Labor Day Weekend in Breckenridge

Summer in Breckenridge isn’t over until the snow falls so come on up and enjoy one of the best weekends in the high country. Labor Day Weekend in Breckenridge has typically been overlooked by travelers. So, here is your chance to end the summer in style with a Labor Day celebration you won’t find anywhere else.

Labor Day Weekend in Breckenridge kicks off with sidewalk sales up and down Main Street. Even if you don’t need any gear for this upcoming winter it’s hard to say no to 50% off. Plus it’s a great excuse to grab some frozen yogurt from Twin Moose Yogurt and spend a day outside. In addition, Carvers Ski Shop, right next door to the Book Breck office, offers some of the biggest deals on all necessary gear, so peruse the goods then come say hi!

If the huge sales aren’t enough to convince you that Breckenridge is the place to be this Labor Day Weekend then the Breckenridge Wine Festival should be. Tickets are only $20 and include a commemorative glass, ten tasting tickets and a rubber duck for the Summit Foundation race on the Blue River. Take in the beautiful lakeside scenery, taste wines from around the world and treat your ears to the acoustic sounds of Kevin Danzig, a local must see artist.

Sunday afternoon wraps up with the last PRCA Rodeo in Breckenridge. The doors open at 3:30 and a behind the scenes tour with the rodeo clown starts at 4pm. An all you can eat Cowboy BBQ opens at 5 along with the start of the events. Watch everything from a saddle bronc, to bull riding, to barrel racing and more. This family friendly event is a great way to end your Labor Day Weekend in Breckenridge, Colorado.

If you are looking for a place to stay this Labor Day Weekend in Breckenridge be sure to give Book Breck a call. With a variety of vacation rentals and bonus discounts throughout town, including at the Breckenridge Rodeo, Twin Moose yogurt and Carvers you won’t be disappointed!

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