FEATURED EVENTS

Plan to attend one of the many exciting events in Albuquerque this summer!

Summer Concert Series

JUNE 8-AUGUST 1
Enjoy regional, national and international talent playing a variety of music, including country, Latin rock, Afro-Cuban, Celtic, bluegrass, Cajun and pop-rock.

Heights Summerfest featuring Squirrel Nut Zippers

SATURDAY, JUNE 9 | 5-10:30 p.m.
Kick off the summer with Heights Summerfest at North Domingo Baca Park. The free event features a concert, children's activities, a local Microbrew Garden for those who are of age, an artisan market full of handcrafted goods by local craftsmen, food trucks and more. It is fun for all ages. Admission is free. 

Freedom 4th

TUESDAY, JULY 4 | 3-10 pm
One of New Mexico's largest Fourth of July celebrations returns to the Balloon Fiesta Park with live music, more than 30 food vendors, free kids' activities, and one of the largest firework displays in the state. Admission is free

Route 66 Summerfest

SATURDAY, JULY 21 | 3-10 pm
The local favorite, Route 66 Summerfest, will once again fill the streets in historic Nob Hill. The fan favorite features three stages, Cork & Tap Microbrew Garden with local beer, wine, and spirits, the Mother Road Market with handcrafted goods by local craftsmen, food trucks, the Old Route 66 Car Show, and more. Admission is free. 

Downtown Summerfest

SATURDAY, AUGUST 4 | 5-10:30 pm
Downtown Summerfest returns to its original location on Civic Plaza. The free festival features live music, children's activities, a microbrew garden with local spirits, an artisan market full of handcrafted goods by local craftsmen, food trucks, and more. It is fun for all ages. Admission is free. 

Westside Summerfest featuring Chubby Checker

SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 | 5-10:30 pm
Bring the summer to an end with the Westside Summerfest at Cottonwood Corners. The street party features a concert, children's activities, a microbrew garden with local beer, wine and spirits, an artisan market full of handcrafted goods by local craftsmen, food trucks and more. This is a family-friendly event. Admission is free.