Plan to Attend the 22nd Annual Breckenridge Art Festival
See the work of fine artists and craftsmen from across the country
Escape the city and join the fun at this year’s Breckenridge Art Festival. This annual festival features the work of artisans from around the country and is set up at the south end of Main Street and South Park Avenue at Main Street Station and the Village at Breckenridge. The family friendly festival is a free event and will take place August 3-5 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The event gives artists and visitors an opportunity to gather, engage and celebrate.
The nationally ranked festival hosts over 100 artists recognized in 13 fine art categories. Showcasing work across a variety of disciplines, this is a festival that encourages range, versatility, and innovation. The categories featured at this year’s event include glass, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, wood, painting, and other artistic methods. In addition to art, live music will be performed all weekend long.
Founded during the Gold Rush of the mid-1800’s, Breckenridge is known as a premier getaway for its breathtaking scenery and endless recreation. Located in Summit County, Breckenridge is a short 80 miles from Denver. The town has been transformed into one of Colorado’s best outdoor resorts offering a vibrant Main Street with exceptional boutiques, eateries, and bars. You’ll find world class skiing and snowboarding in the winter and hiking, trail biking, festivals, and live music in the summer. In Breckenridge, all four seasons are packed with the best of the arts, outdoor and indoor recreation, and everything in between. During the warmer months, Breckenridge is a popular destination for artists to visit and share their work.
After you have enjoyed the festival, take advantage of tours offering the best in local lore. Sail down Breckenridge’s Alpine Slide or play a round of golf at one of the three Jack Nicklaus signature nine-hole courses. Breckenridge Ski Resort offers Epic Discovery that features adventure-filled family activities like zip lining, hiking, a ropes course, mountain biking and chairlift rides. A trek for hikers of all abilities is nearby—or enjoy a day of paddleboarding at Maggie’s Pond. No matter what you’re up for, you’ll find it in Breckenridge.
To make plans for the Breckenridge Arts Festival, find additional details at their website.