Breckenridge Events

Things to do in Breckenridge today, this week and in the coming months

Local Activities & Events

Looking for something to do in Breckenridge today, this week or in the coming months?  You’ve come to the right place.  Plan out your visit with our calendar of things to do.  Breckenridge offers a wide range of recreational, historical and cultural activities and events to participate in during your trip.

Please, check with the event provider as to whether there are any changes to the schedule before arriving at an event.

  • May 28th, 2021-

The Upper Village Pool and Hot Tubs are now closed for the season.  They will re-open on May 28th, 2021 and remain open through at least Labor Day.  The reservation system has been discontinued and the facility will operate on a first come first served basis.  Hours are from noon-8pm every day.  Please visit uppervillage.hoaspace.com for more information. 

 

  • Ongoing throughout Summer 2021-

Drive-in movies are returning this summer.  Starting June 18th, Breck Film and Breckenridge Creative Arts are hosting eight nights of movie programming throughout the season.  Titles range from family-friendly tales and action blockbusters to outdoor shorts.  Only the first film, Matchstick Productions’ “A Biker’s Ballad”, costs $25 per car to view.  All others have a suggested donation of $25 per car, but the public is free to donate less or more.  All films will screen at the parking lot of Colorado Mountain College, 107 Denison Placer Road, Breckenridge.  Films start at 8:30 pm and cars are parked based on their size – not by who arrives first.  

The schedule is as follows:

  • June 18: “A Biker’s Ballad,” not rated
  • June 19: “Diverse Paths to Adventure: Black Stories in Action Sports,” featuring “Black Ice,” “Pedal Through” and “The Mirnavator,” not rated
  • July 2: “Independence Day,” rated PG-13
  • July 3: “A League of Their Own,” rated PG
  • July 23: “The Blues Brothers,” rated R
  • July 24: “The Karate Kid,” rated PG
  • Aug. 6: “Dirty Dancing,” rated PG-13
  • Aug. 7: “Toy Story,” rated G

Tickets go on sale June 1. Visit BreckCreate.org. to purchase.

 

  • July 4th, 2021-

Every Independence Day Breckenridge comes alive with patriotism, parties, and the annual Main Street Parade.  It’s a day of celebration that includes athletic competitions, live music, art festivals, family activities, and a few of our favorite small-town traditions.  Finish the day with a performance by the National Repertory Orchestra that’s not to be missed! 

Plans for the traditional, large-scale Independence Day Celebration on Main Street are under review due to ongoing public safety concerns surrounding large groups of people.  Potential smaller scale alternatives are currently under review.  Please check back here for updated information.  Thank you for understanding.

Independence Day Celebration will adhere to all public health and safety regulations required for Colorado.

 

  • September 16th-19th, 2021-

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 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, wine pairing dinners and seminars to create a weekend of fine food and foliage.  Pine Ridge Condominiums is just a short 3-minute shuttle ride to this event so make your lodging reservations today! Book now.

 

  • September 24th-26th, 2021-

Event organizers are planning on hosting Breckenridge Oktoberfest, September 24-26, 2021.  Even though some large-scale event features like Oktoberfest’s street party will not be on tap this year, guests can expect some creative celebratory alternatives while adhering to all required public health recommendations and regulations.  Breckenridge will continue the celebration with the 2nd Annual OktoberFEAST – a series of German-themed beer, wine and food pairings at a number of restaurants throughout town.  Please check back here for updated information.

Oktoberfest will adhere to all public health and safety regulations required for Colorado.

 

 

Stay tuned for updates and newly added Summer and Fall Events for 2021!