Before filling out the form, please review the following information:
In regards to on-mountain signage, as well as in-town promotion, BSR abides by both US Forest Service regulations and Town of Breckenridge rules. Any and all signage, promotional posters and banners must be discussed in advance with BSR to ensure compliance.
Special Event Permits
The Resort maintains a close relationship with the Town of Breckenridge, and on some occasions, a special event permit or business license may be required to host an event. Event applicants are directly responsible for these fees, unless otherwise specified in the eventual event contract with BSR.
If an event is scheduled to have a band or amplified music, the applicant will ensure compliance with all noise ordinances established by the mountain.
Once applications are received and evaluated by the Breck Events Application Committee, and if approved, proposed events will move to contract-ready status. Every event held at Breckenridge Ski Resort must hold an executed Event Contract, to be supplied and drafted by the Resort. Please consider the required time for drafting and negotiation of contracted event elements in your application proposal and timeline.
Use of the BSR Logo
Use of the Breckenridge Ski Resort logo on any type of marketing collateral requires the express consent of the Resort, and stipulations would be included in the event contract. Approval of event applications should not be considered partnership or endorsement of your event by the Resort.
May be required for larger events. The deposit will be refunded upon verification by staff that the area has been returned to a condition similar to prior use. In the event of damages, the applicant will be responsible for all costs associated with damages to park facilities, equipment, furnishings, grounds and right-of-ways, including by not limited to labor, materials and equipment required to complete repairs.
Site fees may be required for certain events. Fees for usage of the Resort may vary depending on date and time of the event, staff involvement, resort resources, and other considerations.
Event Cancellation or Postponement
Policies for event cancellation or postponement vary and will be outlined in the Event Contract. Alternate/backup plans as well as postponement dates will always be considered in advance when holding an outdoor event at the Resort, as the high-mountain environment can provide variable weather conditions year-round.
Any organization actively registered as a non-profit entity may be entitled to a discount on potential site fees. A copy of the IRS non-profit letter of determination must be submitted along with the Special Events Application for consideration. The applicant’s name and address must match the name and address on the IRS non-profit letter of determination.
How the process will go:
Upon receipt of your completed application, a Breck Events representative will be in contact with you. He/she may have additional follow up questions or request additional details. After this discussion is complete, the application will go through an approval process, in which it will be evaluated whether the event is a good fit for our mountain, and follows in line with Resort philosophies and standards.
After applications are discussed, a cost estimate will be prepared. Pending the discussion and agreement of those costs, the event coordination and permit process will begin.
Thank you for your interest in holding a special event at Breckenridge Ski Resort. We look forward to reviewing your application.