Quality Inn & Suites
1055 Walton Creek Rd.
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Phone: (970) 879-6669
Fax: (970) 870-1545
Over 40 hot air balloons rise over the Yampa Valley at the annual Hot Air Balloon Rodeo, which takes place at the Bald Eagle Lake, located 9/10 of a mile south of Walton Creek Road on Highway 40 (35565 South Highway 40). Takes place in July.
A nationally recognized, award-winning music festival, Strings Music Festival presents over 85 performances of classical music, jazz, rock, country, bluegrass, world rhythms and other genres each summer in the intimate 550-person Strings Pavilion that overlooks Mt. Werner and the Yampa Valley offers holiday concerts in the winter and over 70 performances in the summer months from June through August
Features stadium seating, all digital projection & sound, real 3D and more.
Each January, ski-lovin', music-lovin' folks flock to the Steamboat MusicFest. The festival lasts six-days and features over 100-hours of live music.
This annual, free concert series features an eclectic lineup of musicians. You will hear everything from bluegrass to New Orleans-style rhythm & blues to traditional Irish and more.
ProRodeo stars come to Steamboat for a day of skiing. The cowboys have had such a great time that the Downhill has become the most popular event of the season with over 100 of the best professional rodeo cowboys competing in the most unique ski rodeo in the country. Sponsored by Bud Light, the Cowboy Downhill is always scheduled to coincide with the National Western Stock Show in Denver. This event is held in January.
Veterans with disabilities come to Steamboat to participate in a weeklong adaptive camp, STARS & Stripes Heroes Week. Steamboat STARS provide on-snow instruction, equipment and support that ensure every participant in this camp is lifted up, and challenged. This event is held in January. STARS help each participant empower and enrich their lives through adaptive recreational activities.
The good times are definitely ready to roll in when the Steamboat Mardi Gras Festival comes marching in February with free concerts, parades, a Cajun BBQ and beer festival and more. Throughout the celebration, food enthusiasts can enjoy Mardi Gras themed lunch creations across the mountain. The festival culminates on Fat Tuesday with an all-day celebration featuring snow sculpture contest at the chairlifts, restaurant contests, special activities, and plenty of beads to go around.
Cardboard Classic, Steamboat's traditional rite of spring celebrating over three decades of fun, features homemade crafts constructed only from cardboard, glue, string, water based paint, duct tape and masking tape racing down the face of Headwall to a hysterical finish. The uniqueness and creativity of the race make it an event looked forward to every year. Held in April each year.
This legendary landmark's history goes circa 1926 and has since been entertaining many generations. Though it changed hands four times, its core was always entertainment whether as a single theater and the first to show talkies in Northwestern Colorado or as a multiplex movie theater. Today it is a cultural center with music, performing arts and films as its heart. Named after its first owner, the Chief Theater was taken over by the Friends of The Chief in 2012 and has been a hub for artistic events.
The oldest and most unique performing arts school and camp in the nation offers numerous productions to the public during the summer season. It features four dance studios, two theatres, two art studios, rehearsal spaces, two writing studios, stables, and riding arenas on its rustic 75 beautiful acres. Perry-Mansfield is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.