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.
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.
Which mountain bike fits you best? Try a bevy of bikes and test ride to your heart's content on real trails. The only lift-access Summer bike demo in the southwest! 9am-4pm.
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.
Bring a blanket, a picic basket & your family and friends! Movies every Wednesday night, beginning at 6pm with show starting at dusk. Free!
Join with locals and visitors alike in the Plaza for free live concerts every Thursday evening at 6pm - all summer long. (No performance on July 19.)
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.
Eighteen free concerts and one gala presented by master students and graduates of the 11-year-old Institute.
Scott Enduro Cup expands to include pros and amateurs, men and women, juniors 13-18. 9am-4pm.
Socially conscious, global peace roots rocker Michael Franti and Spearhead, live in concert with the Original Wailers from Jamaica. Starts at 6pm.
Feast day traditional corn dance at Taos Pueblo plaza. (No cameras.) 8am-4:30pm
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. Free!
Every Friday night this summer, settle in for a live concert, along with a Kids Zone with face painting and games! Bring your own lawn chairs and blankets. Free! 5-7pm.
This annual Father's Day event features wine tastings, fine art, pottery, photography, silent auction, and live music. 11am-7pm.
A weekly showcase (Sundays 10-2:00) featuring a diverse selection of local and regional artists, great live music, food artisans & fresh produce.
International young artists and renown faculty present chamber music performances and workshops in the 56th annual season of the school.
Experience the fun of the rodeo! Barrel racing, roping, bull riding, and more!
Sunrise mass at San Geronimo church, traditional Corn Dance all day. No cameras. 8am-4:30pm
Billy Dawson brings the inspirational songwriting of Nashville to the awe-inspiring Sangre de Cristo Mountains for a high energy evening of acoustic music. 5-8pm.
Combine a morning round of golf starting at 9am, with an afternoon of sipping wines starting at 2pm. Live music, art auction, tasty bites from top Taos restaurants.
Join the adventure for the fourth Angel Fire Adventure Marathon, Half Marathon, 5k and Happy Feet Kids Run. 6am-6pm.
Fireworks and 4th of July festivies at the Lake!
Celebrate The Great American Holiday in Red River. Festivities begin at 10am.
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. Art, food, entertainment and a silent auction; 9am-5pm.
Bring your friends and sample local beers and bacon from across the Southwest, live entertainment. 21 and older event. Starts at noon.
Immerse yourself in the literary arts with a selection of one-day intensives and workshops in fiction, memoir, creative nonfiction, poetry and writing for children. Keynote speaker Kate Christensen.
The 32nd annual 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.