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January 30 – February 6International Snow Sculpture Viewing Week, Breckenridge.Teams from around the world come to Breckenridge to turn 20 ton blocks of snow into works of art. Each team has 65 hours to finish their masterpiece, but the catch is that no power tools are allowed. The pieces will be on display at 150 W. Adams St. in Breckenridge.February 1 – 20Copper Mountain Freeride SeriesThe 5th Annual Freeride Series brings together amateur skiers and snowboarders of all ages. Competition includes Snowboard Cross, Skier Cross, Halfpipe and Slopestyle events. Registration will be held at Jacks Slopeside Grill & Bar on the day of the event. Special racers lift tickets are available. Call (866) 841-2519 for details.February 3 – 6Travels with my Aunt, Breckenridge Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a Backstage Theatre comedy about a bachelor bank clerk and his journey with his elderly aunt across Europe, Istanbul and South America.February 4 – 5Summit Showdown Poker Tournament, Silverthorne Pavilion.Eliminations are Feb. 4 and finals are Feb. 5. Proceeds benefit the Summit Rotary. Call (970) 668-8880 to register. February 4 – 6The Paul Mitchell American Freeski Tour, Breckenridge. Provides skiers with an opportunity to compete in nationally televised SuperPipe and Slopestyle competitions. Call (970) 453-5000 for more information.February 53rd Annual Beacon Bowl and Avalanche Awareness Day, Arapahoe Basin.If you are a backcountry skier or if you are interested in venturing into the backcountry this is the event for you. Compete to find a beacon faster than other competitors, test out the newest avalanche gear and attend clinics on the use of various avalanche products. Proceeds from the event benefit the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. From 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Contact (970)468-0718 for more information.En Fuego, Burning Stones Plaza, Copper Mountain.Copper heats up the night with En Fuego this winter. Come out to Copper for a street party not to be missed. Copper is literally on fire with stomp and rhythm performers, a bonfire to keep you warm, Ski & Ride School torchlight parade, fire jugglers and the grand finale – fireworks over the mountain. 6-8 p.m.February 5 – 8Mardi Gras Celebration, Breckenridge.Breckenridges Mardi Gras offers a unique mountain platform to celebrate Fat Tuesday your way with a bar series, live music, Cajun cuisine and lots of beads. Fat Tuesday festivities conclude with New Orleans at Main Street Station with everything needed to celebrate New Orleans style. Call (970) 453-6018 for more information.February 635th Annual Frisco Gold Rush, Frisco Nordic Center.Come join in the oldest citizens cross country ski race.Ice Sculpting, Frisco.Professional ice sculptors create spectacular winter art.February 8Mardi Gras Celebration, Copper.Come celebrate Fat Tuesday at Copper.Mardi Gras Celebration, Keystone.The River Run Events Plaza is converted to the Big Easy. A float parade, a sassy drag king and queen contest, gumbo, zydeco music, jazz, wacky street performers and Keystone’s famous restaurants snowball into a romping day of whimsical fun with New Orleans flare.February 10 – 13Travels with my Aunt, Breckenridge Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a Backstage Theatre comedy about a bachelor bank clerk and his journey with his elderly aunt across Europe, Istanbul and South America.February 11 – 13Sports Illustrated for Kids Next Snow Search, Keystone. Watch with wonder as the talented youth of our nation compete for a spot on the Sports Illustrated winter youth team at the Next Snow Search Finals at Keystone Resort. Competition includes big mountain, half pipe, slopestyle and a downhill events, as well as a weekend packed with fun for the entire family. Finals will be aired on NBC television, March 5.Lucky Stiff, Lake Dillon Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a funny murder mystery farce about an English shoe salesman forced to take the corpse of his recently murdered uncle on vacation to Monte Carlo.February 12Valentines Day Comedy Show, Silverthorne Pavilion.Treat your loved one to the perfect gift as comedian Teresa Roberts Logan explores the male and female perspectives on romance. Call (970) 262-7396 for tickets.2nd Annual Snow Golf Tournament, Dillon Town Park.Tee times start at 12:30 p.m. You can bring a foursome or join up with other players to create a foursome. This is an individual stroke play event. The course is set up featuring six holes varying from long to short to elevated chip shots. The tournament will be run as a short iron competition and is all in the name of fun for a great non-profit. All proceeds from the entry fees will go to the Rotary Foundation of Summit County. Call (970) 468-2403 for more information.February 12 -13Copper Mountain Freeride SeriesGo to http://www.coppercolorado.com or call (970) 968-2882 for more information or to register.February 14Love Letters, Silverthorne Pavilion.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a touching and funny play about two people who grew up together, went their separate ways, but continued to share confidences through letters.February 16En Fuego, Burning Stones Plaza. Copper Mountain.Copper heats up the night with En Fuego this winter. Come out to Copper for a street party not to be missed. Copper is literally on fire with stomp and rhythm performers, a bonfire to keep you warm, Ski & Ride School torchlight parade, fire jugglers and the grand finale – fireworks over the mountain. 6-8 p.m.February 17 – 20Travels with my Aunt, Breckenridge Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a Backstage Theatre comedy about a bachelor bank clerk and his journey with his elderly aunt across Europe, Istanbul and South America.February 18 – 20Lucky Stiff, Lake Dillon Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a funny murder mystery farce about an English shoe salesman forced to take the corpse of his recently murdered uncle on vacation to Monte Carlo.February 19Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge, Breckenridge. A free race open to competitors of all ages and abilities. In a dual giant slalom race, skiers and snowboarders compete in one of 23 skier and 12 snowboarder age and gender categories. Call (970) 453-5000 for more information.En Fuego, Burning Stones Plaza, Copper Mountain.Copper heats up the night with En Fuego this winter. Come out to Copper for a street party not to be missed. Copper is literally on fire with stomp and rhythm performers, a bonfire to keep you warm, Ski & Ride School torchlight parade, fire jugglers and the grand finale – fireworks over the mountain. 6-8 p.m.February 2020th Anniversary Rail Jam Series, Breckenridge.Come on out for a Free rail jam every 20th of the month, to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Snowboarding at Breckenridge. Breckenridge was one of the first resorts to allow snowboarding. Be a part of our year-long celebration at the 20th Anniversary of Snowboarding Rail Jam Series. Both skiers and snowboarders are welcome.February 24 – 27Travels with my Aunt, Breckenridge Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a Backstage Theatre comedy about a bachelor bank clerk and his journey with his elderly aunt across Europe, Istanbul and South America.February 25Tribute to Aretha Franklin, Silverthorne Pavilion.Although Linda Styles’ voice has been said to sound like many others, she is widely celebrated for her tribute to Aretha Franklin. Linda’s sultry sound is prominent whether she is singing blues, jazz, R&B or gospel. With a vocal range that allows her versatility, she takes full control and mesmerizes you with her silky style. Show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets are $18.February 25 – 27Lucky Stiff, Lake Dillon Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a funny murder mystery farce about an English shoe salesman forced to take the corpse of his recently murdered uncle on vacation to Monte Carlo.February 26SiTour Winterfest, Arapahoe Basin.Winterfest 2005 is a fun-filled day including cool games, good music, free product samples and great prize giveaways for skiers and boarders alike. Winterfest event sponsors include Neosporin Lip Treatment, Mini Babybel Cheese, Hood Carb Countdown and an Apres Ski party for the 21+ crowd hosted by Samuel Adams. Call (970)468–0718 for more information.February 26 – 27Snowboard Outreach Series, Breckenridge. After a successful fifth season, this amateur series returns to Breckenridge. Snowboarders and skiers of all ages and abilities are welcome to participate in Slopestyle (Feb. 26) and Halfpipe (Feb. 27) competitions benefiting the Snowboard Outreach Society.February 27Wine Tasting, Breckenridge. Come try an assortment of wines, complimented with fresh fruit, cheeses, and antipasto at Ten Mile Station (located atop the Quicksilver chair lift). The cost is $8 per person.

March 3 – 5Travels with my Aunt, Breckenridge Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a Backstage Theatre comedy about a bachelor bank clerk and his journey with his elderly aunt across Europe, Istanbul and South America.March 3 – 6Gravity Games, Copper Mountain.Outdoor Life Networks Winter Gravity Games will be hosted by Copper Mountain. The event will feature approximately 175 of the world’s best athletes competing in nine medal events, including men’s and women’s snowboard halfpipe, men’s and women’s boardercross, men’s and women’s snowboard slopestyle, men’s ski halfpipe, men’s skiercross and men’s ski slopestyle.March 5Big Bill Morganfield, Silverthorne Pavilion.With his latest release, Big Bill Morganfield affirms that the blues is indeed in his blood. The appropriately titled “Blues in the Blood” is proof that he inherited more than just a regal blues pedigree and a wonderfully menacing baritone voice from his father – McKinley Morganfield, better know as Muddy Waters. Show starts at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $15. March 4 – 6Lucky Stiff, Lake Dillon Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a funny murder mystery farce about an English shoe salesman forced to take the corpse of his recently murdered uncle on vacation to Monte Carlo.March 5Tubbs Romp to Stomp Out Breast Cancer Snowshoe Walk, Frisco.Help stomp out Breast Cancer by doing something fun with your friends, sponsored by Tubbs snowshoes. Call 1-800-882-2748 for more information. March 62nd Annual Dogterra Event, Gold Run Nordic Center, Breckenridge. Begins at 9 a.m. Canine, skier and snowshoer multi-event fundraiser for L.A.P.S. Variety of fun and competitive events. Call Jim Sanders at (970) 547-7889 for details.Copper Mountain Snowboard Series – Dual GS & SlalomRegistration will be held at Jacks from 8-9 a.m., Center Village, on the day of the event. Practice is 8:30-9:30 a.m. at the venue.Mandatory: 9:45 a.m. riders briefing at the top of the course. Competition starts at 10 a.m. Awards are at 3:30 p.m. in Burning Stones Plaza (base of the American Eagle Lift).March 11 – 13Lucky Stiff, Lake Dillon Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a funny murder mystery farce about an English shoe salesman forced to take the corpse of his recently murdered uncle on vacation to Monte Carlo.March 12Copper Mountain Snowboard Series – Superpipe CompetitionRegistration will be held at Jacks from 8-9 a.m., Center Village, on the day of the event. Practice is 8:30-9:30 a.m. at the venue.Mandatory: 9:45 a.m. riders briefing at the top of the course. Competition starts at 10 a.m. Awards are at 3:30 p.m. in Burning Stones Plaza (base of the American Eagle Lift). Open to skiers and snowboarders.En Fuego, Burning Stones Plaza, Copper Mountain.Copper heats up the night with En Fuego this winter. Come out to Copper for a street party not to be missed. Copper is literally on fire with stomp and rhythm performers, a bonfire to keep you warm, Ski & Ride School torchlight parade, fire jugglers and the grand finale – fireworks over the mountain. 6-8 p.m.March 13Copper Mountain Snowboard Series – Slopestyle Competition.Registration will be held at Jacks from 8-9 a.m., Center Village, on the day of the event. Practice is 8:30-9:30 a.m. at the venue.Mandatory: 9:45 a.m. riders briefing at the top of the course. Competition starts at 10 a.m. Awards are at 3:30 p.m. in Burning Stones Plaza (base of the American Eagle Lift). Open to skiers and snowboarders.March 16En Fuego, Burning Stones Plaza, Copper Mountain.Copper heats up the night with En Fuego this winter. Come out to Copper for a street party not to be missed. Copper is literally on fire with stomp and rhythm performers, a bonfire to keep you warm, Ski & Ride School torchlight parade, fire jugglers and the grand finale – fireworks over the mountain. 6-8 p.m.March 17St. Patricks Day Celebration, Copper Mountain.Enjoy St. Pattys Day with an Alpine twist on Irish tradition with music, spirits and plenty of green beer.March 17 – 20Fuddy Meers, Breckenridge Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a Backstage Theatre comedy about a woman with a rare form of amnesia that erases her memory whenever she goes to sleep.March 18Summit Bouldering Series, Breckenridge Recreation Center.Runs from 5-9 p.m. Part of the American Bouldering Series, this series is geared for climbers ages 8 through adult, beginner to expert. $15 for Breckenridge Recreation Center Pass Holders, $20 for non pass holders. Contact Nathan Love at (970) 547-4324 for information.March 19Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge, Breckenridge. A free race open to competitors of all ages and abilities. In a dual giant slalom race, skiers and snowboarders compete in one of 23 skier and 12 snowboarder age and gender categories. Call (970) 453-5000 for more information.Copper Mountain Snowboard Series – Superpipe Competition.Registration will be held at Jacks from 8-9 a.m., Center Village, on the day of the event. Practice is 8:30-9:30 a.m. at the venue.Mandatory: 9:45 a.m. riders briefing at the top of the course. Competition starts at 10 a.m. Awards are at 3:30 p.m. in Burning Stones Plaza (base of the American Eagle Lift). Open to skiers and snowboarders.En Fuego, Burning Stones Plaza, Copper Mountain.Copper heats up the night with En Fuego this winter. Come out to Copper for a street party not to be missed. Copper is literally on fire with stomp and rhythm performers, a bonfire to keep you warm, Ski & Ride School torchlight parade, fire jugglers and the grand finale – fireworks over the mountain. 6-8 p.m.March 2020th Anniversary Rail Jam Series, Breckenridge.Come on out for a Free rail jam every 20th of the month, to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Snowboarding at Breckenridge. Breckenridge was one of the first resorts to allow snowboarding. Be a part of our year-long celebration at the 20th Anniversary of Snowboarding Rail Jam Series. Both skiers and snowboarders are welcome.Copper Mountain Snowboard Series – Slopestyle Competition.Registration will be held at Jacks from 8-9 a.m., Center Village, on the day of the event. Practice is 8:30-9:30 a.m. at the venue.Mandatory: 9:45 a.m. riders briefing at the top of the course. Competition starts at 10 a.m. Awards are at 3:30 p.m. in Burning Stones Plaza (base of the American Eagle Lift). Open to skiers and snowboarders.March 23En Fuego, Burning Stones Plaza, Copper Mountain.Copper heats up the night with En Fuego this winter. Come out to Copper for a street party not to be missed. Copper is literally on fire with stomp and rhythm performers, a bonfire to keep you warm, Ski & Ride School torchlight parade, fire jugglers and the grand finale – fireworks over the mountain. 6-8 p.m.March 24 – 27Fuddy Meers, Breckenridge Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a Backstage Theatre comedy about a woman with a rare form of amnesia that erases her memory whenever she goes to sleep.March 25Comedy show with Tom Ketchner, Silverthorne Pavilion.Show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $12. Call (970)262-7396 for more information.March 27Beach’n Egg Hunt, Arapahoe Basin.Starts at 12:00 p.m. Bring the kids for a one-of-a-kind Easter Egg Hunt in the snow. Egg hunt for nonskiing children will begin at noon on the Molly Hogan hill. The egg hunt for the skiing children will be held on Wrangler at 1:00 p.m. Non-denominational church service begins at 1:00 p.m located just below the top of the Exhibition Lift. Easter Egg Hunt, Breckenridge. Its time for Breckenridges annual Easter Egg Hunt. Grab your Easter basket, take the chair lift up the mountain and start hunting. Eggs will be filled with candy and mountain money and will be placed on Peak 8. One lucky egg will have a voucher for a free season pass inside. Easter Celebration, Copper Mountain.Easter games and activities for the entire family including a Grand Easter Egg Hunt for the kids.March 31 – April 3Fuddy Meers, Breckenridge Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a Backstage Theatre comedy about a woman with a rare form of amnesia that erases her memory whenever she goes to sleep.

April 1April Fools Day, Breckenridge.Blue River Plaza party with live music, BBQ, volleyball tournament and crowning of the Breckenridge Town Fool.April 1 – 3South Pacific, Lake Dillon Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a concert version of one of Americas favorite musicals with all of the songs, not all of the dialogue of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Pulitzer Prize winning musical.April 1 – 17Bite of BreckenridgeGuests and locals can take advantage of this delicious opportunity to dine out with a variety of three course meal offerings at participating restaurants.Massive Shopping, Breckenridge.Put a little spring in your shopping with the Way to Go Breck card and sales around town. Shopping events include visiting artists, previews of next years merchandise, fashion showcases and visits with ski/snowboard reps.April 2Mountain Dew Vertical Challenge Finals, Breckenridge. Racers from around the country congregate in Breckenridge in order to determine the best of the best. In a dual giant slalom race, skiers and snowboarders compete in one of 23 skier and 12 snowboarder age and gender categories. E-Chair Challenge, Breckenridge.Be a part of the third annual E-Chair Challenge, this exciting event features two-person teams tackling E-Chair on the grueling North-side of Peak 9 for an all out endurance battle royal. The format is simple, lap E-Chair more times than any other team on the runs of your choice to take home the top prize.Call Avalanche Sports for registration and info (970) 453-1461.En Fuego, Burning Stones Plaza, Copper Mountain.Copper heats up the night with En Fuego this winter. Come out to Copper for a street party not to be missed. Copper is literally on fire with stomp and rhythm performers, a bonfire to keep you warm, Ski & Ride School torchlight parade, fire jugglers and the grand finale – fireworks over the mountain. 6-8 p.m.April 2 – 9USASA National Championship, Copper Mountain.Over a thousand snowboarders between the ages of 4 and 74 across the country will convene at Copper to participate in a week of competitions and daily festivities.April 2 – 17Sunsation 2005, Copper Mountain.Copper will be sizzling when Sunsation, Coppers end-of-season blowout bash returns for its fifth year with three weekends of free live bands, entertainment, on-hill events including the infamous Eenie Weenie Bikini Contest, barbecues, beer gardens and more. Past entertainment has included Karl Denson, Little Hercules and The Greyboy Allstars. April 6En Fuego, Burning Stones Plaza, Copper Mountain.Copper heats up the night with En Fuego this winter. Come out to Copper for a street party not to be missed. Copper is literally on fire with stomp and rhythm performers, a bonfire to keep you warm, Ski & Ride School torchlight parade, fire jugglers and the grand finale – fireworks over the mountain. 6-8 p.m.April 7 -10Fuddy Meers, Breckenridge Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a Backstage Theatre comedy about a woman with a rare form of amnesia that erases her memory whenever she goes to sleep.Massive Rail Jam: Benefit for Matt Wyffels, Breckenridge.Skiers and boarders grind it out at this Massive Rail Jam, benefiting Matt Wyffels, a competitive snowboarder who was paralyzed a few years ago. With prize money on the line for each rail, this event is sure to be a rail-sliding extravaganza. All proceeds will be donated to Matt for his physical therapy, which has taught him how to walk and snowboard again despite his paralysis. There will be prizes, giveaways and live music. Helmets required. Entry is limited to 125 participants. Call Breckenridge Ski Resort at (970) 453-3228.April 9Massive Slopestyle, Breckenridge. Skiers and riders throw down in this progressive freestyle competition in the Freeway Terrain Park. A massive cash purse is on the line with each rider being judged on overall style, technical difficulty and creativity. Whether competing or watching, the Massive Slopestyle should not to be missed. Helmets required. Entry is limited to 125 participants.Call Breckenridge Ski Resort at (970) 453-3228.April 9 – 10 Snowbash Celebrity Ski Weekend, Breckenridge.Professional sports celebrities partner up with disabled skiers and inner-city youth to compete in a team ski race. This weekend fundraiser also features a gala dinner, sports themed silent auction, awards celebration and concert.April 10Massive Superpipe, Breckenridge. A festival of Massive proportions calls for an equally Massive Superpipe Competition. Dont miss world-class riders and local amateurs competing in the No. 2 pipe in North America (rated by Transworld Snowboarding). As if the 18-foot walls werent enough to keep you gasping for air, the tricks that these skiers and riders have up their sleeves are sure to blow you away. Add to that a cash purse, and you know youre in for a huge competition. Entry is limited to 125 participants. Helmets required.Call Breckenridge Ski Resort at (970) 453-3228.April 14 – 16Fuddy Meers, Breckenridge Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a Backstage Theatre comedy about a woman with a rare form of amnesia that erases her memory whenever she goes to sleep.April 15 – 16Summit Foundation Hockey Classic, Breckenridge.The hockey matches feature former NHL and college players, Summit County firefighters and law enforcement along with local celebrities and personalities. Come and join the fun at the indoor Stephen C. West Ice Arena, complete with popcorn, beer and hot dogs.April 15 – 17Paddle Fest, Silverthorne Pavilion.Whitewater, touring and recreational products will be on display and for sale. This is a great opportunity for consumers to check out the new 2005 products, purchase many products at a discount and pick up some blow out, heavily discounted merchandise.April 16Imperial Challenge, Breckenridge.A grueling 3-stage race that includes biking, hiking to the top of Imperial Bowl and descending to the base of Peak 8 on the athletes choice of equipment.April 16 – 17Massive Music, Breckenridge.Dive into the massive fun with the 2005 Massive Music Weekend. Get ready for a musical explosion as bands and DJs from around the country infiltrate Breckenridge to kick off Spring Massive. The highlight of this weekend is a free concert in town at the Riverwalk Center, where DJ Logic will get things started and Fishbone will round out night the with a blend of meshing styles of music, such as metal, rap, funk, ska and even a little reggae. Don’t miss the cutting edge line up of DJs and bands at various clubs around town and all over the mountain at locations like the Bergenhof Restaurant, TenMile Station, Vista Haus, the Maggie and more. Call 970-453-5000 for more information. April 1720th Anniversary Rail Jam Finals, Breckenridge. The finals of the free rail jam series will finish out the year-long celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Snowboarding. By entering the Rail Jam series throughout the season, you can be qualified for the closing day finals.Closing Day, Breckenridge.April 17 26Annual Bump Buffet, Breckenridge.A long standing Breckenridge spring skiing event with telemarkers tackling the bumps on High Anxiety.April 2016th Annual Enduro, Arapahoe Basin.Only “The Legend” would bring you this 10-hour extravaganza. Local skiers, boarders and Basin fanatics prove themselves for 10 grueling hours on our most intense terrain. 67 runs is the record to beat. From 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.April 24KidzFest at the Silverthorne Pavilion10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Learn about summer activities for kids including day camps, child care, recreation programs and much more! Lots of games and free entertainment.More info: 970-262-7396April 30 3rd Annual The Grind, Arapahoe Basin.An uphill, downhill adventure race! After climbing 2,000 vertical feet to Little Lenawee Peak you’ll ski or ride down double black diamond North Pole and the Lower East Wall. Starts at 10 a.m. Call (970)468-0718 for more information.



May 7Shakin at the Basin, Arapahoe Basin.A-Basins free May concert series with bands to be announced. Shows start at 1 p.m.2nd Annual Mountain Antique Expo 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.$1 admission fee to the public. Brouse and buy from over 20 cerfified antique dealers. For more info, call (970) 262-7396May 82nd Annual Mountain Antique Expo 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.$1 admission fee to the public. Brouse and buy from over 20 cerfified antique dealers. For more info, call (970) 262-7396May 14Shakin at the Basin, Arapahoe Basin.A-Basins free May concert series with bands to be announced. Shows start at 1 p.m.May 21Shakin at the Basin, Arapahoe Basin.A-Basins free May concert series with bands to be announced. Shows start at 1 p.m.May 26 – 28Talking Things Over with Chekhov, Breckenridge Theatre.Begins at 7:30 p.m. a Backstage Theatre production about an off-the-wall playwright who draws inspiration from extended conversations with Chekhov. His ex-girlfriend is an actress who wants to make her dramatic comeback in Jeremys new play. The two fight, make-up and fight again in this loopy comedy about artistic temperament and the creative process.May 28Shakin at the Basin, Arapahoe Basin.A-Basins free May concert series with bands to be announced. Shows start at 1 p.m.May 29Memorial Weekend Beach Party/ 4th Annual Festival of the Brewpubs, Arapahoe Basin.Join us for our biggest party of the year! Enjoy beer samplings from local breweries with the purchase of an official brewfest mug. Free, live entertainment. Starts at 12 p.m.May 30Shakin at the Basin, Arapahoe Basin.A-Basins free May concert series with bands to be announced. Shows start at 1 p.m.


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