SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – After going virtual last year, the Santa Fe Indian Market is making a comeback. The market will be back up and running in-person this August, starting Saturday the 21.
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It will host about 500 artists from across the country. Officials say this year’s market will be smaller with capacity at 75%. The number of tickets allowed is still in the works but they do plan to keep the online market running, as well. This will mark the event’s 99th year.