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Breckenridge International Festival of Arts

AUG 14–23

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Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts


BRECKENRIDGE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ARTS | BIFA

Breckenridge Creative Arts is proud to present the inaugural Breckenridge International Festival of Arts (BIFA), a celebration of adventure, play and creativity, which runs August 14–23, 2015. From public radio icons and Chicano rock legends to acrobats on poles and blue-colored trees, BIFA offers an exhilarating program of extraordinary events in spectacular places and spaces across Breckenridge, Colorado. Inspired by themes of environment and mountain culture, the 10-day festival brings together a variety of performances, exhibitions, screenings, workshops, talks and surprise collaborations, with an eclectic mix of music, dance, film, visual arts, open-air spectacle and family entertainment. Dozens of scheduled events, indoors and outdoors, ticketed and free, will be showcased at venues and sites throughout town.


AUSTRALIA’S

THE FRUITS

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Australia’s The Fruits Aug 13–16 | 2:30 pm, 4 pm + 5:30 pm Riverwalk Center Lawn | FREE Australia’s The Fruits is a Melbournebased, open-air performing arts company that produces and performs a remarkable style of work that fuses theater, dance and circus, using the unique elevated medium of sway poles. Perched atop 15-foot-high flexible poles of original design, the troupe delivers a sublime performance, bending and swaying in the air, captivating, and engaging the audience in absolute fascination. Since it began, this ingenious company has created an extensive repertoire that appeals to all cultures and ages, and has thrilled audiences in 50 countries at over 450 international festivals. The company will present their signature work Swoon!, a 20-minute performance where four daredevils tell a spectacular story of love, loss, joy and freedom against a breathtaking backdrop of the Ten Mile Range of the Rocky Mountains. ADVENTURE + PLAY + CREATIVITY | breckcreate.org/bifa


THE BLUE TREES

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The Blue Trees by Konstantin Dimopoulos Aug 13–Sep 14 | On View Daily Various Locations | FREE

The Blue Trees is a project by Egyptian-born artist Konstantin Dimopoulos, which brings environmental consciousness and social action together in a uniquely beautiful and captivating installation. In this internationally renowned event, a series of trees are colored with a water-based, environmentally safe, blue pigment, transforming the trees into sculpture. An ephemeral work, the striking ultramarine trees will gradually revert back to their natural state. During his visit to Breckenridge from August 10–16, Dimopoulos and a team of community volunteers will be coloring trees at several sites in town. The Blue Trees is ultimately a worldwide effort. The Breckenridge installation extends and reinterprets the original project launched in 2011 at the Vancouver Biennale.

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TRAIL MIX Trail Mix 01

Trail Mix 02-04

Aug 13 | FREE 3 pm Illinois Creek Trail

Aug 14 | FREE 9:30 am Iowa Hill Trail 2:30 pm Moonstone Trail 4 pm Illinois Creek Trail

Trail Mix combines art, music, hiking and biking along the trails of Breckenridge through free outdoor concerts and environmental installations, featuring 24 pop-up performances over the 10 days of BIFA. PAGE

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Trail Mix 05–08

Trail Mix 09–11

Aug 15 | FREE 9:30 am Iowa Hill Trail

Aug 16 | FREE 9:30 am Iowa Hill Trail

2:30 pm Moonstone Trail

2:30 pm Moonstone Trail

4 pm Illinois Creek Trail

4 pm Illinois Creek Trail

4 pm Iowa Hill Trail Presented in partnership with Breckenridge Music Festival.


Trail Mix 12–14

Trail Mix 15–17

Aug 18 | FREE 9:30 am Iowa Hill Trail

Aug 19 | FREE 9:30 am Iowa Hill Trail

2:30 pm Moonstone Trail

2:30 pm Moonstone Trail

4 pm Illinois Creek Trail

4 pm Illinois Creek Trail

Trail Mix 18–21

Trail Mix 22–24

Aug 22 | FREE 9:30 am Iowa Hill Trail

Aug 23 | FREE 9:30 am Iowa Hill Trail

2:30 pm Moonstone Trail

2:30 pm Moonstone Trail

4 pm Illinois Creek Trail

4 pm Illinois Creek Trail

4 pm Iowa Hill Trail

FEATURED ENVIRONMENTAL SCULPTORS Steuart Bremner Terry Talty Amy Scofield

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JULIE HUGHES

Abound by Julie Hughes

Aug 14–23 | On View Daily

Old Masonic Hall | FREE

Abound is an installation by San Francisco Bay Area artist Julie Hughes. For this work, Hughes constructs a “forest” of cast paper tree skins and adorns them with handmade decorative forms, evocative of swarms. Hughes’ work reflects on the fragile and sometimes fraught dynamic of our relationship with nature. Part theater and part blanket fort, her dream-like environments poke at the truth of our being in-the-world; the way we work things out for ourselves, navigate our experiences and construct our own realities.

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MICHAEL WARD-BERGEMAN

+ GROANBOX

Michael Ward-Bergeman and

Groanbox with the Breckenridge

Music Festival Orchestra

Aug 15 | 7:30 pm

Riverwalk Center | $25-$40

Groanbox is the trio of accordionist Michael Ward-Bergeman, Canadian percussionist Paul Clifford and Franco-American guitarist and banjo player Cory Seznec. Their music is a melting pot of styles from Nashville to New Orleans, Mali to Romania, anchored by the “Freedom Boot” — a shamanistic six-foot stomping stick carrying bells, nails, rings and over 400 beer bottle tops. Joined onstage by the Breckenridge Music Festival as part of an evening of artistic adventure, Groanbox will mix their deep southern blues with Cajun music, European gypsy reels and woolly mountain folk, performing on accordion, acoustic guitar, banjo, harmonica and myriad pieces of percussion, including a calabash and yew tree log. Presented in partnership with Breckenridge Music Festival. ADVENTURE + PLAY + CREATIVITY | breckcreate.org/bifa


ETHEL’S DOCUMERICA

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Ethel’s Documerica Aug 16 | 7:30 pm Riverwalk Center | $25–$45 Acclaimed nationwide for eclectic programming and virtuoso performances, string quartet ETHEL visits Breckenridge for the Colorado premiere of Documerica, a multimedia performance event and a moving meditation on America’s relationship to our land, our resources and ourselves. Inspired by the Environmental Protection Agency’s Project Documerica— a massive snapshot of America showcased in an astonishing visual trove of images from the EPA archive captured during the recession-plagued tumultuous 1970s—this piece is a musical meditation accompanied by big sky vistas, ghost towns, mountains and slices of urban environments, capturing America’s complicated relationship to its natural landscape. Featuring new music by acclaimed composers Mary Ellen Childs, Grammy Award-winning jazz drummer Ulysses Owens, Jr., Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, and blues man James Kimo Williams, ETHEL is also paired with stunning projections by renowned artist Deborah Johnson. ADVENTURE + PLAY + CREATIVITY | breckcreate.org/bifa


VOLO BY DIAVOLO

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VOLO by Diavolo Aug 18–19 | 7:30 pm Riverwalk Center | $25–$45, $10 Kids The thrill and high-risk athleticism of extreme sports meets the grace and beauty of dance when members of Diavolo leap, fly and twirl from surrealistic sets and oversized structures. Led by former Cirque du Soleil choreographer Jacques Heim, this company pushes the limits of contemporary dance with their gravity-defying choreography and heart-stopping aerobatics. Part sideshow spectacle, part physical dance theater, VOLO features an ensemble of dancers, gymnasts, rock climbers and athletes who create imaginative and innovative works that thrill audiences of all ages.

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ARTCRANK BRK

ARTCRANK BRK

Aug 19–31 | On View Daily

Old Masonic Hall | FREE

An international pop-up show of bicycle-inspired posters, ARTCRANK makes its Breckenridge debut with a multi-week exhibition celebrating bikes with top local design and illustration talent. Billed as “A Poster Party for Bike People,” ARTCRANK BRK will feature hand-made, bicycle-themed posters created by 25 Colorado artists. Admission to the exhibit is free, and limited edition, signed and numbered copies of all posters will be available for $40 each. ARTCRANK made its debut in Minneapolis in 2007 and has held shows in bike-friendly cities in the US, UK and France, including Portland, San Francisco, Denver, London and Paris. PAGE

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BIKE ZOO

Bike Zoo

Aug 20–21 | On View Daily

Festival Square | FREE

The Bike Zoo is dedicated to creating human-powered performances that enliven green-spaces and celebrate the most energy-efficient mode of transportation ever invented. Featuring larger-than-life creatures powered by pedals, the Bike Zoo is a one-of-a-kind blend of puppetry and cycling. Their work was born out of a passion to combine the beauty and strength of human movement with the artistry and theater of puppets, and a dedication to creating interactive works. Explore the pedal-powered art of the Bike Zoo as they bring their fleet of colorful Monarch butterflies to Breckenridge during BIFA and USA Pro Challenge.

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THE REVEREND PEYTON’S BIG DAMN BAND

The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

Aug 20 | 7:30 pm

Festival Square | FREE

The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band has been creating a whirlwind with their riveting and unconventional elixir of muscular and high voltage country blues capped by gritty growling vocals and striking finger picking. Featuring Reverend J. Peyton, his wife Breezy and Ben “Bird Dog” Bussell, the band’s reputation for incendiary live shows promises to make you stomp your feet and dance! This energetic trio – complete with a washboard – blends blues, ragtime, folk, country, and other traditional styles with the sleek modern energy of do-it-yourself, homespun, punk-fueled rock. Presented in conjunction with the Breckenridge stage of the USA Pro Challenge. PAGE

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LOS LOBOS

Los Lobos

Aug 21 | 7:30 pm

Riverwalk Center + Lawn | FREE

Since 1974, East L.A.’s Los Lobos have been exploring the artistic and commercial possibilities of American biculturalism, moving back and forth between their Chicano roots and their love of American rock and roll. Although the band first gained fame as part of the roots-rock revival in the early 1980s, they did not so much strip music down as mix it up, playing Tex-Mex, country, folk, R&B, blues, and traditional Spanish and Mexican music such as boleros and norteùos. Over forty years later, this award-winning band continues to be adored by fans and hailed by critics for their extensive range and enduring influence. Presented in conjunction with the Breckenridge stage of the USA Pro Challenge.

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IRA GLASS

Reinventing Radio: An Evening with Ira Glass

Aug 22 | 7:30 pm

Riverwalk Center | $45-$70

As the host and producer of NPR’s award-winning show “This American Life”, Ira Glass has reinvented radio, finding drama, poignancy and humor in everyday places. Named by Time magazine in 2001 as the “Best Radio Host in America,” Mr. Glass is heard on more than 500 public radio stations each week by over 1.7 million listeners. Glass will explore the art of storytelling and offer humorous slices of real life, culled from public radio’s most original program. Premium seats include a pre-show meet-and-greet with special guest Ira Glass. Presented in partnership with KUNC.

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THE TRIPLETS OF BELLEVILLE

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The Triplets of Belleville Featuring Le Terrible Orchestre de Belleville and composer Benoît Charest Aug 23 | 7:30 pm Riverwalk Center | $25–$45, $10 Kids A decade after it was first brought to the screen, Benoît Charest revives the music of the Oscar-nominated film The Triplets of Belleville with a remarkable cast of musicians in this silent movie-live concert event. Kidnapped by mysterious, squareshouldered henchmen, a Tour de France cyclist named Champion is spirited across the ocean to the teeming metropolis of Belleville. His near-sighted grandmother and faithful dog follow his trail and are taken in by a trio of eccentric jazz-era divas. But the true star of the animated film is the hot jazz score written by Canadian composer Benoît Charest. This screening of the beloved French film transports audiences to the exciting streets of 1920s Paris and Le Jazz Hot. Presented in in partnership with Breckenridge Film Festival. ADVENTURE + PLAY + CREATIVITY | breckcreate.org/bifa


BRECKENRIDGE ARTS DISTRICT + FESTIVAL SQUARE The Breckenridge Arts District serves as the heart of BIFA, bringing together studios, galleries, performance spaces, historic landmarks, public art, restaurants, and cafes that animate and populate a vibrant cultural corridor in downtown Breckenridge. For the 10 days of the festival, the Arts District’s Ridge Street Arts Square becomes Festival Square, a temporary BIFA venue and hub of entertainment on the corner of Washington Avenue and Ridge Street. Festival Square serves as the ultimate pop-up festival hangout, playing host to live musical performances and other social activities.

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FREE EVENING CONCERTS Free concerts are held nightly at Festival Square throughout BIFA. Music starts with the opening act at 6 pm, followed by the headliner at 7:30 pm. Attendees are encouraged to pack a picnic or buy dinner from one of the area restaurants, bring blankets or low-back lawn chairs for seating, and enjoy a great night of entertainment. Visit breckcreate.org/bifa for the full music lineup. *There will be no music on August 21 at Festival Square due to the free Los Lobos concert at Riverwalk Center at 7:30 pm on that same evening.

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Artist Talk: Konstantin Dimopolous Aug 13 | 5:30 pm Old Masonic Hall | FREE Artist Konstantin Dimopoulos will discuss his temporary installation The Blue Trees and the importance of trees to the ecosystem. Artist Talk + Workshop: Julie Hughes Artist Talk: Aug 15 | 6-7 pm | Old Masonic Hall | FREE Artist Workshop: Aug 16 | 2-4 pm | Fuqua Livery Stable | Free Artist Julie Hughes will offer a talk about her work and will host a workshop on casting paper.

BIFA TALKS + WORKSHOPS

Pre-Show Discussion: ETHEL’s Documerica Aug 16 | 6:30 pm Riverwalk Center | FREE with performance ticket String quartet ETHEL transforms an EPA photo project into a multimedia feast with newly commissioned works. Prior to the performance, a panel of local experts will present a survey of current climatological and environmental issues for discussion. Artist Talk: Charles Youel Aug 18 | 7 pm Old Masonic Hall | FREE ARTCRANK founder and creative director Charles Youel will discuss how his organization uses creativity to change how people think about bicycles and grow the cycling community. To see the full schedule of classes and workshops being held on the Arts District campus during BIFA, please visit breckcreate.org.

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Festival Launch Reception Aug 13 | 6–8 pm Old Masonic Hall | FREE A kick-off party to officially launch the BIFA season. The evening will feature a cash bar with specialty cocktails, music, and an artist’s reception for Julie Hughes to celebrate her installation, Abound, on view at Old Masonic Hall throughout the festival.

BIFA PARTIES + MIXERS

ARTCRANK BRK Opening Aug 19 | 7–10 pm Old Masonic Hall | FREE Billed as “A poster party for bike people,” the exhibition’s opening night fete will also offer local craft beverages, live screen-printing, DJ music, and more. Limited edition, signed and numbered copies of all posters will be available for $40 each. Closing Night Party Aug 23 | 9 pm Riverwalk Center | FREE Following the closing night performance of The Triplets of Belleville, come mingle with other festivalgoers at the BIFA closing night party.

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BIFA VENUES

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Illinois Creek Trail From the Blue River Plaza travel south on Main Street. Turn left on Boreas Pass Rd. The Stephen C. West Ice Arena is on the right. The trail is located at the far end of the ice arena’s parking lot.

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Iowa Hill Trail From the Blue River Plaza travel north on Main Street. At the round-about continue north on Highway 9. At the second stoplight, turn left onto Valley Brook Road and then turn right onto Airport Road. Travel 0.25 miles and the trail head is on the left directly after the Public Works facilities. Parking is available in the dirt lot.

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Moonstone Trail From the Blue River Plaza travel north to Lincoln Ave. Turn right onto Lincoln Ave. Turn right onto S. High St. The trailhead starts at the top of Carter Park.


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BIFA CALENDAR OF EVENTS

All outdoor events are subject to weather cancellations and other delays. Please follow us on Twitter @BreckCreate and facebook.com/BreckCreate for updates. All end times are approximate. Event locations are detailed on pages 26-27.

THU, AUG 13 | PREVIEW DAY 3–10 pm 2:30–2:50 pm 3–3:30 pm 4–4:20 pm 5:30–5:50 pm 6–8 pm

The Blue Trees Various Locations Australia’s The Fruits Riverwalk Center Lawn Trail Mix Concert 01 Illinois Creek Trail Australia’s The Fruits Riverwalk Center Lawn Australia’s The Fruits Riverwalk Center Lawn Festival Launch Reception Old Masonic Hall

FRI, AUG 14 | BIFA OPENING 9 am–10 pm 9:30–10 am 11 am–6 pm 2:30–3 pm 2:30–2:50 pm 4–4:20 pm 4–4:30 pm 5:30–5:50 pm 6–7 pm 7:30–9 pm

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The Blue Trees Trail Mix Concert 02 Abound Trail Mix Concert 03 Australia’s The Fruits Australia’s The Fruits Trail Mix Concert 04 Australia’s The Fruits Groanbox Musical Entertainment

Various Locations Iowa Hill Trail Old Masonic Hall Moonstone Trail Riverwalk Center Lawn Riverwalk Center Lawn Illinois Creek Trail Riverwalk Center Lawn Festival Square Festival Square


SAT, AUG 15 9 am–10 pm 9:30–10 am 10 am–6 pm 2:30–3 pm 2:30–2:50 pm 4–4:20 pm 4–4:30 pm 4–4:30 pm 5:30–5:50 pm 6–7 pm 7:30–9 pm 7:30–9:30 pm

The Blue Trees Trail Mix Concert 05 Abound Trail Mix Concert 06 Australia’s The Fruits Australia’s The Fruits Trail Mix Concert 07 Trail Mix Concert 08 Australia’s The Fruits Musical Entertainment Musical Entertainment Michael Ward- Bergeman + Groanbox with BMF Orchestra

Various Locations Iowa Hill Trail Old Masonic Hall Moonstone Trail Riverwalk Center Lawn Riverwalk Center Lawn Illinois Creek Trail Iowa Hill Trail Riverwalk Center Lawn Festival Square Festival Square Riverwalk Center

The Blue Trees Trail Mix Concert 09 Abound Trail Mix Concert 10 Australia’s The Fruits Australia’s The Fruits Trail Mix Concert 11 Australia’s The Fruits Musical Entertainment Musical Entertainment ETHEL’S Documerica

Various Locations Iowa Hill Trail Old Masonic Hall Illinois Creek Trail Riverwalk Center Lawn Riverwalk Center Lawn MoonstoneTrail Riverwalk Center Lawn Festival Square Festival Square Riverwalk Center

SUN, AUG 16 9 am–10 pm 9:30–10 am 12–4 pm 2:30–3 pm 2:30–2:50 pm 4–4:20 pm 4–4:30 pm 5:30–5:50 pm 6–7 pm 7:30–9 pm 7:30–9 pm

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MON, AUG 17 9 am–10 pm 11 am–6 pm 6-7 pm 7:30-9 pm

The Blue Trees Abound Musical Entertainment Musical Entertainment

Various Locations Old Masonic Hall Festival Square Festival Square

The Blue Trees Trail Mix Concert 12 Abound Trail Mix Concert 13 Trail Mix Concert 14 Musical Entertainment Musical Entertainment VOLO by Diavolo

Various Locations Iowa Hill Trail Old Masonic Hall Moonstone Trail Illinois Creek Trail Festival Square Festival Square Riverwalk Center

The Blue Trees Trail Mix Concert 15 Abound Trail Mix Concert 16 Trail Mix Concert 17 Musical Entertainment ARTCRANK BRK Opening Musical Entertainment VOLO by Diavolo

Various Locations Iowa Hill Trail Old Masonic Hall Moonstone Trail Illinois Creek Trail Festival Square Old Masonic Hall Festival Square Riverwalk Center

TUE, AUG 18 9 am–10 pm 9:30–10 am 11 am–6 pm 2:30–3 pm 4–4:30 pm 6–7 pm 7:30–9 pm 7:30–9 pm

WED, AUG 19 9 am–10 pm 9:30–10 am 11 am–6 pm 2:30–3 pm 4–4:30 pm 6–7 pm 7–10 pm 7:30–9 pm 7:30–9 pm

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The Blue Trees Various Locations ARTCRANK BRK Old Masonic Hall Abound Old Masonic Hall Bike Zoo Festival Square Musical Entertainment Festival Square Reverend Peyton’s Festival Square Big Damn Band*


FRI, AUG 21 9 am–10 pm 11 am–6 pm 11 am–6 pm 12–9 pm 7:30–9:30 pm

The Blue Trees ARTCRANK BRK Abound Bike Zoo Los Lobos*

Various Locations Old Masonic Hall Old Masonic Hall Festival Square Riverwalk Center + Lawn

The Blue Trees Trail Mix Concert 18 ARTCRANK BRK Abound Trail Mix Concert 19 Trail Mix Concert 20 Trail Mix Concert 21 Musical Entertainment Musical Entertainment Ira Glass

Various Locations Iowa Hill Trail Old Masonic Hall Old Masonic Hall Moonstone Trail Illinois Creek Trail Iowa Hill Trail Festival Square Festival Square Riverwalk Center

SAT, AUG 22 9 am–10 pm 9:30–10 am 11 am–6 pm 11 am–6 pm 2:30–3 pm 4–4:30 pm 4–4:30 pm 6–7 pm 7:30–9 pm 7:30–9:30 pm

SUN, AUG 23 | BIFA CLOSING 9 am–10 pm 9:30–10 am 12–4 pm 12–4 pm 2:30–3 pm 4–4:30 pm 6–7 pm 7:30–9 pm 7:30–9:30 pm 9:30–11:30 pm

The Blue Trees Trail Mix Concert 22 Abound ARTCRANK BRK Trail Mix Concert 23 Trail Mix Concert 24 Musical Entertainment Musical Entertainment The Triplets of Belleville Closing Night Party

Various Locations Iowa Hill Trail Old Masonic Hall Old Masonic Hall Illinois Creek Trail MoonstoneTrail Festival Square Festival Square Riverwalk Center Riverwalk Center

* Presented in conjunction with the Breckenridge stage of the USA Pro Challenge.

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BUYING BIFA TICKETS ONLINE Purchase tickets or register for classes at tickets.breckcreate.org BY PHONE Call the Ticket Office at 970 547 3100 All Tickets purchased by phone or online will be available at will call during normal Ticket Office hours. On the day of a performance, the Ticket Office remains open one half hour after a performance has begun. Once the Ticket Office closes for the evening, will call tickets will be with the ushers in the auditorium. Tickets are never mailed. Online performance tickets are available up to two hours prior to the performance, after which tickets must be purchased by phone or in person. IN PERSON Riverwalk Center Ticket Office 150 W. Adams Ave, Breckenridge, 80424 Breckenridge Welcome Center 203 S. Main Street, Breckenridge, 80424 Single tickets only TICKET OFFICE HOURS May 23 – August 23 Tuesday – Sunday 12–5 pm; Closed Mondays Performances on Days Ticket Office is Closed The Ticket Office opens at the performance venue three hours before the performance begins and remains open until 30 minutes after the performance begins. YOUR VISIT TO BRECKENRIDGE Information about travel, accommodations, restaurants and places to visit can be found at breckcreate.org or gobreck.com. PAGE

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BIFA PARTNERS + SPONSORS Breckenridge Creative Arts is grateful to the many contributors whose support makes the inaugural Breckenridge International Festival of Arts possible. We deeply appreciate their support. Founding Partner

Program Partners

Lodging Partner

Creative Partners

LIAM DORAN PHOTOGRAPHY

Media Partners supports the supports the

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Breckenridge International Festival of Arts 2015  

Aug 14-23, 2015 Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts

Breckenridge International Festival of Arts 2015  

Aug 14-23, 2015 Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts