Día de Salud, while focusing on overall health and well-being, also aims to celebrate and incorporate the influence of Hispanic culture and traditions. The event recognizes the unique health challenges and perspectives within the Hispanic community and seeks to provide culturally relevant information and resources. By infusing Hispanic influence into Día de Salud, the health fair can effectively reach and resonate with the Hispanic community, promoting a sense of cultural pride, awareness, and empowerment around health and well-being.
Free Community Event, no registration required.
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Friday
10:00 am – 9:00 pm Saturday
Enjoy 2 fun days at the festival this year! Kids under 12 & seniors 85+ FREE at the gate.
Friday Night: Three performances (Flamenco, Lone Piñon, & Baracutanga) in the Journal Center Theatre; alcohol, soft drinks & snacks available for purchase; arts & craft vendors. Gates open 5pm, performances 6pm to 9pm. La Fonda Restaurant open till 8pm.
Saturday Full Day & Night: 100+ events indoors and outdoors with 5 stages, 5 music and dance workshop venues, 2-3 Jam venues, a storytelling tent, a musical instrument petting zoo, arts and crafts vendors, food trucks, kids’ tent, merch and consignment booths, a free instrument check & bike valet. Gates open at 10am; close at 9pm.
For the ABQ Folk Festival schedule, please click Here
For the ABQ Folk Festival prices, please click Here.
Purchase Tickets for Friday only, Saturday only or a 2-day Package Ticket. If you need help with tickets, please, call the NHCC Box Office at 505-724-4771.
4:00 pm – 11:30 pm
7:00 pm Family Film
7:00 pm Food Trucks and Cash Bar
8:30 pm Horror Film Features
Family fun, vendors, food trucks, frightful films, and more. If you are looking for something spooky, uncanny, macabre, a little dark, supernatural, or Halloween-inspired, this event is for you!
For information about becoming a mercado vendor, please click Here.
Free Community Event, please register below or call the NHCC Welcome Center at 505-724-4771 for assistance.
NOTE: This event will be family friendly from 4pm to 8:30pm and “mas espooky” from 8:30 pm – 11 pm.
1:00pm – 4:00pm
Explore music and performance art in various areas of the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) on Saturday, October 28th.
The brainchild of composer Nathan Felix, this exploratory, immersive production titled, Prophets, Pyramids & Paños, showcases an array of local talent that will come together to create a surrealistic musical world at the NHCC where attendees can walk through various locations on the NHCC campus including the pyramid and Torreón to see these different site-specific presentations.
Free Community Event