The new date and location will be announced in the upcoming weeks, a representative said.
The Dew Tour in 2021 will continue as an Olympic qualifying event with World Skate, and serve as the last qualifier for park events in the states before the Tokyo Summer Games.
While it’s not always expected for a large, multi-day festival to incorporate the talent of the local community into its programming, Dew Tour certainly raises the bar by showcasing the skills of local artists and designers for all attendees to enjoy, visitors and natives alike.
This summer, fans of Agenda and Dew Tour are in for a sports and lifestyle smorgasbord as both multi-day events will take place on coinciding dates, Dew Tour officials announced today.
On Thursday, artist Steve Harrington’s Skateable Sculptures were moved from their original site at the public skate course at the Dew Tour to Silverado Skatepark in Long Beach.
Dew Tour’s all hip-hop concert this Saturday night, July 23 at the Terrace Theatre will feature New York-based rapper Action Bronson and California rap legend and entrepreneur Earl Stevens, better known by his stage name, E-40.