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Santa Fe Renaissance Faire

Every year in September the museum grounds at El Rancho de las Golondrinas are transformed into the Kingdom of Golondrinas, where the arts and revelry are the order of the day. New Mexico’s premiere Renaissance Faire invites you to experience all the fun and excitement of ages past, in a safe and family-friendly environment where you can eat delicious foods, dance to medieval music, and buy unique arts and crafts. Like a budget-friendly medieval theme park, the Renaissance Faire offers … Read More

Rodeo de Santa Fe

Every year the Rodeo de Santa Fe brings big time rodeo action – with top cowboys and cowgirls, stock contractors, specialty acts, barrel men, and more – to northern New Mexico during the month of June. Hard core rodeo enthusiasts will tell you, it’s one of the best live shows in the state, and still remains one of the top 60 PRCA Rodeos in the nation. As a PRCA sanctioned rodeo, all competitive events are included, including individual and team … Read More

Native American Pueblo Dances, Feast Days, Festivals and Special Events in New Mexico

New Mexico’s 19 Pueblos and wide swathes of tribal lands offer visitors an unrivaled glimpse into Native American culture, both historical and contemporary. Very often, access to these pueblos comes in the form of feasts days, dance ceremonies, festivals and many other special events. Below you’ll find about 100 ways to explore this essential element of this region’s cultural history Pueblo feast days usually take place on the same date every year, while other special events take place during specific … Read More

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