Teton Gravity Research’s Light The Wick tour is almost over, and there’s a couple of major and sure to be rowdy stops coming up on the east coast in Montreal, Boston and New York City where you can and should take advantage of one of the last chances to see TGR’s amazing new film on the big screen.

Shot using film, HD and 3D technology, Light The Wick is about sparking the flame and watching the world's best athletes blast off. This winter the TGR crew of athletes and cinematographers captured the most jaw-dropping footage ever witnessed. The team traveled around the world to uncharted destinations, as well as some of their favorite stomping grounds.

Follow the crew as they discover the previously unskied big mountain playground of Petersburg, AK, find the best snow Croatia has seen in fifty years, ski deep pillows in undiscovered Italy, hit full throttle riding in British Columbia, and experience epic freeriding at Ripley Creek and North Cascades Heli. Don't miss Sammy Carlson and the Stevens Pass 3D experiment, the first-ever 3D ski segment. The groundbreaking dual RED One slow motion aerial shots will make you want to reach out and touch the action. Light The Wick showcases the most talented and well-rounded athletes in skiing together in one must-see film.

The Montreal showing is going down tonight at La Tulipe at 9pm, and you can check out all the details by clicking here. The boys will then head to Boston on Friday for a show at the House of Blues near Fenway at 8pm where Sugarbush will be handing out 2 for 1 tickets to everyone in attendance (details here), followed by a show in the Big Apple, New York City, on Saturday night in Irving Plaza at 9pm where Mount Snow will be giving free lift tickets to first 500 people in attendance (details here).

For more details on the Light The Wick tour and to see if there’s a stop taking place near you, go to http://www.tetongravity.com.

Light The Wick Trailer from Teton Gravity Research on Vimeo.