3rd Annual Breck Pride Kicks Off April 3-7, 2019
BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. – Feb. 27, 2019 – The third annual Breck Pride celebration returns to the iconic slopes and historic streets of Breckenridge with daily events and entertainment April 3-7, 2019. The growing annual LGBTQ event, hosted by Breckenridge Ski Resort and the Breckenridge Tourism Office, is packed with fun events and experiences on and off the snow, including daily ski meetups, après parties and dance parties, live music, DJs, an on-mountain Color Run Parade, Drag Bingo and much more. New this year, included in the Breck Pride event registration is an exclusive sneak-peak Pride Pass to the Breckenridge Spring Beer Festival on Saturday, April 6.
It’s a week for everyone – LGBTQ, straight, skiers, snowboarders, beginners, experts, supporters – come one, come all. Save up to 30 percent off on lodging during Breck Pride, with rates starting at $149 per night, when you book at Breckenridge.com.
BRECK PRIDE HIGHLIGHTS: For a full list of events and registration information please visit www.breckpride.com
Beaver Run Coppertop Après Ski Party: April 4 – 6
Known for its happening après scene, Coppertop at Beaver Run will serve as the daily meet up spot after hitting the slopes for a not-to-be-missed Après Ski event featuring specialty cocktails. Located just off the ski slopes at the base of Breckenridge Ski Resort’s Peak 9, the party runs from 3-6 p.m.
Drag Bingo: April 5
Bingo is not just for Grandma anymore! Come dressed to impress and get your glamour on with Dixie Krystals and Shirley Delta Blow. Join Divas as they dazzle you with hosted bingo and not-to-be-missed performances at Kenosha’s steakhouse.
Color Run Parade: April 6
Put on your most festive Pride costume for the on-mountain Color Run Parade starting at TenMile Station on Peak 9. A DJ will be on-hand when the parade heads down the hill at 3:30 p.m. and finishes at The Beaver Run Resort for the Pride Après Ski party at Coppertop.
Breckenridge Spring Beer Festival: April 6
Known for featuring some of the top brews from all over the world, views of the breathtaking Ten Mile Range and live music to top it off. A portion of proceeds benefit The Cycle Effect, a local non-profit organization that empowers young women to build brighter futures and stronger communities through mountain biking.
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About the Breckenridge Ski Resort
Breckenridge Ski Resort boasts five huge peaks, 2,908 acres, four terrain parks, a 22 foot Superpipe, 11 bowls, North America’s highest chairlift and some of the country’s best High Alpine terrain. Situated above a historic mining town, Breck is a vibrant mountain community with a contagious energy that fuels discovery and passion for life.
About the Town of Breckenridge
In the 1800s, prospectors flooded what was to become Breckenridge, Colorado with the hopes of striking gold (and they found it). Today, travelers discover an adventurous mountain community that feels historic yet timeless. Breckenridge is where old-school charm and new-school modern amenities merge with close to 200 shops, restaurants and taphouses showcasing endless character. As one of the nation’s premier year-round destinations, Breckenridge visitors feel welcome and, when here, feel local.
Breckenridge Ski Resort, Sara Lococo, email@example.com, (970) 496-3210
Breckenridge Tourism Office, Austyn Dineen, firstname.lastname@example.org, (970) 453-5064
Breck Pride, Dean Nelson, dean@departuresXdean.com, (778) 829-9747