- Vail, Colorado in Vail, CO
Four days of education in the creative process, this festival brings together filmmakers, celebrities and those who have a great appreciation of that art form. Via screenings and panel discussions, innovative storytelling techniques are explored. Do not miss the fabulous opening and closing night parties!
- Breckenridge, Colorado, U.S.A. in Breckenridge, CO
Named for a Nordic God, this Breckenridge festival is all about winter fun. A cure for the post-holiday slump, this early January event features a family night of snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and ice skating. This is followed by crazy contests, bonfires, fireworks and a spectacular parade.
This January show has grown into 16 days of livestock sales and competitions, horse shows, rodeo events and family fun nights. New activities are added frequently. In 1983, college scholarships were awarded to students pursuing careers in agriculture and medicine, and became a charitable piece of the show.
- Durango, CO in Durango, CO
Winter doldrums are set aside for a week in Durango. Visitors find their inner child with events like the themed costume party and stage Follies. The evening Light Parade features bands and floats all decked out for that year's theme. This is a true town celebration.
- Steamboat Springs, Colorado in Steamboat springs, CO
Winter Carnival in Steamboat Springs was founded by Carl Howelsen in 1914. Nordic and alpine competitions are held initially, followed by the ever popular street events. Marching band members perform on skis. A fireworks and the incredible Lighted Man make for additional excitement.
- Durango, Colorado in Durango, CO
Pass holders enjoy access to various receptions and parties allowing them to mingle with the independent filmmakers who are here to showcase their work. Seminars on filmmaking and documentary topics are held. Independent films are screened throughout the five-day event.