Beer Festivals Back Again in Breckenridge!
Two of the top-rated beer festivals in Colorado are returning to Breckenridge again. One celebrates the end of a great ski season and other salutes summertime. The Breckenridge Spring Fever Beer Festival and Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival will be returning better than ever! Join us in Breckenridge on April 5th and July 26th for an event that is boasting that they will have the most breweries and events than in years past. Enjoy unlimited beer tasting, free live music, and food. It is great to see the Breckenridge Beer Festivals continuing to grow.
According to Jen Radueg, the events director and event producer of Radiate Live Events & Always Mountain Time, "We're including breweries this year that have never participate in either of our Breckenridge Beer Festivals, so look for new names and a few surprises. We're also expanding both events to make the experience even better for attendees. This is our eight spring beer festival and our ninth summer event and we can't wait to unveil the changes and improvements."
The Breckenridge Spring Fever Beer Festival will be featuring live music from Jimkata, Mr. J and the Smooth Expressions, with the headliner Tatanka . The concerts will start at 12 p.m. through the end of the event at 5 p.m. And if that is not enough live music, head to Three20South for the after-party and more music from Jimkata. The live-music lineup for the Breckenridg eSummer Beer Festival will include Turkuaz and others will be announced closerto the event taking place. The Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival will be taking place at a new location!
Tickets will be on sale for both Breckenridge Beer Festivals for $27.50. This includes unlimited tasting. If you purchase tickets day of, they will cost $35. Proceeds from the Breckenridge Spring Fever Beer Festival are donated to the Friends of the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. All proceeds from the Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival will be donated to High Country Conservation Center. Come out and enjoyon the best Beer Festivals of the Rocky Mountains.
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