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July 2023 Events

Saturday, July 1

8:30 p.m.
The Flying Dutchman
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season continues with Wagner’s dark, turbulent, and heroic tale of an ill-fated sea captain who receives a chance at redemption every seven years, if he can find a woman pure of heart to marry him.
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July 1 – 2

12 – 6 p.m.
29th Annual Santa Fe Wine Festival
El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Test your taste buds and sample hand-made fine wines from New Mexico wineries across the state, delectable edibles from local vendors, local arts & crafts, and lively music by local balladeers on the main stage.
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Tuesday, July 4

7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Pancakes on the Plaza
Santa Fe Plaza
A local tradition for five decades, the annual Pancakes On The Plaza brings together all the things we love about the holiday – art, music, and cars – along with that most delicious of breakfast treats, to create an event like no other.
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12 a.m. – 11 p.m.
Fourth of July Fireworks
Santa Fe Place Mall
The City of Santa Fe, in collaboration with the Kiwanis Club, hosts a full day of fun for the entire family, featuring live music with local bands, kids’ activities, food trucks, a Santa Fe Brewing Co. beer garden, and culminating with a spectacular fireworks display, once the sun goes down.
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Wednesday, July 5

8:30 p.m.
Tosca
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season opens with one of opera’s greatest works, Puccini’s timeless tale of torture, murder and suicide, about a tenacious diva who is thrust into an no-win situation after her lover assists the escape of a political prisoner.
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July 5 –9

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
International Folk Art Market
Santa Fe Railyard Park
Immerse yourself in the world’s largest international folk art market, hosting over a hundred master artists representing dozens of countries, some venturing beyond their villages for the very first time to present their unique, handmade wares.
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Friday, July 7

8 p.m.
The Flying Dutchman
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season continues with Wagner’s dark, turbulent, and heroic tale of an ill-fated sea captain who receives a chance at redemption every seven years, if he can find a woman pure of heart to marry him.
Visit the website 

Saturday, July 8

8:30 p.m.
Tosca
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season opens with one of opera’s greatest works, Puccini’s timeless tale of torture, murder and suicide, about a tenacious diva who is thrust into an no-win situation after her lover assists the escape of a political prisoner.
Visit the website

Wednesday, July 12

8:30 p.m.
The Flying Dutchman
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season continues with Wagner’s dark, turbulent, and heroic tale of an ill-fated sea captain who receives a chance at redemption every seven years, if he can find a woman pure of heart to marry him.
Visit the website 

Friday, July 14

8:30 p.m.
Tosca
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season opens with one of opera’s greatest works, Puccini’s timeless tale of torture, murder and suicide, about a tenacious diva who is thrust into an no-win situation after her lover assists the escape of a political prisoner.
Visit the website

July 14 – 16

12 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Art Santa Fe
Santa Fe Community Convention Center
This annual event features extraordinary art from around the world, specially curated programming, events, and entertainment, including live artwork demonstrations and more than 75 national and international galleries and independent artists showcasing hundreds of extraordinary works from around the world.
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Saturday, July 15

8:30 p.m.
Pelléas et Mélisande
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season continues with Debussy’s symbolist masterpiece about a love triangle of royal proportions, when two grandsons of the King fall in love with the same woman, the mysterious Mélisande.
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Wednesday, July 19

8:30 p.m.
Pelléas et Mélisande
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season continues with Debussy’s symbolist masterpiece about a love triangle of royal proportions, when two grandsons of the King fall in love with the same woman, the mysterious Mélisande.
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Friday, July 21

8:30 p.m.
Tosca
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season opens with one of opera’s greatest works, Puccini’s timeless tale of torture, murder and suicide, about a tenacious diva who is thrust into an no-win situation after her lover assists the escape of a political prisoner.
Visit the website

Saturday, July 22

8:30 p.m.
Rusalka
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season continues with Antonín Dvorák’s familiar tale about a young water nymph who falls in love with a prince, and risks everything by taking a witch’s potion that renders her human, but takes away her voice.
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Wednesday, July 26

8:30 p.m.
Rusalka
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season continues with Antonín Dvorák’s familiar tale about a young water nymph who falls in love with a prince, and risks everything by taking a witch’s potion that renders her human, but takes away her voice.
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Friday, July 28

8:30 p.m.
Pelléas et Mélisande
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season continues with Debussy’s symbolist masterpiece about a love triangle of royal proportions, when two grandsons of the King fall in love with the same woman, the mysterious Mélisande.
Visit the website 

Saturday, July 29

8:30 p.m.
Orfeo
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season continues with Claudio Monteverdi’s retelling of the Orpheus myth, about a bereaved musician who undertakes a perilous journey to the underworld and back again, in order to resurrect his lost love.
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July 29 – 30

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Contemporary Hispanic Market
Lincoln Avenue
Lining Lincoln Avenue, near the historic Santa Fe Plaza, and touted as one of the largest contemporary Hispanic markets in the world, this eagerly anticipated annual event provides artists statewide an opportunity to show their less traditional, and more cutting-edge, contemporary works.
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Monday, July 31

8 p.m.
The Flying Dutchman
Santa Fe Opera
The Santa Fe Opera’s 66th season continues with Wagner’s dark, turbulent, and heroic tale of an ill-fated sea captain who receives a chance at redemption every seven years, if he can find a woman pure of heart to marry him.
Visit the website 

Please be aware that proof of vaccination or negative test may be required for entrance to many of these events. Check with the venue if you are uncertain.

Last Friday Art Walk
Santa Fe Railyard Plaza
Last Friday of Every Month, 5 – 7 p.m.
For an exciting world-class contemporary art experience, visit Santa Fe’s hip Railyard Arts District for the Last Friday Art Walk.

Meow Wolf
10 a.m – 8 p.m., Sunday – Thursday; 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday
An arts production company that creates immersive, multimedia experiences that transport audiences of all ages into fantastic realms.
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Santa Fe Farmers Market
Saturdays, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Voted one of the Top Ten Farmers’ Markets by Sunset Magazine, this is one of the oldest, largest, and most successful growers’ markets in the country.
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Sky Railway
Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime! Climb aboard and expect the unexpected as you travel the historic rail between Santa Fe and Lamy.
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Vamanos Santa Fe Walks
The Santa Fe Conservation Trust offers free walks through some of Northern New Mexico’s most scenic preserves, led by experts who can answer all your burning questions. There are 30 free walks and hikes from May through October.
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Sunday Get Down Drag Brunch
Jean Cocteau Cinema
Sundays (check schedule), 12 p.m.
Hosted by Brandi, and featuring appearances by some of the top drag divas in the region, with music provided by DJ Matthew Soto.
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Geeks Who Drink
Jean Cocteau Cinema
Every Monday, 7 p.m.
Modeled after pub quizzes in Ireland and the U.K., Geeks Who Drink is an authentic homegrown trivia quiz, and a great way to drink with friends without burning brain cells.
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Faculty Lounge Comedy Improv Live
Jean Cocteau Cinema
Tuesdays (check schedule), 7 p.m.
Escape into the hilarious world of improv with Santa Fe Playhouse’s Santa Fe Improv troupe, made up of teachers and students.
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Miercoles Musical
Jean Cocteau Cinema
Wednesdays (check schedule), 7 p.m.
Hosted by Carlos Medina, and featuring live music from some of the best local acts, and drink specials that will leave you buzzing.
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All Fierce Comedy Show
Jean Cocteau Cinema
3rd Wednesday of every month, 7 p.m.
Join host Graviel De La Plaga (aka Carlos Medina) for an evening of mariachis, margaritas, and comedic mayhem.
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90s Night
Social Kitchen + Bar
Every Monday, 4 – 10 p.m.
Located within the Sage Hotel, The Social Kitchen + Bar invites you to remember your youth on 90s Night, every Monday.
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LGBT “Plus Plus” Night
Social Kitchen + Bar
Every Thursday, 4 – 10 p.m.
Located within the Sage Hotel, The Social Kitchen + Bar invites you to their weekly LGBT “Plus Plus” Night, every Thursday.
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The Bridge at Santa Fe Brewing Company
New Mexico’s oldest and most award-winning microbrewery, with concerts happening weekly.
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La Fiesta Lounge
Enjoy casual New Mexican cuisine, enticing cocktails and eclectic live music by talented locals every night of the week.
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Meow Wolf
Named one of the best small music venues in the country by Yelp, catch eclectic performers from around the world, every week.
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Social Kitchen + Bar
Located inside the Sage Hotel in the heart of Santa Fe, this fun little bar dishes up south by southwest comfort cuisine, alongside themed nights, and music by regional favorites Second Chances on Wednesday nights, and the Widow Oxley on Friday nights.
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Tesuque Casino
Northern New Mexico’s newest casino offers up a limited menu and live music seven days a week, from popular bands and musicians.
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Tumbleroot Brewery & Distillery
Grab a bite and an award-winning brew, or a signature drink, and listen to the best music Santa Fe has to offer, from local legends to national touring acts.
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