Visit Breck

Breckenridge Music is based in the historic mountain town of Breckenridge, Colorado. Breckenridge was populated as a frontier mining town in the 1890s Colorado gold rush, and owes its character of historic charm to the great care and attention paid to preservation of historic buildings in recent decades. After mining had run its course, the Town’s perfect setting for winter sports activities attracted a whole new set of enthusiasts, and the town was reborn as a ski destination, alongside the growing national interest in downhill skiing. Adjacent to multiple attractive ski areas including Breckenridge, A-Basin, Keystone and Copper Mountain, the town is the perfect base for outdoor winter activities.

The Breckenridge Arts District after a snow fall

BRECKENRIDGE ARTS DISTRICT

The Breckenridge Arts District is a hub for creative experience, bringing together studios, galleries, performance spaces, historic landmarks, public art, restaurants, cafes and other creative businesses that animate and populate a vibrant cultural corridor in downtown Breckenridge. The district’s core attraction is a lively arts campus of renovated historic structures that now function as studio spaces for classes, workshops, affordable rentals by local artists and visiting artist-in-residence programs. The Breckenridge Arts District is a Certified District in the Colorado Creative Industries Creative District Program.

Restaurant Partners

GIAMPIETRO PASTA & PIZZERIA

100 North Main Street

CANTEEN TAP HOUSE & TAVERN

208 North Main Street

DOWNSTAIRS AT ERIC’S

111 South Main Street

FATTY’S PIZZERIA

106 South Ridge Street

Hearthstone Restaurant

130 South Ridge Street

Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant & Cantina

600 South Park Avenue


Relish

137 South Main Street

Twist

200 South Ridge Street

Briar Rose

109 Lincoln Avenue

Southridge Seafood Grill

500 South Main Street #2b

Sauce on the Maggie

600 South Park Avenue

Lodging Partners

Covid-19 Policy

Visit Breck

  • The policy will be in effect beginning September 15, 2021.
  • As a requirement of entry, all ticket holders of BCA managed indoor public facilities will be required to present proof of COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of entry, along with a state issued driver’s license or ID. Negative tests will be accepted until October 31, 2021, only. After October 31, 2021, only proof of vaccination will be accepted.
  • Guests ages 2 to 11 who are not eligible to receive a vaccine will be required to wear a mask at all times and must provide proof of a negative covid test within 48 hours