Independence Day Celebration in Breckenridge offers a plethora of live music, food, and family activities to keep everyone in a festive mood. Here you will find everything you would like to experience: mountain bike races, a trail run, kids' activities, an art festival, National Repertory Orchestra's free concerts at the Riverwalk Center, an amazing 4th of July fireworks display, and the famous 4th of July parade down Main Street. Sidewalk sales and killer deals at the local merchants are the icing on the cake.
Independence Day 10K Trail Run (July 4, 2020)
This splendid 10K trail running event includes the best views in the Breckenridge region. The race starts from Washington/High Street Intersection and finishes at Carter Park. It is limited to 400 people. The race begins at 7 am and comes to an end just in time to make it to the parade and other celebrations.
The Firecracker 50 Mountain Bike Race (July 4, 2020)
The 4th of July Firecracker 50 Mountain Bike Race takes place on Main Street in front of thousands of spectators. It is scheduled to start at 9:30 am. During the event, participants undertake a 50-mi (80-km) ride on stunning trails through the Breckenridge area. The race usually fills up very fast, so if you plan to take part in this adventure, hurry up.
Main Street Parade (July 4, 2020)
The official parade kicks off at 10 am down the historic Main Street. It usually starts with the Wisconsin marching band and the Red, White, and Blue Color Guard. The parade is followed by a reading of the Declaration of Independence in the Blue River Plaza.
Breckenridge July Arts Festival (July 2–4, 2020)
The Breckenridge July Art Festival is a fascinating annual occasion at the Main Street Station, known to be one of the top art events in the USA. This show features over 100 artists from around the United States, presenting their glass, ceramics, jewelry, painting, fiber, wood, sculpture, and so much more! It is one of those events that shouldn't be missed.
National Repertory Orchestra Concert (July 4, 2020, canceled)
Because of dry conditions, Breckenridge hasn't seen public or private firework displays since January 2019 when the indefinite ban was passed by the Town Council. Yet the city offers another cozy option to finish the celebration—listen to the National Repertory Orchestra Concert. The performance starts at 8 pm at the Riverwalk Center.
Generally, in the month of July, Breckenridge sees longer days, rising temperatures, flowers blooming, and summer coming alive just in time for their most prominent celebration.