This week in Albuquerque, events include Summerfest celebrations, drone-flying lessons, and an antique & vintage show! 

Watch our weekly segment on KRQE / Fox New Mexico (Channel 13-2)  on Wednesday mornings at 7:35 to stay up to date with events in Albuquerque. Then check out our ABQ365 calendar to find all the event details and use the hashtags #ABQevents and #ThingsToDoABQ to join the conversation on social media!  

  • Downtown Summerfest

On Saturday, Civic Plaza will be packed with food, fun and music! Shop a variety of local vendors in the artisan market and enjoy free kids’ activities. Grab a bite to eat from one of the many local food trucks and enjoy a drink in the beer garden which will have a wide selection of local beer, wine and spirits. There will be live performances from Dust City Opera, Felix y Los Gatos, Reviva and the headlining act is Grammy-nominated blues band, Robert Randolph & The Family Band.

  • 20th Annual Great Southwestern Antique & Vintage Show

At this antique show, learn more about the history of the Southwest and the art of collecting and investing in Native American Art, Ethnographic Art and more! You can apply your new knowledge by shopping at one of the over 150 quality antique vendors from around the United States that will be present at this show. A part of the proceeds for this event will benefit programs that promote Arts & Education in New Mexico.

  • New Mexico True Night at Isotopes Park

Celebrate this great state at an Isotopes game this Friday. For the sixth year in a row, the New Mexico Tourism Department is providing informational booths for organizations throughout the state. Learn more about what there is to do in Acoma Pueblo, Taos, Bernalillo County and more! The first 2,000 fans will receive a free dry-fit New Mexico True Isotopes shirt.

  • Duke City Pedaler: Sunday Brunch Ride

Duke City Pedaler’s Sunday Brunch Ride was so popular they decided to bring it back for another year!  Meet up downtown and hop on the pedaler then head out with the group to have brunch at The Boiler Monkey Bistro. After you’ve gotten your fill of crepes or biscuits and gravy, begin the leisurely ride to the Railyards Markets to check out hundreds of New Mexico’s finest food, farm, artisan and healing vendors. Once you’ve shopped all you can, pedal your way to a local brewery/taproom of your group’s choosing.

  • Colibri Flight Academy

If learning to fly a drone has been on your list of things to do, this Saturday is your opportunity! Each attendee will be given a micro-drone to take home and work with during the class. This class is three hours long and will cover setting up the drone and it’s remote, remote controller flight instruction and overview of maintenance and safety precautions.  Plus, practice flying your new drone in the wide-open space of the Balloon Museum’s east lawn!

  • Halfway Decent Karaoke

Come sing your heart out at Red Door Brewing Company’s taproom every Monday night, even if singing isn’t really your thing. This is karaoke with no expectations – halfway decent is just enough, and pairs well with one of their expertly brewed pints.

  • Wedding Gallery

Planning a wedding can be stressful, but this Wedding Gallery will make it a little easier - a curated event with the discerning bride and groom in mind. The best wedding professionals in the area have been handpicked to showcase their products and services that are sure to make any wedding picture-perfect. Enjoy delicious food stations, couture fashions and endless wedding inspirations and giveaways.