4312 Cerrillos Rd.
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Phone: (505) 474-7330
Fax: (505) 474-0951
This establishment is part of the Regal cinemas chain. It is located on the North Side of Santa Fe Place, close to the South 6. It features the latest flicks showing on six big screens. So if you are here and have some time before or after your shopping trip, call your friends, grab some refreshments and chill out while watching your favorite actor or film. For further information on the cinema, check the website.
Regal Santa Fe Stadium 14 is the perfect place to see all of the big Hollywood blockbuster movies. Movie watching options include IMAX and 3D at additional fees and there are a wide array of snacks to choose from at this theater's concession stands. The theater seats are comfortable and picture and sound quality for the movies is top notch.
Santa Fe County Fairgrounds entertains a wide range of events and festivities from time to time. Attend exotic music shows, concerts, art dos, cultural events, and exhibitions among other things at this venue. Pluck the strings of your banjo during the famous Santa Fe Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival! This good old country festival presents the charm of the hoedown to its audience. A visit to the fairgrounds is a must during major events and festivities.
Latino and Hispanic cultural expressions come alive at this intimate space in South Santa Fe. Teatro Paraguas is managed by a company of the same name, that uses its stage mainly to showcase their own theatrical creations. But, they also rent out this space to other upcoming artists, offering them a platform to display their talents. Poetry, book readings and discussions, theatrical plays and concerts, that highlight Latin culture, are the kind of events held at Teatro Paraguas.
Located to the south of Santa Fe, High Mayhem offers a platform for upcoming musicians to showcase their talents. At High Mayhem, you will find performances by artists who challenge conventional norms and go beyond. This stage is mainly for experimental musicians. Established in 2001, High Mayhem is not only a concert venue, but also a record label and production facility that can give exposure to these talents.
Named after the beautiful yesteryear British actress, Greer Garson, this theater is the performance space of the Santa Fe University of Art and Design. Greer Garson Theatre Center offers two stages: the Main Theater that seats over 500, and the Weckesser Studio Theatre which is a 90-seat black box theater. An acting lab, dance studio and rehearsal rooms with pianos are also located on site.
This establishment showcases the best in independent cinema. Sixteen Dolby speakers, stadium seating and a hi-definition screen are the highlights of this place. The location of this establishment on the campus of the Santa Fe University of Art and Design means that a large percentage of the visitors are students. For more details, check the website. Call +1 800 456 2673 (Toll Free).
Nestled in a humble space to the south of Santa Fe, GiG Performance Space is where you should head to, to get your dose of music. A brainchild of the Open Arts Foundation, GiG was established with the aim of providing upcoming musicians with a rehearsal space. But it expanded to being more than just that. It has become one of Santa Fe's prime venues to watch concerts by local talents.
The Paolo Soleri Amphitheatre is located on the grounds of the Santa Fe Indian School, and during the summer months, has a packed and diverse lineup of shows. Designed by renowned architect Paolo Soleri, the amphitheater is a product of his unique talent of combining architecture and ecology. However, because of certain design flaws, he was never able to complete it. It still stands unfinished and mysterious and is used for concerts and smaller performances.
The Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, which produces the Aspen Dance Festival, has thrilled audiences with a myriad of dancing styles. This troupe offers classes in Jazz, ballet and tap. Check the website for upcoming events and ticket prices, both in Aspen and in Santa Fe.
In the past, the historic Santa Fe Downs was a race track for thoroughbred horses, but closed in 1997. It is now an ideal location for summer concerts, and is now primarily used for outdoor music performances and events. The Santa Fe Music Fest is also held here.
James A. Little Theater is located at the New Mexico School for the Deaf. It hosts a diverse range of programs. Be it a musical or theatrical performance, or a local event, this is the preferred venue. The school often invited guest lecturers to come create awareness and inspire confidence in the students. Deemed as one of the popular cultural center of the city, the James A. Little Theater has operated for over two decades.