Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast
Pancakes & More in ’24! We are busy making plans for the June 20, 2024 street breakfast! Thank you for your continued support of this historic event. If you’ve never been, we look forward to seeing you in June! Please note that in 2024, the breakfast will be on a Thursday and not on a Wednesday as it usually is. June 19 is a federal holiday, so we have moved the Street Breakfast to Thursday, June 20.
The Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast is one of Colorado Springs’ most iconic celebrations of its deep-rooted Western heritage. The Street Breakfast has also become an annual fundraising event that supports our local military and their families. Mark your calendar and set your alarm for early morning so you can join us for this fun, festive, and family-friendly event. We close down the streets, bring out the hay bales, and cook up a tasty, hot breakfast for you to devour while you listen to the renowned Flying W Wranglers as well as the country/rock band Exit West and the talented students from the Colorado Springs Conservatory. The Sweetwater Native American dancers will thrill and amaze with their authentic regalia and dances.
Do you and your kids love to dress up in Western wear? Pull out your cowboy hats, boots, jeans and bandannas (or other kinds of costumes) to celebrate the start of the Colorado Springs rodeo season with the 75th Annual Lil’ Cowboys & Cowgirls Roundup. Your fancy duds will get you in the right frame of mind to enjoy a morning full of western fun and you may even win a ride on the Western Spirit float in the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo Parade.
Come Join Us! The morning includes:
- Delicious hot breakfast for just $5 (kids 5 and under eat free)
- Pikes Peak Range Riders and Rangerettes depart on horseback at 8 a.m.
- Kids Western Dress-Up Contest
- Kids Corral with a petting zoo, roping the hay bale, gunslinger and trick roper
- Appearances by Girl of the West and Aide to the Girl of the West
- Performances by Colorado Springs Conservatory, Exit West, Flying W Wranglers and Sweetwater Native American Hoop Dancers