The winter edition of the Dew Tour brings together top snowboarders and skiers from around the world for competition during the day before the site turns into a festival and concert at night.
Similarly, the event sees the world’s best skateboarders in action during the warmer months, attracting an urban and creative crowd.
Donning the green and gold in Breckenridge includes 2017 World Champion Scotty James who finished ninth in the halfpipe World Cup season opener in Copper Mountain last weekend.
The 23-year-old won the X Games gold medal in January this year; an event that attracts a similar audience and atmosphere to the Dew Tour.
James won bronze at the 2014 Dew Tour and placed fifth the year before. He is set to face one of his biggest rivals, American snowboarding legend Shaun White at this weekend’s event.
Joining James on the pipe are his fellow Aussie teammates Kent Callister and Nate Johnstone.
Callister finished 23rd in the opening World Cup last weekend, while Johnstone will be looking to kick start his season off on a high on Friday.
Superpipe qualifications kick off at 10.15pm Thursday night (4.15am AEDT Friday), with the finals held at 12.30pm on Friday (6.30am AEDT Saturday).