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Summit County Events Calendar

Things to Do in Keystone & Dillon

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Check out some of the amazing winter and summer activities available in the area while planning your stay with Seymour Lodging.

  • Beach’N Egg Hunt

    Sunday, March 27, 2016
    Arapahoe Basin Base and on Mountain

    Come out and see the Easter Bunny at A-Basin perfect for both skiers and non-skiers. The cost is Free. Find the bunny around the mountain:10:30am bottom of Molly Hoganand an egg hunt will begin then again at 11:30am Wrangler near the North Fork entrance of the slopes eggs will be able to be found. Wrangle your kids together and search for 5,000 eggs hidden on the mountain at this annual event. 

  • Easter Egg Hunt

    Sunday, March 27, 2016
    Keystone Mountain Base Area

    Bring the kids to search for hundreds of Easter Eggs left on the mountain in an area set aside for this annual egg hunt. There will be two areas one for ages 1-5 and another area for kids aged 6-10.

  • Keystone Resort Closes

    April 10, 2016
    Keystone Resort | 100 Dercum Square, Keystone, CO 80435

    Keystone Resort concludes its 2015-2016 ski season today. We hope you had a great year on the slopes!

  • Slush Cup

    Sunday, April 10, 2016

    Closing weekend at Keystone is a huge party. Be sure to come out in your favorite costume and be prepared to make a spectacle of yourself as you try winning one of three Summit Passes for the 2016/2017 season. Awards are given for the best costume on display during the event, the most amazing crash, and the best overall. If you’re not up for such an event you might win one of the other prizes and giveaways. The Invaders will be playing to end the year on a high note. 

  • Closing Day at Keystone

    Sunday, April 10, 2016

    Make sure to get your last runs in as this will be the final day Keystone is open for the season this year. 

  • Spring Concert Series

    Starts Saturday, April 30, 2016 every Saturday - June, 4, 2016
    Base Area Plaza at Arapahoe Basin Ski Resort

    Come out and enjoy a series of 6 concerts this season at the base of A-Basin. It’s free and family friendly.Food and beverage is available for purchase during these concerts. 

  • Arapahoe Basin’s 2016 Festival of the Brewpubs (15th Annual)

    Sunday, May 29, 2016 12pm-4pm
    Arapahoe Basin | 22859 U.S. 6 Keystone, CO

    For just $25 sample beer from 12 breweries that are found in Colorado. Enjoy live music and food stations for an additional cost. Be sure to partake in some spring time skiing at A Basin before you enjoy the local beers.

  • Run the Rockies Road Race 10k & Half Marathon

    June 4, 2016

    In its 40th year, this road race offers runners a 10k and half marathon along the Ten Mile Range on the paved recreation path. Half marathon starts at 8am. 10k starts at 8:30am. Buses will shuttle racers to the start of the race at Copper Mountain. 

  • 2016 Colorado BBQ Challenge in Frisco

    Thursday June 16, 2016 - Saturday June 18, 2016

    This weekend of great food starts off with a kickoff concert (no BBQ will be available on Thursday. On Friday and Saturday be prepared as the contender’s fire up their grills in this event that’s celebrating its 23rd year. On Friday the competition goes from 11:00am-9:00 pm and on Saturday from 10:00 am to 6:00pm. Around 70 BBQers will compete for a number of awards. Other events will be going on around town. 

  • Keystone Blue Ribbon Bacon Tour

    Saturday, June 25, 2016 - Sunday, June 26, 2016 1pm-6pm

    Serving up over 3,000 pounds of bacon in every imaginable kind and size that you can imagine. Discover everything from a new cold treat made with bacon to drinks made with this popular treat. As you enjoy your bacon take in the free live music at the base of the mountain. 

  • Frisco’s Fabulous 4th of July

    Monday, July 4, 2016

    Frisco puts on a spectacular fireworks display over the Dillon Reservoir every year. Experience quintessential small town events complete with a pancake breakfast to start the holiday off right. A great time for the whole family that can’t be missed. 

  • Keystone Celebrates the 4th of July

    Monday, July 4, 2016

    Start your day off at Keystone with a fishing derby and the annual bike parade down the streets of Keystone Resort. During the day feed the whole family with some delicious BBQ while listing to live music. End the day with a fireworks show. This year’s band is Trout Steak Revival and The Burroughs. 

  • Frisco Triathlon

    Saturday, July 16, 2016

    Open to all ability levels this triathlon is in its 3rd year. This race is a bit different than your typical triathlon, it features Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP), mountain biking and trail running. Participants are responsible with providing their own equipment for each leg of the race – rentals are available for SUP. 

  • Keystone’s Wine and Jazz Festival

    Saturday July 16, 2016 - Sunday July 17, 2016

    Enjoy eight different jazz bands that will play throughout this weekend festival that allows guests 21 and older to sample more than 300 different wines. If you’re a wine connoisseur or just enjoy tasting some finer vintages this is the festival for you. Cost: $30-$100 + fees

  • Keystone Art Festival

    Saturday July 30 - Sunday July 31, 2016 10am to 5pm

    During your vacation it’s always fun to pick up a new piece of art that reminds you of your stay in Colorado. Find a new piece to take home from over 100 artists Keystone art festival. Located in River Run Village.

  • Keystone Bluegrass and Beer Festival

    Saturday August 6 - Sunday August 7, 2016 12pm-5:30pm

    Discover a new favorite Colorado brewery as you take in some music by some of the finest Bluegrass players in the United States. Tickets for unlimited tasting of over 100 beers from at least 30 breweries are $40 presale and at the door $45. If you’d like to make a weekend of beer tasting, the tickets are $75 presale and $80 at the door of the event. Tickets include unlimited tasting and are only available to those that are 21 years or older ID’s will be checked. Guests younger than 21 years of age are invited to enjoy the multiple bluegrass bands that will take the stage at no cost. 

  • Keystone’s Mountain Music Fest

    Saturday, August 20, 2016 12pm-9:30pm

    This event celebrates all that makes Colorado great. Grab a bite to eat from a local food vendor as you listen to national music acts. Check out other vendors and pick up a Colorado souvenir. The evening will end with a fireworks show. Tasting tickets will be available for purchase each ticket will be worth $1. 

  • Fall Fest in Frisco

    September 10, 2016 10am-6pm

    View and purchase regional and local art as you enjoy live music and taste some of the best flavors of Frisco. This is a popular local event that is family friendly with activities for kids and adults alike. Tickets ($2--$6) will be available to taste small plates of signature dishes from Frisco’s best restaurants. 

  • Breckenridge Film Festival 2016

    September 14, 2016 - September 18, 2016
    Breckenridge, Colorado

    Since 1981 the Breckenridge Film Festival has brought a variety of independent films, educational programs, film premieres and receptions to the Rocky Mountains. Come be a part of the 36th anniversary of this unique festival held less than 20 miles from Keystone.  

  • 9th Annual Wassail Days in Frisco

    December 2 - December 16, 2016

    Join in this local favorite event where hot spiced cider is server all over Frisco, Colorado. Take on the challenge of trying at least 12 different types of Wassail. If you keep track of your 12 Wassail drinks you can earn a commemorative mug to celebrate your achievement. During this two week event there’s many family events including an Ugly Sweater Challenge, Soup Cup Classic complete with unlimited soup tasting and snow tubing. Events will be updated on this page in the future:

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