SUMMER – 2013
June 15 and 16 – Kingdom Days: Breckenridge kicks off summer with free heritage celebration that honors Breck’s mining past with Outhouse Races and more. The National Repertory Orchestra performs an opening night concert; the Brckenridge Fu Park officially opens for the summer and the gondola begins full-time summer operations.
July Fourth – Celebrate Independence Day with lively entertainment, free activities and dynamic family fun! Breck’s Independence Day celebration kicks off with a 10K trail run and continues throughout the day with the Frecracker 50 bike race leading the vibrant Fourth of July Parade on historic Main Street, July Arts Festival, live music, kid’s activities and so much more. End the night with the National Repertory Orchestra performing a patriotic concert at the Riverwalk Center.
August 15 – 18 - Breck Bike Week - Join our community of cyclists from novice pedalers to pro riders. One of Breck’s best kept secrets is its expansive backcountry trail network – an interconnected system that can be accessed from anywhere in town within two minutes and leading to hundreds of miles of riding across Summit County. Recently named a silver-level Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists, Breckenridge introduces visitors to pedal paradise during the annual Breck Bike Week.
August 20 and 21 – USA Pro Cycling Challenge – Join us Tuesday, August 20 and Wednesday, August 21 in Breckenridge for the State 2 and finish and the Stage 3 start of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge, one of the largest cycling events in United States history. The 2013 race will feature professional cycling’s best competing on a challenging course through some of America’s most beautiful scenery. The third annual USA Pro Cycling Challenge rolls through Colorado August 19-25.
September 13 – 15 – Oktoberfest – Breckenridge’s 19th annual Oktoberfest includes a fun-filled weekend of fall foilage, great parties, Paulaner Bier, genuine German cuisine and collectable steins. Don’t miss the largest Oktoberfest in the Rocky Montains.