Today’s top five things to do in Summit County |

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

The Machine, a Pink Floyd cover band, will play a free show on Saturday, Aug. 27 at the Dillon Amphitheatre, as part of the town's free concert series.
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Cider Circus

Copper Mountain, Aug. 27

6 p.m., Copper Mountain Resort, 209 Ten Mile Circle. The Greatest Cider Show on Earth features artists, entertainers and aerialists bringing a unique element to this craft beverage tasting event. To purchase tickets and register for the race, visit

First Date – Musical

Silverthorne, Aug. 27 & 28

7:30 p.m. (Aug. 27) & 6:30 p.m. (Aug. 28, The Lake Dillon Theatre Company, 246-X Rainbow Drive. Hailed as ‘a winning crowd pleaser delivered with comic verve and charm’ by New York Times, FIRST DATE is a hysterical and helpful new musical about the chances we all take to find the perfect romantic relationship.

Historic Dredge Boat Hike

Breckenridge, Aug. 27

10 a.m., B&B Trailhead, French Gulch Road. Hike through Breckenridge’s fabled Golden Horseshoe, the location of dozens of early mining operations. Along the way are scenic views and former mine sites. $20/adult, $15/child; weather permitting; reservations required – or 970-453-9767 x2.

Line Dancing

Breckenridge, Aug. 27

6:15 p.m., Old Masonic Hall, 136 South Main Street, Breckenridge. Come join a fun, relaxed atmosphere where you can work on your two-step, glide and shuffle to the beat of country-western music. Get your fix of Western line dance and Honky Tonk. No partner necessary. For questions, call 970 453-3364. Register online at least 24 hours in advance at, or drop-in day of class (based upon availability).

The Machine

Dillon, Aug. 27

7 p.m., Dillon Amphitheatre, W Lodgepole St, Dillon. Americas top Pink Floyd show, has forged a 25 year reputation of excellence, extending the legacy of Pink Floyd, while creating another legacy all their own.

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