Is it really September already? Once again, the summer months have flown by, but the fun in the sun isn’t over quite yet! Beat the end of summer blues with these fun-filled Labor Day weekend events!
Raise a stein for a day full of Colorado-brewed Oktoberfest beers, oompah bands, and mouthwatering German fare! Enjoy live performances throughout the day by band “Those Austrian Guys” and German dance group Edelweiss Schuhplattlers! If you’re feeling ambitious, build up an appetite with the Das Dier Burner 5K at 12pm, the trophy for finishing is a pint of beer! Kids will have a blast as well, enjoying free face-painting and a bounce house! This event will take place September 1st at Keystone’s River Run Village. View a full schedule of events here.
Taste of Keystone
Sunday, September 2nd head on over to the Taste of Keystone at Lakeside Village! Enjoy sampling dishes from the resort’s award-winning culinary talent while strolling around the shores of Keystone Lake. Kids’ activities and live music keep the day fun for the whole family! View the mouthwatering sneak peak of the menus for each restaurant here.
Copper Country Music Fest
Country music lovers come on down, this is an event you don’t want to miss! This Labor Day weekend, September 1st-2nd, enjoy free live music, an arts festival and creative kids’ craft stations! General admission is free but VIP tickets are available offering premiere seating. Learn more, purchase tickets and view the full lineup on the website.
43rd Breckenridge Gathering at the Great Divide Art Festival
Rated #13 out of the top 200 fine art shows in the US, this event is a highlight of labor day weekend festivities in Breckenridge. Happening September 1st from 10am-4pm, the show will feature over 100 artists with a wide range of mediums including photography, wood, glass, jewelry and pottery, and much more! It will take place on Main Street at Wellington.
Annie at the Riverwalk Center
Don’t miss the last weekend of Annie, presented by Breckenridge Backstage Theatre! Get your tickets now to the 7pm shows on Friday and Saturday or 4pm on Sunday.
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