You will find something for everyone here at the largest state fair in the nation. Start with the Professional Rodeo ... More
New Mexico State Fair
You will find something for everyone here at the largest state fair in the nation. Start with the Professional Rodeo Association performances in Tingley Coliseum followed by a concert that will showcase 20 internationally known entertainers. Stop by the midway and checkout the excitement of rides and games of skill. The snacks are plentiful with the classic cotton candy, caramel apples, and snow cones. The exhibit halls are packed with the finest arts, crafts and livestock that New Mexico has to offer. The Spanish and The Indian Villages feature great music, dancing, artwork, demonstrations and traditional food.
taking away arm bands ruins the fair for all children.our govenor only wants the wealthy to be able to attend.have gone to the fair for twenty years and and each year attended seven days.with each ride costing 4 or 5 dollar a piece cannot afford to attend once..thank you MR.Richardson for ruining the state fair for the children of new mexico..will be spending my money in las vegas and waiting to vote for a new govener
I like it because I think that it has the bestest rides in New Mexico to me and I think everyone should go to the state fair cause it is so awsome. And I am so happy I get to go three times this year I mean it will probly be the best time of my life just because I get to go three times. Oh and the days are going to be Sunday September 16, Monday September 17, and Wendsday September 19. IT WILL BE THE GREATEST TIME OF MY 11 YEAR OLD LIFE I THINK.
Albu. has so many fun and exciting people i always have the time of my life. the zoo, aquarium, and the botanical gardens are so neat and you are going to need a couple of days just to see all they have to offer. the food is great if you get a chance dine at a mom and pop resturant such as Los Cuites in albq. or Ranchos de corrales in Corrales. Corrales is located by Bernalillo and Rio Rancho. Also go to the malls they have the best items and tons of sales. i love meeting locals because i use to be one and they are the most facanating people to converse with. there are so many cultures to explore in New Mexico. make sure ou ask a local what sites to see. the Sandia peak is great as well as the hot springs.
I grew up 3 blocks from the fair grounds and went to the horse races every year and we love the fair. BUt, any more, the horsemen get no support. Look at the state fair web site and no mention of horse racing. When the Albuq. Journal puts out their yearly State Fair booklet, it has no coverage of the horses or owners, jockies who will be at the fair. Doesn't list the purses and days when those large purse races will be run. Doesn't even list the first post time. It is sad the way the horsemen and the Sport of Kings get no support from the local papers. Much less the State Racing board...they should really be ashamed of the way they aren't doing their jobs. It stinks.
The wonderful people of NM, with all their ethnic backgrounds, their delicious food, and their colorful costumes all come together in the 2004 State Fair. Loved every minute we were there. The most friendly people anywhere, and so much to discover at this years fair. Go! Enjoy!
The new NM State Fair website is: exponm.com/ NM's state fair is great. Great food, rides, agricultural and art exhibits. Plus it's reasonably priced (Adults: $5 Children 12 and under: $3) Great place to spend the day.
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