In the Lower East Side at the East River Park (WildStyle location)

16 of the world’s best snowboarders will compete for their piece of the massive $100,000 prize purse at Red Bull Snowscrapers. Athletes will compete against the majestic backdrop of the New York City skyline in the East River Park from 6-9 pm.

Athletes include iconic Olympic Gold Medalist Shaun White, freestyle / backcountry legend Travis Rice and ultra-progressive phenomenon Pat Moore. World renowned Burton riders for the ground-breaking event include Kevin Pearce, Mikkel Bang, Danny Davis, Kohei Kubo, Kazuhiro Kakubo, and snowboard legend Terje Haakonsen. Other confirmed riders include Nitro’s Andreas Wiig, DC’s Torstein Horgmo, Forum’s Jake Blauvelt and Greg Bretz, along with Rome rider Bjorn Leines and Ride’s JJ Thomas.

Event Schedule

3:00pm – Gates open to the public
3:30pm – Riders open practice – All 16 riders
5:05pm – Valient Thorr Performance
5:45pm – Red Bull Snowscrapers contest starts – 60 minute jam session
7:10pm – Black Gold Performance
7:45pm – Red Bull Snowscrapers Finals – Jam session – Top 8 riders
8:50pm – Awards
8:55pm – Anthrax Performance

Event Format

Red Bull Snowscrapers will utilize a jam session format for both the preliminaries and finals. In this format, a rider is neither dismissed nor defined by a single run or fall—rather, the athlete who consistently lands difficult and creative tricks with skill and style throughout the entire jam session is deemed the overall winner.


  1. J™ says:

    That goes on here in KC this Saturday. Snowboarding isn’t my thing, but who am I kidding? This is KC, so you know not shit else is going on. Im’ma check it out.

  2. Uh… the fuck?! And are Pubic Enemy going to guest with Anthrax?! Fuck Red Bull, fuck snowboarding in NYC and you know what? Fuck “Wild Style” too.

    “Style Wars” and “Beat Street”– now that’s my shit.

    Dallas– for weirdness value, it’s worth checking out director Charlie Ahearn’s first film, which is nowhere as great as the title: “Deadly Art of Survival” tho’ it has some moments. Really, however, his brother John is the bigger talent, peep some John’s sculpture next time the Sneaker Fiends hit the BX. One example is 32 seconds in–

    Longwood & Dawson, still hardbody after all these years.

    The Music Director
    Who Walk In Brooklyn

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