The Snowbasin Dew Tour will be starting up on Thurs. Feb. 9 with festivals beginning at Snowbasin with entertainment and vendor booths. The Competition itself will be Feb. 10-12. All competitions are free and open to the public. The Dew Tour season-ending Toyota Championships winners will be awarded the Dew Cup in ski and snowboard slopestyle and superpipe. In addition to a weekend of competition the Dew Tour features a free interactive Festival Village with athlete meet and greets and product demos, as well as a special concert from Mac Miller on Friday evening. Top athletes including Salt Lake locals Louie Vito and Tom Wallisch, along with Kelly Clark, Spencer O’Brien, Torin Yater-Wallace, and Maddie Bowman will be competing throughout the weekend, giving spectators an up-close and personal look at their favorite stars. Also In honor of the 10 year anniversary of the 2002 Winter Games Snowbasin will be hosting a volunteer appreciation day on February 16th. Snowbasin will offer a special $20.02 day lift ticket for those who wear their 2002 Winter Games Volunteer Coat and or Credentials. People will also be meeting on Earl’s Plaza at 1:00 pm for a group photo. Snowbasin has been looking forward to celebrating the 10th anniversary of the 2002 Winter Games and what better way to celebrate than give back to the all the volunteers that worked hard to make the games such a big success said Steve Andrus, Director of Events and Sales at Snowbasin. Snowbasin hosted the Men’s and Women’s Downhill, Super G, and Combined events during the 2002 Winter Games. Hosting the downhill events during the 2002 Winter Games has really benefited Snowbasin and the Ogden area Steve Andrus continues That was one of the reasons The Dew Tour looked at Snowbasin and now we host their Championship stop.