Presented By: Rocky Mountain Events
The Grapes Are Calling from Breckenridge
The Breckenridge Food and Wine Festival brings you a unique, wine-tasting experience. Main Street Station Plaza and The Village at Breckenridge, (at the base of Peak Nine), transform into a beautiful, mountain-side vineyard starring an array of varietals created by top wineries. From the soft and smooth to the unabashedly bold, guests will get more than their fair share of delicious sips.
For a full schedule of events visit: https://rockymtnevents.com/breckenridge-food-wine/schedule/
Presented by: Mountain Art Festivals
The 17th Annual Breckenridge Main Street Art Festival is now ranked at #23 in Sunshine Artist’s top 200 fine art festivals in 2017!!! This established show will feature 80 artists from around the country. Artists will present ceramics, mixed media, fiber, jewelry, painting, wood, glass, sculpture and much more! You won’t want to miss this fabulous summer weekend of art and mountain ambiance.
Presented by: Breck Epic
In general, the race is 240 miles long and ‘features’ roughly 40,000′ feet of vertical gain (and loss!) Courses get tweaked from year to year as new trails get built, decommissioned or authorized.
2018 STAGE ORDER (Date/Stage/Start/Finish/APPROX distance/elevation).
- Aug 5: Stage 1 – Pennsylvania Creek (Ice Rink/Carter Park) – 35 miles, 6000′
- Aug 6: Stage 2 – Colorado Trail (Lower Washington/B&B Lot) – 43 miles, 7200′
- Aug 7: Stage 3 – Guyot (Lower Washington/B&B Lot) – 41 miles, 8100′
- Aug 8: Stage 4 – Aqueduct (Lower Washington/B&B Lot) – 44 miles, 6300′
- Aug 9: Stage 5 – Wheeler (Beaver Run Parking Lot/Peaks TH) – 32 miles, 4900′
- Aug 10: Stage 6 – Gold Dust (Ice Rink/Ice Rink) 30 miles, 4800′
- Stage 7 is also on Friday. Bring your drinkin’ hat, your dancin’ shoes, some personal sanitizer and your stunt liver.
Presented by: Breck Create
Join us for a week of art and culture. Multiple activities and displays including; Music Performances, visual art, interdisciplinary, film + cinematic arts, contemporary circus, trail mix, acoustic flow, and workshops + talks + demos.
A full list of events and displays HERE
Experience the ultimate race in the ultimate location. Spartan is coming to Breckenridge on August 18th and 19th. Racers from around the world travel to participate in one of the most challenging race around. For more information on how to train, participate or just watch, visit: https://www.spartan.com/en/race/detail/3514/overview
Bacon & Bourbon Fusion
Bacon is the most loved food in the universe and the route to all things swine and divine. Add in the quintessential American liquor, bourbon; mind blown. These indulgences come together for Breckenridge Hogfest – Bacon & Bourbon.
Meat connoisseurs will be able to taste their way through a spectrum of pork samples, premium whiskeys, single malt scotches and barrel-aged spirits while enjoying live music and mixology below Peak Nine. We want to speak to palates of all distinctions and our golden rule will be to feature the best of the best to the brownest of the brown.
For a full schedule and list of events click HERE
Presented by: The Mountain Art Festivals
The 43rd Annual Gathering at the Great Divide Art Festival is moving up the ranks to #13 in the top 200 of fine art shows in the United States by Sunshine Artist Magazine. The tradition continues over Labor Day Weekend and will feature over 100 artists with a wide range of mediums including photography, wood, glass, jewelry and pottery just to name a few. Located on Main Street at Wellington, this show is a highlight of Labor Day festivities in Breckenridge.
Join us September 7th, 8th, and 9th for the 2018 Breckenridge Oktoberfest! Presented by GoBreck. More information: http://www.gobreck.com/
Breckenridge hosts the largest Oktoberfest street party in the Rocky Mountains. The September street party is where Munich meets the mountains, featuring:
New 2018 collectible beer stein
More than three-dozen genuine German cuisine and brew vendors
German themed games including Hammerschlagan
Bavarian lederhosen, Oompah and polka dancing
A peak foliage weekend packed full of sunshine and fun for all ages
The weekend is full of, you guessed it, beer, but we didn’t forget about those under the drinking age. Breckenridge Oktoberfest is full of entertainment for everyone; make sure to visit face-painting stations, get some pre-festival exercise at the 5k run and test your skills at a wide variety of German themed games, including the popular Hammerschlagen. See more exciting activities with the Oktoberfest Insider’s Guide to prepare for the memorable weekend ahead.
Due to the extensive food and beverage offerings, we ask that you please leave your four legged friends at home as well as any outside alcoholic beverages. Oktoberfest patrons must be 21 to consume the wide variety of beverages offered, don’t forget your ID if you plan on partaking.
PROST! That means “cheers” in German.
Raise your glasses and join us as we uncork the can’t miss wine festival of the season! Breckenridge Wine Classic is your chance to grow your knowledge and enjoy top quality food and wines from vineyards around the world.
Master sommeliers, chefs and winemakers invite the public to play, wine and dine during the height of Breckenridge’s fall colors. The event combines a grand tasting in the historic Arts District, seminars and demos with town’s outdoor adventures to create a weekend of fine food and foliage.
Thursday: Farm To Fork Wine Dinner
Friday: Stroll Breckenridge & Best Of The Fest
Saturday: Grand Tasting