How to Watch the New Warren Miller Film ‘Daymaker’
Get your tickets for the worldwide film tour now or get prepped for the virtual screening on Outside Watch. Just don’t miss it.
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How’s your day going? Actually, don’t answer that. Instead, check out the 73rd annual ski and snowboard movie from Outside Studios and Warren Miller: Daymaker—then tell us.
The full-length flick travels the globe once again, snorkeling through neck-deep fluff in B.C.’s Monashee Mountains with adaptive backcountry riders Pete McAfee and Dominic Davila, chasing powder of mythic proportions in Greece’s Olympus Mountains with John Falkiner (a WME alum from the seventies and eighties), and grass skiing down the summery slopes of Wengen, Switzerland with Connery Lundin, biding time until the flakes fly.
The film welcomes back familiar faces including Michelle Parker, McKenna Peterson, Simon Hillis, and Madison Rose Ostergren, and welcomes new athletes such as Freeride World Tour phenom Hedwig Wessel and comedienne Katie Burrell surfing pow with B.C.’s Eagle Pass Heli Skiing, plus Ketchum freeskier “Crazy” Karl Fostvedt showing the youth of Sun Valley how it’s done. New this year: WME VIPs Marcus Caston and Jonny Moseley ski-nap audience-nominated Warren Miller superfan Tyler Blocker, intercepting him on his way to the lifts at Snowbasin.
Tour Tickets Are on Sale
The North American tour for Daymaker kicks of on October 26 in Ogden, Utah; Walnut Creek, California; Downers Grove, Illinois; and Big Sky, Montana. From there, the film crisscrosses the content until January. Find a tour stop near you and get tickets now.
Don’t Miss the Watch Premiere of Daymaker
If you can’t make it to a film stop (or you just want to watch the film again!) Daymaker will be available on demand on Outside Watch beginning November 25. You must be an Outside+ member to get access to the premiere, so join today. Outside+ members don’t just get Daymaker on demand; they also get VIP access to any tour, with early theater entry and a special poster, plus more than 50 years of Warren Miller movies streaming on the Outside Watch library.