Monday, March 25, 2024
The largest and longest-running snowboard event in the East and continues to be supported by Oakley, Burton, Vans, Crab Grab, and powered by Pisten Bully.
"It draws a crowd every single year, who are primed for Last Call’s perfect and unique reunion of talent and guts, wrapped up in a beautiful and jaw-dropping wreckless abandon."
To ride in Last Call, you must be invited or enter the Rider Lottery. Invited riders will be sent an online link to secure their spot and formally register for the event. Those entering the Rider Lottery will be notified on March 18 if they have secured a spot in the event. If so, they will receive a link to confirm their Lottery spot and formally register for the event.
All riders (invites and lottery) will need to register online. A link to register will be provided to you via email once your spot is confirmed. All competitors must have a valid lif ticket or season pass to compete.
Photography & Video
All Last Call courses are tight and fast action. Only those collecting photography & video for partner brands and verified media outlets are allowed inside the event arena—and must be approved by Loon prior to the event date. Approved photography and video personnel must complete an online waiver in advance of the event and visit event check-in to pick up their credential.
“It's not a Saturday event.”– Eric Kovall
Snowboarders from around the globe flock to Loon to vie for the cash purse and cut their teeth on next-level park features created specifically for this event. Professional and amateur status aside, Last Call is open to snowboarders of expert ability. It consists of three zones: transition, jumps, and rails. Cash and prizes are awarded for combined dominance in all three zones as well as mastery in individual zones.
2023 Photo Gallery
Photos taken by Randy Spitzer