Main Street to the Rockies returns to Frisco Aug. 13-14 |

Main Street to the Rockies returns to Frisco Aug. 13-14

Main Street to the Rockies Art Festival returns to Frisco for two days, Aug. 13-14. This outdoor festival will feature the works of 100 artists in downtown Frisco.
Courtesy Howard Alan Events |


What: 10th Anniversary Main Street to the Rockies Art Festival (Frisco, CO)

When: August 13 - 14, Saturday & Sunday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Where: Main Street in Downtown Frisco, CO; Navigational address: 304 Main Street, Frisco, CO 80443

Cost: Free and open to the public

More information:

Main Street to the Rockies Art Festival, hosted by the town of Frisco and produced by Howard Alan Events, returns Aug. 13–14. This two-day outdoor summer art show allows festival patrons to explore the work of 100 leading contemporary artists in one setting. The festival features original artwork in diverse artistic media and styles. Prices will be suitable to a variety of budgets and appeal to art enthusiasts, collectors as well as the casual shopper. Admission is free and open to the public.

To better accommodate patrons and enhance the experience, portions of Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic. The public is encouraged to engage the artists to gain a better understanding of their work. All exhibitors will be present for the duration of the show and welcome the opportunity to discuss their creative process and techniques.

Along with this show, Howard Alan Events produces several art shows throughout Colorado that attract tourists and collectors from all over the world. This year the Colorado summer tour included the debut of the Keystone River Run Village Art Festival (July 30–31), the 29th annual Beaver Creek Art Festival (Aug. 6 – 7) and the second annual Yampa River Fine Art Stroll (Aug. 20 – 21).

For additional information on the 10th Anniversay Main Street to the Rockies Art Festival and other Howard Alan Events art and craft shows across the country, visit or call (561) 746-6615.

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