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.
Free live concerts every Thursday evening at 6pm - all summer long. (No performance on July 20.)
Every Sunday noon to 4pm, shop for local produce, honey, baked goods, chicos, jellies - and more.
A weekly showcase (Sundays 10-2:00) featuring a diverse selection of local and regional artists, great live music, food artisans & fresh produce.
Enjoy the views of the highest peaks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, with wildflowers and picnic tables at the top of the lift. 10am-4pm daily.
4-day Music Festival at venues throughout town and multiple chili cook-offs on Saturday in the park.
Wine tastings, food, hiking, live music and more will rejuvenate your weekend.
The 34th season of world-class, internationally known musicians performing chamber and classical music. See website for locations and times.
Visit artists' studios throughout the northern New Mexico village of Questa to meet local artists in their working environments and see the art they create. 10-5pm.
Join us for fine wines, handcrafted brews, exceptional foods, and western hospitality. Dancing, food and wine tasting classes, golfing and more.
Join the museum at its annual gala fundraiser for an unforgettable evening of dancing, dining and art - complete with live and silent auctions.
Join local & regional artisans in the park.
10th Annual Taos Open Studio Tours showcases well-known names in Taos art scene with over 30 artists who open their studios to the public over Labor Day weekend.
2-mile hike under the light of the full moon to Williams Lake. (Wear hiking boots.) 8pm; free.
World-class Country, Americana and Folk music live at one of New Mexico's most beloved musical events. Plus songwriting workshops, dance lessons, camping, and more.
Visit artists and craftspeople showing in their studios and on the historic Costilla Plaza. Friday 4-7pm live music at Costilla Plaza. (Costilla is 40 miles north of Taos on Hwy 522.)
This 100 mile bicycle tour trails through the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in beautiful Northern New Mexico.
4 bluegrass pickin' days with music all day and into the evening on Friday and Saturday. No drugs, no alcohol, family friendly, free (donations accepted). 2017 info to follow.
8-mile and half marathon high-altitude trail race with lots of single track through mountain forests, meadows, and overlooks of New Mexico's tallest peaks.
Authentic Schuplatter band, German beer and food, activities and crafts for kids, yodeling contest, Alpenhorn blowing contests and live music; free. 11:30am-5pm.
The air is crisp and the golden aspens are in their glory. Browse along booths of hand-crafted items while you enjoy delicious food and live entertainment. This year features the second annual Red River Folk Festival with talented musicians from all over the US delighting guests at Aspencade.
Local and regional artists gather in Kit Carson Park with jewelry, woodworking, textile arts, stained glass, western arts. 10am-5pm.
Featuring Taos' most comprehensive art shows of the year - Taos Select and Taos Open. This is the largest and oldest arts festival in northern New Mexico with gallery receptions, openings, special events, and workshops.
The Paseo Project brings fire and monsters to the heart of Taos for an art party featuring video artist Motomichi, fire artist Jamie Vaida, and Silent Disco. Free. All ages. 7-10pm.
Experience this centuries-old trading event and shop for authentic American Indian arts and crafts. Ceremonial pole climbing. (No cameras.)
Socially conscious, global peace roots rocker Michael Franti and Spearhead, live in concert in Kit Carson Park, 5pm.
Join us for microbrews, German food, "Oompa" Music, dancing, yodeling, and lots of fun!
This 34th annual celebration of traditional and contemporary fiber artistry is an opportunity to shop for hand-dyed, hand-spun yarns and textile art, get up close to sheep, goats, and llamas, and an invitation for kids to try their hand at a fiber project. Free.
Celebrating flavors from kitchens in Northern New Mexico with small tastes from Taos' best chefs. Live music. Noon-4pm.
The two-day event offers tellers spinning their tales in concerts, workshops and in visits to local schools. 2017 headliners: Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer and Andy Offut Irwin.