The 4th of July in Snowmass and Aspen is a fun time to be in the Rocky Mountains. There truly is no better way to celebrate America than while taking in spectacular mountain views, an old-fashioned parade in downtown Aspen, and picnics with plenty of watermelon and hot dogs. Visit Aspen and Snowmass this summer, and discover all that the area has to offer during the 4th of July.
The Independence Day fun begins with the Boogie’s Buddy Race at 8:00 am. The 5-mile race and 1-mile walk benefit the Buddy Program.
Next on the holiday schedule of events is the opening of America’s Birthday Carnival at 10:00 am. Check out the games, grab a fresh baked pastry, and bid on items in the silent auction.
The Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Parade begins on Main Street at 11:00 am. The 4th of July parade is always a fun event with festive floats, marching bands playing patriotic music, and parade participants decked out in red, white, and blue.
Following the parade, the Aspen Valley Ski Club (AVSC) is hosting a 4th of July picnic at Koch Park. The picnic benefits the AVSC. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children under 10. After filling up on hot dogs and watermelon at the AVSC picnic, head over to the Benedict Music Tent for the Aspen Music Festival free 4th of July concert at 4:00 pm.
At 8:00 pm, the Doctor Robert Beatles Tribute Band will perform a free concert on the corner of Mill and Cooper in downtown Aspen. The band is known for their lively, high quality performances. Around 9:15 pm, the Tribute Band will take a break for the 4th of July fireworks display over Aspen Mountain.
Spend this 4th of July with family and friends in Snowmass and Aspen. Discover comfortable and perfectly situated Snowmass vacation rentals available through Alpine Property Management.
Contact Alpine Property for more information on Aspen and Snowmass vacation rental availability by phone at 1-800-543-0839 or by email.