A free all-day gathering for families to discover the creativity, skills and talent of the Taos community – and use their own imaginations to make, create and innovate!
Traditional foot races open to the public at 8:00am. Traditional Corn Dances start at 1:00pm (approximately). Info: (575) 758-1028.
This family-oriented event offers three days of festivities honoring our mothers. Live entertainment all three days from traditional New Mexico-style music, Tejano, classic rock, and country.
A multimedia collaboration between optics artist Ethan Jackson and young musicians. Also performances of works by Bach, Beethoven, Yuko Uebayashi’s Transcending Time, George Crumb, and Debussy. 5:30pm.
Fresh local vegetables and fruits, cheeses and dairy products, delicious baked goods, honey, grassfed meats, eggs, jams, flowers and plants. Live music and entertainment. 8:00am-12:30pm.
Lilacs everywhere! Weekend events include crafts fair, pet parade and costume contest, children's carousel, lilac walking tour, live entertainment, beer and wine garden, and the Lilac 5K.
Challenge yourself at this event with a race or fun run through Red River's beautiful Upper Valley.
Get ready for the rumble... of 20,000 motorcycles, and live music. Vendors, food, fun! Monday morning, join in the Memorial Day 25-mile parade to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
Free live concerts every Thursday evening at 6pm - all summer long. (No performance on July 20.)
Veterans and their friends and families come from all across America to honor our fallen soldiers from the Vietnam War. Flag March, service & speakers, morning motorcycle run from Red River.
Annual car show features all years, makes and models of restored antique cars, muscle cars. low riders, hot rods and much more. Night car parades, sock hop, raffles & live music. Noon-midnight.
Three days of live bands and jaw-dropping views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. See website for the line-up.
Scott Enduro Cup expands to include pros and amateurs, men and women, juniors 13-18.
Feast day traditional corn dance at Taos Pueblo plaza. (No cameras.)
Hot air balloons grace the skies over Angel Fire for this colorful and exciting weekend. Mass Ascension Balloon launch Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 7am; Balloon Glow Saturday evening 9pm. 40 hot-air balloons participating. Free!
This annual Father's Day event features wine tastings, fine art, pottery, photography, silent auction, and live music.
Everything tamale - cook-off, eating contest, tastings, salsa cook-off, food vendors, artist market, entertainment, food, beer & wine. 10am-6pm.
International young artists and renown faculty present chamber music performances and workshops in the 55th annual season of the school.
Plein air painting at Rio Grande del Norte National Monument and throughout the village of Questa, with an opening reception on June 24 from 5-7pm and exhibit at Ocho Gallery.
Pro GRT and Pro XCT national mountain bike racing tours return bigger and better than ever to Angel Fire.
Sunrise mass at San Geronimo church, traditional Corn Dance. No cameras.
Come play with us at the 7th Annual Golf Tournie.
Celebrate The Great American Holiday in Red River. Festivities begin at 10am.
An hour long professional fireworks display for all to see. Starts at dark (approx 9 pm). Sponsored by the Taos Volunteer Fire Department.
Celebrate the 4th in the Mountains! Chairlift riding parade, Taos Rubber Duck Races & Climb-A-Firetruck. Live music, great food, fun & mountain views.
A competition of American Indian dances with arts and crafts, food and music. Events begin Friday evening with a grand procession. Join in the celebration of Native American song and dance beneath the beautiful setting of Taos Mountain.
One of the longest-running arts festivals in northern New Mexico where artists from all over the Southwest come to Angel Fire to display their works. Sat-9-4; Sun-9-3.
Come celebrate the Rio Grande Region culture and tradition with Southwest musicians, Bailes Sociales dances polka, chotis, valse and varsoviana. (Check for 2017 updates.)
Feast Day celebration of Taos Patron Saints, Santiago and Santa Ana, food, music, vendors, parades, dancers and more.
Taos Pueblo patron saints are celebrated with traditional Corn Dances. Experience this ancient American Indian ceremonial dance representing fertility and summer abundance. (Cameras not allowed.);