One of Santa Fe’s oldest Heritage Markets, the Summer Spanish Market attracts over 70,000 visitors every year.
Come join the fun as over 250 Adult and Youth Spanish Market artists exhibit hand-made artwork for sale along the streets surrounding the historic Santa Fe Plaza. Bandstand entertainment is featured throughout the weekend and a Food Court offering Hispanic cuisine, cold and hot drinks, and dessert items is featured.
Over 300 years old, Santa Fe’s biggest celebration is a ten-day series of bailles, processions, parades, and musical performances, various venues.
A five-day celebration of the best in cinematic arts, the 15th Annual Santa Fe Film Festival will run December 2nd- 6th, 2015 with a program of over 100 films, panels, juried awards, workshops and parties.
One of Santa Fe’s most beloved holiday traditions, the Canyon Road Farolito Walk, lights up the hearts and souls of thousands who promenade this famous path on Christmas Eve.
Small, sand-filled, paper bags illuminated with votive candles line the historic neighborhood streets and adobe walls. Carolers gather around the farolitos (Spanish for paper lantern) or luminarias (small bonfires), and sing for joy as they warm themselves, and our hearts, from the cold night.
The Farolito Walk is free, and has become a celebrated annual tradition.
Since 2004, International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe has hosted more than 750 artists from 92 countries in the world’s largest exhibition and sale of works by master folk artists. The Market offers folk artists a respected spot in the global marketplace to gather together and share their handmade traditions, and to create economic, social, and individual empowerment.
Sumptuous meals, great performances and the jovial company of new and long-time friends are the hallmarks of this weekend celebrating the opening of the 2017 season. You have the unique opportunity to meet and interact with world-renowned designers, directors and singers at the opening night dinner.
The Santa Fe Indian Market is a 96-year-old Native art market. It is the largest and most prestigious juried Native arts show in the world and the largest cultural event in the southwest. The yearly event is held during the third weekend of August. Over 1,100 Native artists from the U.S. and Canada sell their artwork. The Indian Market attracts 150,000 visitors to Santa Fe from all over the world. Buyers, collectors and gallery owners come to Indian Market to take advantage of the opportunity to buy directly from the artists. For many visitors, this is a rare opportunity to meet the artists and learn about contemporary Indian arts and cultures. Quality and authenticity are the hallmarks of the Santa Fe Indian Market.