Breakfast Details


What is the Western Street Breakfast?

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The Colorado Springs Western Street Breakfast is one of Colorado Springs’ most iconic celebrations of its deep-rooted western heritage. You’ll enjoy a delicious hot breakfast served by Army/Air Force volunteers. Sit on a straw bale and enjoy entertainment from bands and dancing groups. This event is an annual fundraiser that supports our local military and their families.

When and Where is the Next Event?

  • We are making plans to hold the Street Breakfast on June 21, 2023 in Downtown Colorado Springs on Tejon Street! Thank you for your continued support of this historic event.

What Happens at the Event? 

  • Breakfast will be served from 5:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.
  • Breakfast served by Army/Air Force volunteers
  • Pikes Peak Range Riders ride out of town on horseback at 8 a.m.
  • Appearances by Girl of the West and Aide to the Girl of the West
  • Kids Corral with fun activities
  • 75th Annual Lil’ Cowboys and Cowgirls Round-Up costume contest
  • Trick Roper, Gunslinger and Sweetwater, Native American Dancers
  • Music performances by the Flying W Wranglers and Exit West
  • Buy tickets at the event (cash only) or on Eventbrite (a fee of $1.04 will be applied to each ticket).

How Much Does it Cost?

  • Only $5.00 for pancakes, eggs, coffee, juice and milk
  • Children 5 and under eat FREE!
  • No admission fee to the event
  • Purchase breakfast tokens at the event or buy ahead of time on Eventbrite

Your ticket to get a great breakfast is a Commemorative Wooden Coin (Token), and it is yours to keep. Tokens can be purchased at the event (cash only) as well as on Eventbrite. If you have a large group (10+) and would like to pay by check or credit card, please contact us well in advance of the event to make arrangements.

Can a Rent Booth Space?

Booths at the Western Street Breakfast are reserved only for sponsors and supporters of the event that have a western theme. Booth sp and are not available for sale/rental.

How do I Get There and Where do I Park?


Event Map – including the location of handicap parking on Cascade Avenue in front of Phantom Canyon.

Please remember that street meters need to be fed starting at 8:00 a.m.

So, what does it take to serve 10,000 people breakfast? 1,100 pounds of pancake batter, 1,500 pounds of eggs, 80 gallons of syrup, 500 gallons of coffee, 7,500 pints of milk, 2,500 pints of juice and 1,100 bales of straw for seating.