10 Mile Ride - Destination Ski and Music Event for Deadheads
Frisco events, in the heart of Summit County, attracts thousands to Frisco's historic main street. In October of 2018, The 10 Mile Music Hall opened on Main Street and is positioning itself to be Central Colorado’s number 1 live music venue. Downtown itself is the busiest Frisco events venue. Main Street closes to traffic for art festivals and the ever-popular Colorado BBQ Challenge. Not far off main street is the Frisco Adventure Park and the Frisco Marina. Frisco is located between world class ski resorts Copper Mountain and Breckenridge.
The Frisco Adventure Park is home to a full-service tubing hill with a magic carpet that carries you to the top. The park is also home to a world class bike park, Nordic center, a brand new skate park, rail jam park and day lodge.
Frisco is also surrounded by national forests with many walking and mountain biking trails. There are also paved bike trails surrounding the town. The bike paths take you to Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Keystone, Vail, Dillon and Silverthorne.
There are restaurants and bars or all types to visit before and after and Frisco events that are taking place. And you can also utilize the Summit Stage, a free public transportation system, to take you to and from any Frisco events.
Frisco events and things to do in the Summer
Bike Park, Skateboard Park, Biking, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Marina, Sailing, Stand up Paddle Boarding (SUP), Free Concerts, Disco Golf, Colorado BBQ Challenge, Art Festivals, Historical museum tours and lectures, Free Thursday concerts,
Frisco events and things to do in the Winter
Nordic Skiing, Tubing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Sleigh Rides, Town Bonfire, Wassail days, Santa visits the Museum, Nightmare at the museum, cemetery walks, Brewski, Gold Rush, Fat bike Race, Kids Night Out, Soup Cup Classic, Up & At ‘Em ski Race
Frisco events venues
- Frisco Adventure Park
- 10 Mile Music hall
- Frisco Historic Park and Museum
- Frisco Nordic Center
Denver 1 hour 19 minutes, 72 miles
Copper Mountain 12 minutes, 7.5 miles