The Best of Breckenridge Real Estate - Coming up in July
The Frisco BBQ Challenge came and went last week, and although we’ve already reached the end of June, summerexcitement in the high country is far from over. The incredible line up of events and festivals has only just begun, and the ideal weather this season is sure to make the coming months a big hit. We’ve already put together a comprehensive overview
of everything Summit County has in store this summer, but we wanted to take the time this week to highlight some of the events and festivals coming up in July that we’re looking forward to.
The 32nd Annual Breckenridge July Art Festival:
Make your way to downtown Breckenridge next weekend for a national collaboration of the arts. From July 3 – 5, over 100 artists from all over the United States will feature their artwork at Main Street Station. Admission is free, and with all that Main Street in Breckenridge has to offer, this event is a must for the whole family.
Join us for our July 4th Celebration!
Summit County is notorious for its myriad of 4th of July parties and parades, including the Forever in Blue Jeans in Dillon, Fourth of July in Frisco and celebrations in Breckenridge in Keystone. Be sure to make your way to as many as possible for a true American-mountain experience, and don’t forget to stop by our quarters in downtown Breckenridge for our own celebration (with complimentary food and refreshments).
Frisco’s Founders Day
Celebrate local Summit County heritage on July 5th starting at 10 am at the Frisco Historic Park & Museum. A tribute tothe American West and throwback to the Gold Rush Era, Frisco’s Founders Day will take you back where it all began. Enjoy burro rides, reenactments, blacksmith demos, simulated gold panning, and of course, plenty of food, music and entertainment.
Copper Mountain Music Festival
After a week of celebrations, what better way to unwind than with a relaxing day outside listening to a lineup of awesome live and local music? The Inaugural Summer Festival on July 11 features a series of free concerts and entertainment. Click here for a full list of performers, more information on upcoming July events, and additional information this month on Summit County and Breckenridge real estate from Market Watch.