Night Brunch

Saturday, Dec 16th | 6-11pm

Event Details

Date: Saturday, Dec 16th
Time: 6-11pm
Price: $40-$85
GA Know Before You Go
VIP Know Before You Go
This event is for Guests 21+. Please see Brunch with Father Christmas for a family friendly option!


  • Yule Marketplace
  • Drag Show Story Time
  • Christmas Crowns
  • DJ
  • Ugly Sweater & Pajama Contest
  • Tractor Rides



Experience the enchantment of Winter Solstice with Night Brunch!

In partnership with Westword, indulge in a delectable catered brunch while setting your intentions for the upcoming year. Immerse yourself in the captivating tales shared by the drag ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future. Embrace the celestial significance of this event with a magical tractor ride around the Park, explore the vibrant marketplace, and unleash your creativity by crafting Yule-time treasures.

General Admission Brunch Tickets (7pm-11pm)

$40 member, $45 Non-Member
Includes Catered Brunch from Good Foods Catering + Welcome Cocktail

VIP Brunch Tickets (6pm-11pm)

$90 member, $95 Non-Member
Includes all of the GA activities PLUS early entry with food and drink tasting stations from 6-8pm PLUS  the Winter Solstice Altar activity PLUS Bottomless Bloody & Mimosa Bar and access to the VIP lounge during the event with a private bar.

VIP Tastings Include:

Jimmy’s Jersey Street Cafe
Launch Pad Brewery
Ramon’s Burritos
Postino 9CO
Redneck Riviera Whiskey
Vaqit: Vodka Soda

Good Foods Catering Brunch Menu

Holiday Waffles
Served with maple syrup, warm butter, and sweet berries! (gluten free pancakes available upon request)

Scrambled Eggs
Light and fluffy scrambled eggs prepared on site and seasoned just right!

Applewood Smoked Bacon & Breakfast Sausage
Plentiful and cooked just right! (plant-based breakfast sausage available upon request)

Christmas Tater Tot Bar
Fresh baked tater tots served with green chili, red chili, sour cream,
grated cheddar cheese, hot sauce, and flour tortillas.

Fiesta Fruit Salad
Seasonal melons, pineapple, papaya, grapes, and mixed berries drizzled with sweet agave.

What is a Winter Solstice Altar?

A Winter Solstice or Yule altar is a sacred space that is set up during the winter solstice celebration known as Yule. It is a place where individuals or groups can honor and connect with the energies and symbols associated with this festive time of year. The Yule altar typically incorporates elements that represent the themes of rebirth, light, and the turning of the seasons.

Each guest will choose from a variety of elements to create a personal altar that is a creative expression of your connection to the season. Feel free to add or modify items based on your own beliefs, traditions, and preferences.

The winter solstice is an astronomical event that marks the shortest day and longest night of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. It occurs annually around December 21st or 22nd. During the winter solstice, the Earth’s axial tilt is farthest away from the sun, resulting in the least amount of daylight and the longest period of darkness.

It marks the official beginning of winter in the Northern Hemisphere and has an impact on various natural phenomena, such as the migration patterns of animals, the growth of plants, and the overall climate patterns.

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Event Policies

Due to the historical significance of this site, extra care must be taken to ensure its preservation for future generations. To this end, rules and restrictions apply.

No smoking or vaping; No alcohol; No glass; No feeding of Park animals; No pets (ADA defined service animals allowed); Weapons, including but not limited to knives, firearms, bows and arrows, and martial arts weapons are prohibited unless approved by authorized personnel.

Outside food and drink is permitted with the exception of alcohol and glass bottles or packaging.

Please note that 4MHP will be photographing this event. By attending this event, you consent to being photographed and/or filmed and give permission to use your likeness in promotional and/or marketing materials.


This event is rain or shine and tickets are non-refundable. Your ticket helps Four Mile Historic Park, a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, to care for our animals, maintain the historic Four Mile House, and continue our education programs. If you have extenuating circumstances, please contact us at info@fourmilepark.org. We appreciate your decision to continue historic preservation and Western storytelling!