A juried show of arts-crafts. The Plaza.
The distinctive open-air arts and crafts market features one-of-a-kind treasures from booths that line the historic plaza. Select from unique hand fashioned jewelry, pottery, chic clothing, stylish leather, paintings, photography, handsome wood products, hand blown glass, and countless other items. Meet the artist, discuss their work and take home a treasure.
Food Booths: September 6 – September 8, 2013
9am – 5pm daily
Cruising the historic plaza for your favorite food, whether a chicharrón burrito, green chile cheese burger, fried bread with honey, corn-on-the-cob, candy apples or cotton candy is favorite past time for fiesta participants; it’s a staple of Fiesta weekend. Find your favorite food on the plaza.
Zozobra is a hideous but harmless fifty-foot bogeyman marionette. He is a toothless, empty-headed facade. He has no guts and doesn’t have a leg to stand on. He is full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. He never wins. He moans and groans, rolls his eyes and twists his head. His mouth gapes and chomps. His arms flail about in frustration. Every year we do him in. We string him up and burn him down in ablaze of fireworks. At last, he is gone, taking with him all our troubles for another whole year. Santa Fe celebrates another victory. Viva la Fiesta! – A.W. Denninger
Gates Open at 2 pm
Entertainment begins at 2:30 pm
Official Opening begins at 7:00pm
For more information about Zozobra please visit http://burnzozobra.com/