the coffin of a historic season for the Colorado native.

Brendan Mackay competes in mens finals at the 2021 Dew Tour halfpipe finals in Copper Mountain, Colorado
With his sizable amplitude and impressive switch dubs, Brendan Mackay will be looking to break Alex Ferreira's streak. Dew Tour/Jamie Walter

Women’s Streetstyle Qualifier and Final

The action continues with the women’s streetstyle contest on Saturday afternoon from 4:30–6:45pm local time (00:30–02:45 CET). Lisa Zimmermann, Marion Balsamo, Alexa Juncaj, Taylor Lundquist, Jennie-Lee Burmansson, Drew Hooker, Dasha Agafonova-Knight, Finley Good, Isabelle Tvede-Jensen, Audrey Friess and Rylie Warnick will throw their hats into the ring. With a lot of unknown quantities in this women’s field, we’ll be looking to see which women make a name for themselves on the streetstyle course.

Women’s Superpipe

Rescheduled from Friday, the women’s superpipe contest is now planned for 9:00am local time (17:00 CET) on Sunday. A grand total of five contestants will drop into the pipe: Riley Jacobs, Svea Irving, Amy Fraser, Zoe Atkin and Eileen Gu. Frankly, no one is expecting anything other than complete dominance by Gu, who has the best run in women’s pipe right now by a long shot and the consistency to put it down clean. Still, Amy Fraser has a hammer of a switch 900 in her bag, and if she can manage to grab most of her tricks, she’s capable of competing with Gu for the top spot. Zoe Atkin has an impressive run with various spins and grabs that has put her atop podiums before, while Svea Irving and Riley Jacobs are the dark horses in this race.

Eileen Gu competes in women's halfpipe finals at the 2021 Winter Dew tour in Copper Mountain, Colorado.
All eyes will be on Eileen Gu in the women's pipe contest. Dew Tour/Andrew Durso

Superpipe High Air, Best Trick & 20th Anniversary Jam Session

This year’s Dew Tour action concludes on Sunday with High Air and Best Trick sessions in the superpipe, followed by a short jam session to celebrate 20 years of Dew Tour. The event time is currently listed as “to be determined” due to the schedule switch-up, with women’s halfpipe being shifted to Sunday morning.