Grand County is drawing everyone in this summer. Find never-ending fun and family-friendly events from June into September that are centered on live-music, delicious food, and Western spirit. With so much to choose from, there's an event or two for everyone to love this season in Grand County. View our full events calendar for more summer fun in Grand County!
To help with the planning, we've highlighted some of our favorite summer events for you:
It's time to cowgirl and cowboy up for this Middle Park tradition! The event kicks off with a dance at the Fairgrounds Friday night. For a full event schedule, visit the Middle Park Fair & Rodeo site. To become a sponsor, contact Chris Murphy (970) 389-3000 or Janet Engel (720) 635-6996.
Hot Sulphur Days is not only a fun community and family event but also a celebration of the Town of Hot Sulphur Springs as well as a fundraiser for town projects and for funding youth activities. Every second weekend in June for the past 50+ years Hot Sulphur Days, with help from volunteers and sponsors, has been one of the first events to begin the summer season in Grand County. Activities include a BBQ lunch, kid and family games, a pie contest, live music, a parade, fireworks and much more. It’s a low-key event packed with fun activities for the whole family.
Blues from the Top 17 is presented by the Grand County Blues Society. Lineup includes Lucinda Williams, The Allman Betts Band, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, Samantha Fish, Danielle Nicole Band, Selwyn Birchwood, Tinsley Ellis, Jimmy Vivino + The Kate Moss 3, and more to be announced! This family-friendly, two-day festival takes place at Hideaway Park in downtown Winter Park (78821 US Hwy 40, Winter Park, CO 80482). Ticket information, line up, volunteer and vendor opportunities may be found on www.Bluesfromthetop.org.
Join us for bull riding, barrel racing, mutton bustin’ and more! Junior Rodeos start at 3 PM, Open Performances at 7 PM. Concessions open at 5:30 PM. 7 pm performances: RAIN OR SHINE! Limited covered seating area. The Granby Rodeo is located at the Flying Heels Arena on Highway 40 across from City Market and McDonald's. The address is 62819 US Highway 40 in Granby, Colorado. There are no reserved seats for this event, so get there early! For more information call (970) 531-5465
Exciting rodeo entertainment for families and groups including Bull Riding, Clown Acts, Mutton Bustin', Barrel Racing, Roping, and much more. Junior Rodeo begins at 3:00pm. Main performance begins at 7:00pm. Enjoy our western BBQ - 4:00 - 9:00pm. Rain or Shine, we have covered stands. For more information and special events, please check out our website at www.HighCountryStampede.com
This long-time tradition in Kremmling is a community celebration featuring Fireman Games, home-baked pies, live music, contests and much, much more! The weekend kicks off Friday evening with a concert in the park, and continues Saturday morning with a parade down Park Avenue.