The Breckenridge Sunday Farmers Market will be returning to Breckenridge on Sundays for the summer of 2018 running June 17th through September 2nd. Located in Main Street Station you’ll find lots of goodies from unique vendors here from 9am-2pm.
This year we’ll be celebrating the 8th annual to some of our favorite “b” words – Bacon & Bourbon of course! You’ll find vendors through out the River Run Village at Keystone serving up bacon inspired cuisine. Of course live music will be played. There’s lots of ways to enjoy this festival, check out the ticket options!
No matter which Summit County town you’re in for Independence Day you’ll be sure to find a celebration worth attending. Check out what your town has planned for the 242nd birthday of the USA!
Twice a year Breckenridge puts on an incredible beer festival. Live music, lots of beer to try and great food from (typically) over 70 vendors. There are many ways to enjoy this festival, and it’s free to enter but if you want to enjoy the brews, you’ll need a pass – and also be over 21 :). The Spring event just happened at the beginning of April, check out this link to see what went down there and to get psyched for the Summer festival in July.
More than 300 varieties of wine to try at this one! Stroll through River Run Village while you taste these assortments of wines and food options from Keystones premier restaurants all while listening to live Jazz music. Friday night kicks off this event with a speciatly wine tasting at Warren Station. Don’t forget about the educational wine seminars. After this event you’ll be on your way to being a personal sommelier.
The 22nd annual Bluegrass & Beer Festival isn’t one to miss! Get friendly with your Appalachian roots (real or not) with live music, hundreds of kegs tapped throughout the weekend and the simple life. As you meander your way through the River Run Village filled with the sounds of 14 national & regional Bluegrass bands. At the base of Keystone, you can take in the wonders of Summit County mountain air and really enjoy yourself.
The name says it all right?! Or maybe not if you’ve never heard it before. A true test of grit on a mountain bike. This race includes 6 loops, each 35-50 miles long in the backcountry of Breckenridge. Who wouldn’t want to subject themselves to that kind of torture? Well if you’ve ever mountain biked then you’ll know this isn’t torture at all but an all out thrill ride that you wouldn’t want to miss. For those of you that are curious, then there’s the perfect half course ride for you the Epic Curious. See what they did there?
A 10-day program of extraordinary events in spectacular places and spaces across Breckenridge. Inspired by themes of environment and mountain culture, the multi-arts festival brings together an eclectic mix of music, dance, film, visual arts and family entertainment. Events and schedules should be announced in May so check back to see what’s happening at this year’s festival.
A summer tradition in Summit County for over 30 years! This fun event gets everyone excited no matter your age. There are free family activities in the morning gets everyone geared up for the race of Rubber Ducks down the Blue River. Last years race raised $150,000 for scholarships and grants and this year won’t disappoint with likely over 12,000 ducks racing for 200 different prizes. Don’t forget to get in on the fun and decorate your duck to really show off your creative side.
Can’t make it to Munich this year…. no worries! This is the largest street party celebrating Oktoberfest in the Rocky Mountains! Extensive drink and food is offered with live music and plenty of opportunities to polka dance in the streets. This might be the most fun you’ll have on Main Street Breckenridge this summer. Don’t be afraid to bring your lederhosen! Prost!
4 days of wine tasting, seminars, and more wine tasting. Events and tickets have not been announced yet but check out what happened at last years event!
Over 70 films will be shown/premiered at this annual event. Along with the films there are also forums to discuss new technology, themes and more. Plus don’t miss out on the after parties where you can continue to discuss the films you’ve seen and meet those involved in the creative process. Films are still being accepted for this years festival and a schedule will be announced once submissions have finished.