The 4th annual Albuquerque International Festival will be Saturday, September 29, 2012 at the Talin Market, Louisiana and Central SE. If you’re interested in renting a booth or volunteering, you can find information on the ABQIF web page.
To simply enjoy the event, join us from 10 am until 5 pm for fabulous international food – including some or your favorite food trucks! – and entertainment.
Looking for that perfect gift, or a special treat just for you? Take advantage of the opportunity to buy local products as well as international arts and crafts.
Interested in local organizations and services? Neighborhood organizations, small business resources and other groups will be at the festival.
As the event plans are finalized, we’ll update information about the entertainment schedule and vendors.
Hope to see you on September 29!
A new neighborhood food cart pod is starting up on the corner of Marble and San Pedro NE on March 24, 2012. Carts will be on site on Saturday afternoons from 3:30 until 6:30 pm. Outdoor seating will be available. Enjoy a meal and or dessert at some terrific mobile eateries. The new pod is supported by the Fair Heights and Mark Tain Neighborhood Associations.
Many of your favorite food trucks – plus a great lineup of entertainment, arts and crafts booths, community organizations, children’s activities, international cuisine and more will be at the Albuquerque International Festival on Saturday, October 1 from 10 am until 5 pm. The ABQ International Festival is held at the Talin Market at the SE corner of Louisiana and Central – the same place as Curbside Cuisine.
Now in its third year, the ABQ International Festival celebrates Albuquerque’s multicultural International District. Drop by after the Balloon Fiesta or take a break from your Saturday errands! Free parking is available at Alcazar and Central SE, and the Festival is accessible by transit via the Central Avenue (Route 66) bus and the Louisiana (Route 157) bus.
Entertainment starts on the main stage at 10 am. The entertainment schedule is here. There will be music and dance representing Albuquerque’s many cultures on the main stage, with special performances in the crafts and food area during the day.
The Kid Zone will include a climbing wall and jumper – lots of fun for kids of all ages.