10 am – 6 pm
A celebration of food, art, and culture on the Rio Grande
Join in the celebration of the chile harvest on Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019, at the National Hispanic Cultural Center. Admission is $5. Children 5 and under are free.
This event will offer entertainment, kids’ activities, arts and crafts vendors, food trucks, beer, wine, agricultural workshops, chef demonstrations and more.
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This event is presented by Bernalillo County and the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
¡Globalquerque!, New Mexico’s 15th Annual World Music & Culture Celebration, returns to the National Hispanic Cultural Center on September 20 and 21, 2019. This year’s festival features three stages of music from five continents over two nights. Relax in the intimate courtyard setting of the Fountain Stage, enjoy larger bands in the state-of-the-art 691-seat Journal Theatre, or dance to groove-heavy world music on the Plaza Mayor’s outdoor Festival Stage. The National Hispanic Cultural Center is located at 1701 Fourth Street SW in Albuquerque, New Mexico. General admission tickets can be purchased in advance from the National Hispanic Center box office, 505-724-4771, or the NHCC website, www.nhccnm.org.
For updates on this year’s stellar line-up, visit http://www.globalquerque.com.
Early Bird special (through June 23):
$32 adults, $16 children 15 and under for one day, September 20 OR 21; $47 adults, $25 children 15 and under for two days, non-transferable
$37 adults, $19 children 15 and under for one day, September 20 OR 21; $59 adults, $30 children 15 and under for two days, non-transferable
Day of show:
$42 adults, $19 children 15 and under for one day, September 20 OR 21; $69 adults, $35 children 15 and under for two days, non-transferable
The NHCC will present its second annual celebration of the small paper bag lanterns with sand and candles that some call “farolitos” and others call “luminarias”—a New Mexico tradition. Events from 2-7 pm will include a talk about the history, facts and urban legends of the luminaria/farolito, an illuminated bike parade, create your own “iluminarte” (paper bag) workshop, a student art and writing show, and more.
All events are free and open to the public and take place on the beautifully illuminated campus of the NHCC.