Breckenridge summers are perfect for events and festivals.
With endless sunshine and temperatures averaging in the mid-70s, Breckenridge has the perfect conditions to enjoy the best summer events in the high country.
There are so many summer events in Breckenridge, it’s hard to choose which to attend. Celebrate the history of Breckenridge at Kingdom Days. Celebrate our country’s independence during the Fourth of July Parade. Enjoy music all summer long with the Breckenridge Music Festival and the National Repertory Orchestra. Join us and yell “Probst” as you toast your friends at Breckenridge’s most popular event, Oktoberfest, where 45,000 people descend upon Main Street for two days of German food and beer.
Check out all the summer events:
Mid-end of June
Kick off the summer with Breck Bike Week! Everyone from beginners to advanced bikers is invited to Breckenridge for this exciting five-day event. Breck Bike Week consists of clinics of all levels, bike cruises, demos, expos, kids’ Strider Zone and even a bike exchange program!
Whether you are looking to advance your biking skills, grab a steal of a deal or just get outside, this is the perfect time to come to Breckenridge. Bring the family and friends, get outside and take advantage of the Breck Bike Week!
Celebrate Independence Day with us in Breckenridge! Breckenridge offers near-perfect summer weather and a full line of entertainment, activities and fun. Celebrate the Fourth with a 10K trail run, 50K bike race, arts festival, kids’ activities, concerts, the big Fourth of July parade on Main Street, and a free patriotic concert by the National Repertory Orchestra.
Labor Day Weekend
Greet the cool mountain air and warm sunshine in Breckenridge this Labor Day weekend. There are events and activities all over Breckenridge. Labor Day weekend events include the Summit Foundation’s Great Rubber Duck Race, Sidewalk Sales on Main Street, the Gathering at the Great Divide Arts Festival and much more!
Labor Day Weekend
Great beer and spirits are brewed and distilled in Breckenridge, Summit County and Colorado. Local microbreweries have been making award winning beer for decades including the Breckenridge Brewery, Dam Brewery, Backcountry Brewery and more. Breckenridge is now home to Breckenridge Distillery, which happens to be “The World’s Highest Distillery”. Other new craft breweries have been popping up including Broken Compass, so it is no wonder that beer and craft spirit festivals are so popular here.
The Breckenridge Spring Beer Festival is coming to Beaver Run Resort on April 6th, 2019. The Breckenridge Spring Beer Festival is the one of the coolest events of the the spring in the Colorado Rockies! Featuring brews, views and free live music, the Breckenridge Spring Beer Festival is an event you don’t want to miss. Click here for more information/to buy tickets.
The Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival comes to Beaver Run on July 13th, 2019. The Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival is one of the most anticipated events in Breckenridge in the summer. The festival brings in over 50 breweries for delicious sampling and tasting. In addition to all the wonderful beer drinking there will be free live music, a VIP area, great food and unique vendors. Click here for more information/to buy tickets.
Join us in Breckenridge for the annual craft spirit festival on October 18-20! The Still on the Hill offers tastings from over 36 distilleries, live music, tours and more! Come try a unique new spirit, taste some of your favorites, or come for a drink and a good time!
Each summer, the best young musicians from around the country come to Breckenridge. The National Repertory Orchestra comes together for eight weeks in the summer. Come to Breckenridge and hear the result of all of the hard work and determination that prepares young musicians for their orchestral music careers.
The National Repertory Orchestra (NRO) performs two full orchestra concerts each week at Breckenridge’s Riverwalk Center between late June and mid-August.
In addition, musicians perform in smaller chamber concerts during the festival, and the full orchestra plays at several other locations in the state.