Held over two days on the weekend after the third Thursday in August, the Santa Fe Indian Market draws hundreds of thousands of visitors to the city from all across the world every year. A celebration of Native American arts and culture, the market is a haven for rare and unique finds, featuring everything from pottery and jewelry to paintings, sculptures, textile weavings, beadwork and artifacts. A hotbed for a thriving arts and cultural scene, Santa Fe welcomes the weekend of celebration with fashion events, music, dance, regional foods and rousing films highlighting what makes the southwest city so culturally unique.
Admission is free; prices for arts and crafts vary by vendor
Market is open from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm through the weekend
Indian Market Best in Show
Native Cinema Showcase
Native Haute Coutre Fashion Show
What is Indian Market Week?
Indian Market Week takes place during the week leading up to the Santa Fe Indian Market and features a series of events highlighting Native literature, fashion, music, film and the visual arts. Visitors can browse the Indian Market calendar for information on events leading up to the weekend's festivities.
What else can I do at the Market?
The best ways to immerse yourself in the culture of Santa Fe are through its music, its outdoor markets and its food. The Market offers up unique traditional and modern Native foods, as well as several spots where you can take in performances by Native musicians. Inspiring films show throughout the weekend.