Las Cruces Country Music Festival

Looking for Something Fun to do this Spring?

Downtown has everything you need to have a great Easter!

This Easter weekend spend time with your family and come enjoy downtown!

Tomorrow morning come to the Las Cruces Farmers and Crafts market. With delicious treats, festive decor, and spring weather the Farmer’s Market is a great way to kick off your Easter weekend!

Start your Sunday in downtown! Don’t miss the Easter morning sunrise service at the Plaza de Las Cruces at 6:30AM. Get the day started early and take in the beautiful sunrise over the Organ Mountains while attending this wonderful service.

Countdown to the end of the Semester events!

Looking for a great way to shake up the last bit of your Spring semester? Downtown has you covered!

Next weekend the annual Las Cruces Country Music Festival begins with three jam packed country festival days with line ups including The Marshall Tucker Band, Bri Bagwell, and more!

If you love country music this festival is a must! Local food trucks and vendors will be present to give you a true country music experience! What could be better than music, food, and fun?

Are you into micro breweries?

The micro-brewery scene is heating up in Las Cruces with four locations to choose from to enjoy local craft brews.

The upcoming Blazin Brewfest is the perfect way to escape the May heat. Tickets are available at Spotted Dog Brewery, Bosque Brewing Taproom, and High Desert Brewing. You can also purchase tickets online here.

Tickets are $6-$17 and include unlimited samples of ales and lagers from all featured breweries at the event. Each ticket comes with a commemorative glass to use for future beer enjoyment.

Please note: You must be 21 years or older to attend without a parent or guardian present. 

This year’s breweries include: Abbey Brewing, Bosque Brewing, Drafty Kilt, Enchanted Circle, High Desert, Kaktus Brewing, La Cumbre, Little Toad Creek, Marble, Milton’s, Palmer Brewery, Pecan Brewery, Picacho Peak, Red Door, Santa Fe, Sierra Blanca, Spotted Dog, Starr Bros, Taos Mesa Tractor Brewing.

What could be better than an ice cold beer in the Plaza de Las Cruces?