ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – If you’re a visitor, lived here your entire life, or are somewhere in the middle, you are bound to be looking for something to do.
With Albuquerque’s feel of a small town in a big city, repetitiveness seems to become the norm.
So those who are looking to get out of the same-old, same-old, look to ABQ 365 to help you venture from your comfort zone.
ABQ 365 is Albuquerque’s online source for community happenings, by the community.
This guide will lead you to places to stay, things to do, shopping, and even specials and coupons for around town.
This week, enjoy the outdoors with friends.
The Route 66 Summerfest is the largest festival in the state. It lasts three days and is jam packed with live music, car shows, local brews, and much more.
The Jazz Festival also begins this weekend and lasts for two weeks. Head over the the Outpost Performance space, Hiland Theater or even the Old Town Plaza to enjoy great music.
The New Mexico IPA challenge is another event that begins Saturday, July 18. Take your turn blind tasting local brews and being the judge. This all begins at the Boxing Bear Brewery at noon.
Animal lovers can head over to the EXPO New Mexico to enjoy the Youth Arabian National Horse Show. From Saturday, July 18 through Saturday, July 25, watch junior riding competitions for free.
ABQ 365 Blogs will also help to give you a glance to what you can expect in the city’s hot spots.
This free online calendar of local events and happenings is managed by the Albuquerque Convention and Visitors Bureau.
To take a look at what is going on right in your backyard, visit ABQ 365’s website.