#MardiGras in #Breckenridge!
You’d never guess it… but it’s true. Mardi Gras lovers from around the world flock to Breckenridge, Colorado to celebrate as only true Breck lovers know how…. In traditional Mardi Gras style weird costumes of boas, beads, and masks are made all the weirder with parkas, hats, gloves, and general snow gear oddly adding to the overall sense of weird. You really don’t want to miss the fun… or the humor of celebrating Mardi Gras in Breckenridge March 1 – 4, 2014, complete with a Mardi Gras Ball on opening night that includes the crowning of the Rex King and Queen, and a parade of floats and people through the middle of town.
The parade is on Fat Tuesday – March 4th down Main Street and crowds take to the streets to watch the revelry. Restaurants and bars are packed, there is live music, and adults and children alike join the celebration.
Fun, Breck style!
Did we also mention that spring is spectacular in Breckenridge, Colorado? Sunshine sparkles on fresh powder, and skiers and boarders alike celebrate the joys of spring break on the peaks of Breckenridge’s mountains. Considered to be one of the top ski destinations in North America, connoisseurs of pristine snow flock to Breckenridge from around the globe to revel in the wonders of spring skiing in Breckenridge.
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