Independence Day weekend festivities to culminate with a patriotic concert, fire dancing, and fireworks
By Summit Voice
BRECKENRIDGE — Weather permitting, this year’s fireworks will be set off from the roof of the Welcome Center for increased visibility in Breckenridge’s downtown. To accommodate this improvement, Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic for the full day on Monday from Ski Hill Road to Adams Avenue. The fireworks will be most visible from the Riverwalk Center lawn, the Blue River Plaza, and the intersection of Main and Washington Streets.
Other 4th of July festivities in Breckenridge include the morning parade, a free afternoon concert by Rusted Root at Riverwalk Center, and the July Art Festival. Check out this June 22 story in the Summit Voice for more details about all the events taking place in Breckenridge over the Independence Day weekend.
Reserve a spot at the Fourth of July Garden Party at the Barney Ford Museum for mimosas, breakfast, and a great view of the parade.
The fireworks will be preceded by a fire dancing show by Cosmic Fire Dance from 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Main Street by the Welcome Center, and the National Repertory Orchestra patriotic concert will be simulcast in the Blue River Plaza at the same time.
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