U.S. Military Personnel - active and retired - receive 50% off lift tickets on Mondays! (Not available on holidays.)
5 days of snow-filled fun, live entertainment, savory food & exclusive military discounts for vets and their families. Skiing, snowboarding, sledding, snowshoeing, s’mores parties, KidsFest, Military Family Expo & more.
Cross-country ski or snowshoe on five kilometers of groomed trails with desserts all along the way! Children welcome. Noon-2pm.
Support Breast Cancer Awareness, starting with the K2 Bumps Challenge - ski or ride in teams of two or tackle the feat on your own! Followed by Paint For Peaks, an unrivaled art exhibit and live auction of one-of-a-kind snowboards with artwork by renowned local artists. 9am-8pm.
The second annual competition of a diverse collection of comedians in an open-mike competition.
Celebrating the art and artists of Taos Pueblo. Artists will be present all weekend to share their art.
Join us for a day of play and laughter - ski after chickens, board after skunks, play games and test your Taos Ski Valley knowledge all in your craziest costumes - 10am-3pm.
SPRING BREAK! Tank tops and hula skirts zip down the slopes - grab your coconut oil and get ready for the snow!
Two weeks of Spring Break festivities - live music, rail jams, themed days, cool contests, and great spring skiing and boarding.
An extreme ski/board pledge-based fundraising event. Event participants make as many hikes and runs as they can along the TSV hike-to terrain in support of the Emergency Medicines Fund. 9am-4pm.
Mark your calendars for a weekend full of fun celebrating Taos Ski Valley's 10th Anniversary of Snowboarding! Snowboard classes, St. Patty Day celebrations including live music by Grant Farm, On-Mountain BBQ, and lots more rad celebrations.
Celebrate the birthday of TSV's founder, Ernie Blake. Laser light show, torchlight parade, fireworks display and birthday cake! Events start at 6:45pm and can be seen from anywhere in the base area.
Enjoy the closing day of this year's ski season with the wacky shenanigans of skiers and boarders skimming across the pond at the base of the mountain in costume!
The last day of the 2017/2018 winter ski and snowboard season at Taos Ski Valley.
Experience the astounding abilities of 17-year-old violinist Phoenix Avalon in works by Johannes Brahms, Astor Piazzolla, and the young Russian composer, Alexey Kurbatov. 5:30pm.
Traditional foot races open to the public at 8:00am. Traditional Corn Dances start at 1:00pm (approximately). Info: (575) 758-1028.
Free community-concert celebrates three days of festivities honoring our mothers. Live entertainment from traditional New Mexico-style music, Tejano, classic rock, and country.
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.
Bring a blanket, a picic basket & your family and friends! Movies every Wednesday night beginning at 6pm with show starting at dusk. Free!
Get ready for the rumble... of 20,000 motorcycles, live music, and Harley Davidson Busted Knuckles Stunt Tour. Monday morning, join in the Memorial Day 25-mile parade to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
Four female cellists perform a variety of works spanning Bach and the classics to jazz, pop and beyond! 5:30pm.
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.
Three days of live bands and jaw-dropping views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. See website for the line-up.
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. 9am-4pm.
Feast day traditional corn dance at Taos Pueblo plaza. (No cameras.)
This annual Father's Day event features wine tastings, fine art, pottery, photography, silent auction, and live music. 11am-7pm.
Sunrise mass at San Geronimo church, traditional Corn Dance. No cameras.
Celebrate The Great American Holiday in Red River. Festivities begin at 10am.
Feast Day celebration of Taos' patron saints, Santiago and Santa Ana, with food, music, vendors, parades, dancers and more.