The World’s Greatest Snowboard Event is always the highlight of our year.
Truth is, the Burton U·S·Open is a lot more than just a chance to watch the world's best riders compete at the peak of their game in slopestyle and halfpipe. The free concerts, interactive sponsor village, parties, and top notch après add to the unique energy that swells around the event. Because we want you to make the most of it, here are some of the highlights you definitely shouldn’t miss.
Rise up on Friday, March 9th for the Burton Girls Ride Day, an awesome time when ladies of all skill levels take on Vail Resort and then enjoy après together. Elevate the experience by taking advantage of our free snowboard and binding demos, including our incredibly easy Step On™ system. From Burton Women’s Team Riders to Burton Girls Ambassadors and leading ladies of the industry — you never know who you might be making turns with on our ride day.
forget to hit the Chill fundraising party at
the Colorado Ski and Snowboard Museum on Wednesday night and give love to our
favorite non-profit. With a donation to enter, you’ll have the chance to mingle
with Burton Team riders while enjoying drinks and a DJ. We always leave feeling
good and inspired to keep paying it forward.
In fact, there are plenty of opportunities to get down all week long. From Monday to Saturday, every night will feature all sorts of free live music as part of the Burton Concert Series. We’ll be dancing our way through the whole week at the Solaris Concert Stage and the Late Night Sessions at Shakedown Bar. We’re particularly excited for our #MCM BØRNS and legendary reggae star Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, but every U·S·Open introduces us to new faves for our winter playlists.
addition to the FREE Burton Concert Series, the legendary closing party on
Saturday, March 10th at Dobson Ice Arena is a necessity. All the friends you’ve made
throughout the week will turn out to celebrate the end of an amazing five days.
Don’t be afraid to go out with a bang, you have all day Sunday to recover. ∆