Mardi Gras in Breckenridge

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Laissez les bons temps rouler!

(or in other words… Let the good times roll!)

Mardi Gras in Breckenridge might not be as long or as wild of a celebration as it is in New Orleans, but we do know how to let the good times roll! Beads, masks and purple, green and gold feathers are sure to be plentiful. Celebrate Mardi Gras in the mountains this year!

Schedule of events from GoBreck:

Saturday, March 1, 2014 by Kelly Hepburn_1Mardi Gras Ball:

Saturday, March 1, 2014 (6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. )

The evening will feature dancing, drinks, great Nawlins style cuisine and the crowning of the Rex and Queen. Entertainment by The Hazel Miller Band.
Where: Beaver Run Resort
When: 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Attire: Summit County Formal a.k.a. anything goes! Guests can wear a Mardi Gras costume, formal ball gown or a favorite mask and pair of blue jeans.

See some of the threads from last year:

Mardi Gras Parad​e:

Mardi Gras in Breckenridge Colorado

Fat Tuesday Celebration Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Where: Main Street
When: 4:30pm
Cost: Free

The procession will stage on North Main Street between Lincoln and Wellington Street and head south to Park Avenue.

Check out the festivities from last year!

Taste a bit of NOLA!

Looking for some Cajun flavors? The Lost Cajun in Breckenridge offers a wide selection of Louisiana cuisine! From fried oysters, po-boys, crawfish etouffee’ to their powder-sugar coated beignets, you can’t go wrong! If you’re not sure what to order, not a problem! When you sit down, you will be brought a sample tray of selection of their best dishes! Wash it all down with some southern sweet tea, a mexican coke or an Abita!

Mardi Gras and King Cakes go hand in hand! Go ahead and order a slice! If you happen to find the baby hidden in your piece, tradition calls that you will be asked to continue the festivities by hosting the next King Cake party.

Need last minute lodging? Visit or call 888.783.8883 x3046 for more information!

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