Steamboat Springs likes a celebration; so much so that we had to limit our events listing to our top picks for summer/fall 2018. Here are our top picks for signature summer events in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. To skip down to ongoing weekly events in Steamboat Springs, click here
June 1 – 3, 2018
Head to downtown Steamboat Springs for a fun-filled weekend of events on the Yampa river. Favorite spectator events include Down River Raft Races, SUP Contest, Crazy River Dog Contest and the Freestyle Kayaking Competition.
The Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup is a sight to behold with over 450 polished Ford Mustangs lining Lincoln Avenue in Downtown Steamboat Springs. Special events include a scenic mountain tour, auto cross, Friday night social and the show ‘n’ shine car show.
June 30 – July 4, 2018
Steamboat Springs celebrates Independence Day over the course of four days with a ton of events going on throughout the town. Family favorites include the Fourth Of July Parade, Block Party, Ski Jumping, 3 days of Pro Rodeo and fireworks!
July 14 – 15, 2018
Steamboat Springs celebrates its 37th annual Hot Air Balloon Rodeo at the scenic Bald Eagle Lake. Arrive early to see the balloons inflate and compete in the balloon rodeo, or stop by at sunset to watch the Balloon Glow against Mount Werner.
August 9 – 12, 2018
Indulge the mind, body & soul at the Steamboat Movement Festival. Spread out over four days, this blossoming annual event offers yoga classes, live music and outdoor adventure from local, regional and national artists and teachers.
August 23-26, 2018
Get charged up for more supercars purring through the streets of Downtown Steamboat Springs – the West’s largest gathering of Corvettes are coming to town for the 65th Annual Anniversary of America’s Sports Car. Don’t miss the Show ‘n’ shine on Saturday.
September 1, 2018
Labor Day Weekend starts off with a flying start at the annual Wild West Air Fest. This spectacular air show offers gravity defying air acrobatics, formation flying and sky-diving show.
September 7 -9, 2018
Mountain biking in Steamboat Springs is always a good time, but add in some spectacular fall colors and you’re in for the BEST time. This fun-filled weekend offers a women’s group ride, BMX clinic, and the Bike Town mountain bike race.
September 15, 2018
The annual Steamboat Springs OctoberWest beer festival invites you to stroll through historic downtown with your signature stein trying out the various beer samples at more than 20 participating local restaurants. We’ll Prost to that!
For additional information on these and other Steamboat summer events, check out our local blog.
Steamboat Springs buzzes with live entertainment, educational tours and local fairs throughout the summer months. Here are our top picks for weekly summer events in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
June 30 – September 30, 2018
Gates open at 5.30 PM
Live music every Saturday at Howelsen Hill in downtown Steamboat Springs. Bring a blanket or chair and take in the beats while the sun goes down over the mountains. No pets, smoking or outside food or beverages allowed . Summer line up includes Kyle Hollingsworth Band, Stephen Marley, Keller Williams’ Petty Grass and more
Friday & Saturday nights
June 15 – August 11, 2018
Events begin at 7.30 PM
Steamboat Springs is famous for its cowboy flair, so don’t miss out on seeing the real thing in action at the weekly pro rodeo at Brent Romick Arena on 5th Street. Events include bull riding, barrel racing, team roping and steer wrestling. Spectator tickets cost $20/adult, $10 kids 7 – 15 yrs, little buckaroos aged 6 and under are free!
June 9 – September 15, 2018
From 9 AM – 2 PM
Stroll through Downtown Steamboat Springs taking in the sights and sounds of 100+ vendors selling locally produced foods, arts & crafts. Grab a mid-morning crepe, freshly baked pie, or check out the many artisan offering from cowhide purses to classic mountain photography. Live music creates a fun and festive vibe from 11 AM – 1 PM.
June 28 – August 16, 2018
Music from 12.15 PM – 1 PM
Enjoy a picnic by the river and listen to live music at the weekly Music On The Green. Each week offers up it’s own genre of music, from classical, to folk, brass and bluegrass. The Yampa River Botanic Park is located on 1000 Pamela Lane, offering six acres of carefully crafted gardens with ponds, sculptures and easy walking pathways.