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83rd Annual Bronc Days – Green Mountain Falls, CO

Jul 29

6970 Lake Street, Green Mountain Falls, CO

Bronc Day is a free one-day, one-of-a-kind family fun western themed event with a pancake breakfast, entertainment, a parade, live music, food trucks, kids’ games, face painting, vendors, horses, bright blue skies, a beautiful lake and so much more! Just a 20-minute drive up scenic Ute Pass (Hwy 24) from Colorado Springs.Bronc Day is one of the longest running historical events in Southern Colorado. It began in 1939 to welcome cowhands, tourists and families who were coming to the Ute Pass area to rodeo, vacation or work the summer trades. Bronc Day became an annual day for friends and family fun and memories. A Parade is again a highlight of the traditional festivities and this year includes horses, antique cars, firetrucks, and surprises! Free kids’ games, monster truck bounce house, vendors selling their wares and fabulous food from our local merchants and local food trucks along with live entertainment, western costumes, and much more. It truly is the friendliest day and a fun-filled event for your family to enjoy each summer!This year's theme is: Ute Pass: Past Present & Future!The ever-popular Pancake Breakfast is returning this year! This will take place at the Church in the Wildwood from 7-10am before the parade. The Friends of the Ute Pass Trails will be sponsoring this loved annual breakfast with proceeds going to enhance their work on the local trail systems.The Grand Marshall for this year’s parade is Margaret Peterson-long-time resident of Green Mountain Falls, Margaret says, “Bronc Day is my favorite day; it makes me feel like I’m 8 years old again.” She has worked tirelessly as a volunteer for many organizations and has served on numerous boards, including Bronc Day, for many years. The Parade starts at 10am.The evening Barn Dance on Friday July 28th 7-9pm, is located in the Green Box Farm Stand featuring long time local band Friends of the Riders. The Firebird food truck will be there too.So put July 28th and 29th on your calendar for a drive to the beautiful town of Green Mountain Falls for the 85th Annual Bronc Day Festival!

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