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SANTA FE ART: The INSIDE SCOOP (June, July 2014)

Wine, Music, Dance and More Special Events…..

Santa Fe Opera

Santa Fe Opera

Santa Fe Opera Backstage Tours: June 2- August 22, 2014! Go behind the scenes and learn about the fascinating and colorful world of opera production. One-hour tours are given Monday through Friday at 9 am. Tickets: $10/adult; $8/seniors; youth (ages 6-22) are free. Tours start at the box office. No reservations required; tickets are sold at the start of the tour. NOTE: The Guilds of The Santa Fe Opera sponsor. “Opera Insiders Days“ every Saturday during tour dates! Entertainment and refreshments offered on theater patio at 8:30 am, followed by informational talks by opera insiders with a backstage tour. Free of charge and no reservations required.

Current New Media Festival: June 13 – 29, 2014
Experience interactive and fine art video installations, multimedia performances and web based art forms. All events and programs are free.

Santa Fe Bandstand on the Plaza: June 23 – August 8, 2014
Santa Fe Bandstand is a free music festival at the Historic Downtown Santa Fe Plaza. Over 100 Rock, Country, Native American, Jazz, and Mariachi bands play for free throughout the summer. Come kick up your heels with the locals and experience Santa Fe’s music scene.

Santa Fe Bandstand (santafehometownnews)

Santa Fe Bandstand (santafehometownnews)

Santa Fe Wine Festival-July 5,6, 2014: The 21st year to celebrate wines of New Mexico at the historic El Rancho de las Golondrinas Ranch! 16 New Mexico wineries, festive atmosphere of live music, food, traditional agricultural products and handmade arts and crafts for sale is a one-of a kind experience for you and your family. This 200-acre Spanish colonial living history museum, Las Golondrinas boasts 34 buildings, historical fields and waterways, friendly animals and costumed docents who bring our state’s past to life!

Santa Fe Chamber Music and Wine Tour: July 22, 2014 The premier event in Santa Fe to hear your favorite chamber musicians, enjoy an exquisite four-course dinner under the stars, and drink fine wines all in the company of renowned vintners! Get in on the first annual Music & Wine Gala!  Walking distance from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn.

balletAspen Santa Fe Ballet: Tickets on sale May 19th! Performance July thru August 2014. Summer and Aspen Santa Fe Ballet just go together! Bringing an inspiring program of stunning works like blockbuster Square None (choreographed by Princess Grace Award winner Norbert de la Cruz III), the poetic Return to a Strange Land (by master choreographer Jiri Kylian), and thier newest creation The Heart(s)pace (by Nicolo Fonte) promise memorable summer evenings of dance!

Suggested Lodging en Santa Fe: Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn. Secluded, historic downtown pueblo-style Santa Fe accomodations nestled quietly next to the New Mexico State Capitol. Creating a memorable Santa Fe vacation stay for New Mexico visitors for over 29 years. Online June, July and August specials available at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn! 1-800-461-4599

 

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Native American dance- Santa Fe Festivals

Native American dances at Santa Fe Plaza

Santa Fe, New Mexico – voted #1 Cultural Getaway and #1 Cultural Destination by Travel + Leisure; Top 10 Cities for Historic Preservation by Liveablity.com and #5 US Historic Destination by US News! Why do travelers flock to Santa Fe New Mexico annually for fun-filled, intriguing New Mexico cultural vacations? Could it be it’s great mountain escapes, breath taking scenery, low humidity, 325 days of sunshine, crystal blue skies, cool star filled evenings and world renown activities? Absolutely… there is never a bad time of year to relax and experience the authentic history of Santa Fe New Mexico. Blending international style, historic uniqueness and old-world charm, Santa Fe stimulates all five senses for it’s visitors regardless of age, background or time of year!

Pueblo Bonito b&b inn

Pueblo Bonito b&b inn

Because Santa Fe is a top US cultural destination, it offers intriguing and memorable experience for visitors: Annual festivals, cultural events, world-class art and museums, and of course exceptional cuisine and historically significant and unique lodging choices!  A rare opportunity to experience local culture while experiencing Santa Fe first hand prevails itself at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn. Voted “Guest Favorite b&b” three consecutive years by 8,500+ guests (2013, 12,11), Pueblo Bonito provided thousands of returning and new guests with an historically significant Old Santa Fe experience for over 29 years. 19 enchanting guest rooms, each with foot thick adobe walls, kiva fireplace, adorable private baths surrounded by secluded pueblo-style grounds makes this a Must Stay! This popular Santa Fe Inn prides itself on sincere hospitality, historically preserved and accurate property, and a knowledgeable, friendly staff.

Native Treasures Indian Arts Festival - May 24-25, 2014

Over 200 Native American artists showcase museum-quality Indian art at this annual event. On can enjoy hors d’oeuvres, open wine and champagne bars, as well as and mingling with featured artists. The top Native American artists are represented at this event, benefiting the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture.

Rodeo de Santa Fe, New Mexico- June 14, 18-21

Pueblo Bonito Inn is your place to stay for all the action at the Santa Fe Rodeo

Rodeo de Santa Fe- June

The Rodeo de Santa Fe began in 1949 when Roy Butler, Austin “Slim” Green, Gene Petchesky, Paul Ragle, Paul Rutledge and few other locals had a dream and determination to organize a professional rodeo in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The dream exceeded their ambitious expectations and today remains one of the top 60 PRCA Rodeos in the nation! Featuring such World Champion cowboys as: Taos Muncy, Trevor Brazile and JW Harris the Rodeo de Santa Fe is fun for an entire family! The Rodeo de Santa Fe is a cultural tradition for Santa Feans as our southwest heritage is pristinely displayed through the spirit of “Rodeo“. After all, rodeo began in New Mexico! With events like Mutton Bustin’ and youth barrels for kids, and traditional events like bull and bronc riding, calf wrestling, team roping, the Santa Fe Rodeo continues to be a crowd favorite of young and old alike! Not to mention the Annual Rodeo Parade which kicks off  at 11:00 am on June 14th and winds through the downtown Santa Fe plaza -featuring numerous beautiful, proud and well behaved horses with riders, glimmering Rodeo royalty, marching bands, bag pipes and so more!  Nightly Rodeo performances (June 18-21) at Rodeo de Santa Fe grounds – a 10 minute drive from Pueblo Bonito b&b inn- also the 2014 Rodeo Royalty Sponsor!

Santa Fe Opera Festival Season June-August

Santa Fe Opera

Santa Fe Opera

An American opera company, located 7 miles north of Santa Fe with summer seasons beginning in late June and running through mid- August. Five operas are presented in rotating repertory. The Santa Fe Opera began in July 1957 and is internationally known for introducing new operas as well as creative productions of standard operatic repertoire. Inhabiting approximately 150 acres of land, the Santa Fe Opera sits on top a mesa. Audiences face west toward an ever-changing horizon of sunsets and thunderstorms which are frequently visible throughout many productions when no backdrops are used. Unlike a conventional opera house or theatre, there is no fly system to allow scenery to be lowered from above, nor a proscenium arch (thus no curtain) and subtitles are provided via electronic readers in every seat. The sides of the house are open with rear stage at times being completely open to allow for westward expansive views. Performances begin at sunset (around 8:30) so production lighting is not compromised by the sides of the theatre being open to outside elements. Performance start times also allow opera-goers an opportunity to observe New Mexico sunsets against a surrounding landscape and the enjoyment of traditional tailgate dining. Since its inception, The Santa Fe Opera has staged forty-four American and eleven international premieres, and has commissioned ten new operas.

Santa Fe International Folk Art Market – July 11-13, 2014

Mata Ortiz Pottery- Santa Fe Folk Art Market

Mata Ortiz Pottery- Santa Fe Folk Art Market

The International Folk Art Market showcases wares from over 190 artists- from over 60 countries. The artist selection process is led by a committee of experts from museums like the Smithsonian. Shoppers are able to purchase handmade unique items such as jewelry, bright silks, high-end rugs, woven baskets, wood carvings, paintings and much more. Market goers enjoy complimentary tasting of foods from around the world while live music provides a pleasant shopping experience. The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market is the largest international folk art market in the world showcasing master craftsmanship which enables the artists to preserve their artistic traditions and gain the financial ability to improve their lives and their communities. Since it’s inception in  2004, the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market has become a one-of-a-kind event brings over 20,000 visitors in attendance to include: representatives from UNESCO, the Clinton Global Initiative, Peace Corps volunteers, ambassadors and designers. Held at Milner Plaza, next to Santa Fe’s Museum of International Folk Art, market goers catch a free shuttle less than a block from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn doorstep!

Spanish Market- Santa Fe, NM

Spanish Market- Santa Fe, NM

Traditional Spanish Market and Contemporary Hispanic Market - July 26-27, 2014

The Santa Fe Spanish Market is one of three Heritage Events held annually in Santa Fe. Spanish Market week events includes: lectures, luncheons, and concerts. Events take place at various venues throughout the city from July 21-27, 2014. The 63rd Spanish Market will feature 350+ artists from the region who work in handmade traditional Spanish Colonial art forms such as weavings, carvings, jewelry, furniture, tinwork and more all indoors at the Community Center. Congruently on the Plaza, the 28th Annual Contemporary Hispanic Market will showcase original contemporary work and individual expressive art outdoors in booths. Live music and dance, art demonstrations and regional food sales enhance these popular events on the Santa Fe Plaza which is less than a 7 minute walk from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn (free parking is provided to overnight guests).

Annual Santa Fe Indian Market – August 18-24, 2014

Santa Fe Plaza at Market time!

Santa Fe Plaza at Market time!

Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) celebrates its 93rd Santa Fe Indian Market in 2014! This prestigious annual event brings together 1,100 of the most gifted Native American artists from about 100 tribes who compete for prizes, displaying and selling art work in over 600 booths. Established and emerging Indian artists are celebrated as to their craft, creativity and hard work. 150,000+ visitors, buyers, collectors and gallery owners emerge on Santa Fe from all over the world for a rare opportunity to

meet and purchase 10 kinds of art, in both traditional and contemporary, directly from the artist. A Sneak and General Preview of the Award Winning Art and the SWAIA Live Auction Gala Dinner are held on the eve of the Market while other events including the Native Film Festival, music on the Plaza, a Native American clothing contest, lectures and symposia are available to enjoy the weekdays prior to the Market. Quality is the hallmark of the Santa Fe Indian Market as there are no other venues that consistently brings so many fine Native American artists together in one place at one time.

Fiesta de Santa Fe – late August- early September

Santa Fe's Zozobra Festival brings thousands to watch the burning of "Old Man Gloom"

Zozobra burns to usher in Santa Fe’s Fiesta Celebrations

This annual event occurs in late August / early September 2014. One of the oldest continuous celebrations in the United States, commemorates Don Diego de Vargas’ reentry into Santa Fe on September 14, 1692 which followed the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. A proclamation was signed in 1712 to establish an annual commemoration by the Santa Fe City Council. 2014’s celebration kicks off the 301st Fiesta de Santa Fe at Fort Marcy Park with the burning of Zozobra (Old Man Gloom). Zozobra is to symbolize the cleaning of hardships and travails from over the past year and afterward downtown streets leading to the Plaza are closed to traffic-allowing spectators to walk, socialize and purchase food and drink. During Labor Day weekend, a Fine Arts and Crafts Market as well as a Pre-Fiesta Show offers a number of other events throughout the City. Mariachi Extravaganza de Santa Fe is scheduled at the Santa Fe Opera; Historical Lectures are to be held at St. Francis Auditorium; and Mariachi Matinee performed at the Lensic Performing Arts Center- all an easy stroll from Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn. Other entertaining events include — mariachi music and Spanish dancing on the plaza; Desfile De Los Ninos (children’s Pet Parade), Fiesta Royalty Ceremonies, the Historical / Hysterical Parade with floats and marching bands, arts and crafts, food vendors, etc. on Saturday and Sunday of Fiesta de Santa Fe.

Santa Fe Pro Musica- Sept thru April

Santa Fe Pro Musica brings together outstanding musicians to inspire and educate audiences of all ages through the performance of great music. A nationally recognized musical organization remaining steeped in its commitment to the Santa Fe community and was founded in 1980. A varied program of ensembles are offered in numerous historic venues- all walking distance from Pueblo Bonito Inn. Santa Fe Pro Musica presents  selections of music from the last four centuries to include works from chamber orchestra, chamber ensemble, and large-scale oratorios  throughout its seasonal months beginning in September and running through April. Annual Baroque Christmas concerts are very popular with Santa Fe visitors being highly advised to include this in their Santa Fe Christmas plans. Also Baroque Holy Week coinciding with Easter Holiday celebration is a musical wonder for New Mexico travelers to Santa Fe. 2007 seasoon brought high recognition to Santa Fe Pro Musica when Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde/The Song of the Earth was recorded in collaboration with Smithsonian Chamber Players and then nominated for a 2008 GRAMMY® Award in classical music category “Best Small Ensemble Performance“.

Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta- Sept 24-28, 2014

Santa Fe cuisine

New Mexico Chile- yum!

Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta is an annual event creating a five-day weekend of events! Local Santa Fe, New Mexico culinary artistry is featured as many top Santa Fe chefs couple their skills with the sophistication and wines of national wineries. This annual Santa Fe event brings over 90 national wineries to Santa Fe to partner with 75 of Santa Fe’s best restaurants, creating a delectable schedule of food and wine events.  Cooking demos, wine seminars, winery luncheons and dinners area all featured events, yet all the while the Grand Tasting culminates this Fiesta at the Santa Fe Opera. All 75 participating Santa Fe restaurants and all 90 wineries serve samples of their best food and wine for those lucky enough to get tickets!  Make your reservation and plans now to attend Santa Fe Wine & Chile Fiesta in one of the most desirable southwestern travel destinations- Santa Fe, New Mexico. Let Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast be your host with great internet rates available NOW! www.pueblobonitoinn.com

42nd Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta - October 4-12, 2014

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta

Fans and participants from throughout the world enjoy the annual event held at the 200-acre Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta Park. Breathtaking mass ascensions, evening Balloon Glows, and balloon races are all apart of this nine-day color-filled extravaganza New Mexico Fiesta event! Special balloon shapes always amaze and delight and have in years past included a giant butterfly, elephant, Darth Vader, Elsie the cow and even an ice cream cone! Make plans now to stay at Pueblo Bonito bed and breakfast inn- Santa Fe, while attending this spectacular event- rooms fill up quickly! Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta is one of the most photographed events in the world and is so easy to enjoy while staying and experience all Santa Fe has to offer. HINT: Ride the roadrunner transit train from Santa Fe to Fiesta Park- save the hassle, inconvenience and expense of parking and driving yourself! Downtown Santa Fe depot is a short walk from Pueblo Bonito b&b- 3 blocks- to hop on the roadrunner to the Bernalillo depot then take the Balloon shuttle to Fiesta park! Fun, easy and memorable.

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