Best August Events in Breckenridge [Updated for 2023]
It's no surprise that we LOVE August in the mountains. With the promise of rainy afternoons and gorgeous mornings, we love to get outside to play. With hiking (featuring wildflowers), arts festivals, and Concerts in the Park, there is so much to do in August in Summit County.
Breckenridge International Festival of the Arts
The Town of Breckenridge is hosting another International Arts Festival from August 11-20. This year, "Three circus artists and a violinist stretch the boundaries of contemporary circus in this intimate and deeply moving production by Brisbane-based contemporary circus company Circa".
To learn more and for tickets, visit the BreckCreate website.
Wildflower Hikes at Arapahoe Basin
With all of the rain this season, wildflowers are out and absolutely beautiful! Take advantage of all of the mountain flora by joining a guided hike of Arapahoe Basin. The hikes start at 10 AM and you can still sign up for August 14 and August 28, but hurry!
For more information and to purchase your wildflower hike tickets, visit the Arapahoe Basin website.
Silverthorne Art Stroll
A great way to see all the new development in Silverthorne while taking in a great event, stroll between Bluebird Market and the Art Spot Silverthorne Maketspace on August 20 between 11 AM - 3 PM. The event is free and showcases local musicians and artists.
To learn more, visit the Town of Silverthorne website.
Frisco Concerts in the Park Series
Nothing says summer time more than a concert in the park. The Town of Frisco hosts a concert in the park Thursdays at 5:30 PM and all are welcome, including your furry friends!
To see the full concert series, visit the Town of Frisco website.
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