4th of July Village Celebrations

Live Music..Parade..Food..Kids Games

at Taos Ski Valley

Time: 2:00pm     Day: Thursday     Doors: 2:36pm     Ages: All Ages    
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Celebrate the 4th of July Taos Ski Valley style!

See you in Taos Ski Valley this 4th of July with a full weekend of events and fun. For Lodging Specials please visit this page

Parade

2pm - 3pm                                

Celebrate the 4th of July in Taos Ski Valley in true Mountain Fashion. Get here early to greet our village parade led by Jean Mayer, founder of the St Bernard Hotel and a pioneer of Taos Ski Valley. Cheer on the colorful floats as they make it through the village streets. Local ski patrollers, EMS, Village Staff, TSV Staff and Residents are all challenged to create the most hilarious contraptions to be in the parade and win the coveted 4th of July "Float of the Year" Trophy.

Kids get here early and you can ride in the fire truck with sirens blazing!

Rubber Duck Race

Location - Sierra del Sol

3pm - 3.30pm

The Rubber Duck Race is a fundraiser for the Field Institute of Taos - Outdoor Education Programs for Youth. You may pre-purchase your racing ducks by contacting Fit Taos at info@fitaos.org then watch in anticipation at the finish line to see your ducks placing.Great prizes will be won by all ducks that are placed.

Live Music at the Base Stage - Last to Know and the Revolving Door Circus

3.30pm - 6.30pm

Relax with your family and friends for an afternoon of fun and live music at the Resort Center. Bouncy Castle for the kids and free popcorn.

Last to know Bio:

Based in Taos, New Mexico, Last to Know is a six-piece band blending the heartiest world rhythms with jam-band passion, while muddying the lines between Americana roots music, disco, funk and bluegrass.

"They create a full dance experience making it hard to stop dancing... Reminiscent of the best jam bands of our era, but with their own bluegrass funk twist, this is a show not be missed." - The Crestone Eagle

As the evening draws in the Fire pits will light up and kids can start roasting marshmallows. Be sure to bring a blanket so you can nestle in under the stars.

See you on the 4th!