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Taos Mesa Brewing features 12 distinct house beers on draught at all times. On any given day, you will be able to enjoy light, thirst quenching beers like our Kolsch .45 and Sabor del Sol Pilsner, as well as full bodied, hearty dark beers like our Black Widow Porter or Great Scot! Scottish, or a bright and hoppy IPA. Our 10 barrel all grain infusion mash brewhouse is working overtime to fill our fermenters and cold storage vessels with high quality beer. Top quality, consistent, and highly quaffable beers are the TMB signature.

On Tap at The Mothership
On Tap at the Taos Tap Room
On Tap at the Ski Valley Tap Room
Apr 21st 2018 7:00pm
Roots & Wires Presents...Vieux Farka Touré
Apr 23rd 2018 7:00pm
Apr 28th 2018 7:00pm
Pulse: (Our) Community Drum Circle Class
May 5th 2018 10:00am
Taos Bellydance Festival
May 12th 2018 8:00pm
Roots&Wires Presents... Juke Joint Series Vol. 19
May 31st 2018 7:00pm
Music on the Mothership Kick-Off Party
Jun 1st 2018 3:00pm
Music on the Mothership Festival
Jun 1st 2018 5:00pm
Music on the Mothership Festival - FRIDAY
Jun 2nd 2018 12:00pm
Music on the Mothership Festival - SATURDAY
Jun 3rd 2018 12:00pm
Music on the Mothership Festival - SUNDAY
Jun 28th 2018 8:00pm
Heart Byrne
Jul 11th 2018 7:00pm
Aug 1st 2018 7:00pm
American Aquarium

The Mothership

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Taos Tap Room

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CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE April 2 - April 4 @ 5pm



Taos Ski Valley Tap Room

Find us on the Slopes
On Tap at the Ski Valley Tap Room


Roots & Wires Presents...Vieux Farka Touré

African Music Royalty!

4/21/2018 7:00pm

$20 · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Roots + Wires Presents...

Vieux Farka Touré

Show starts @ 7pm
Tickets $20 adv / $24 at door

Often referred to as “The Hendrix of the Sahara”, Vieux Farka Touré was born in Niafunké, Mali in 1981. He is the son of legendary Malian guitar player Ali Farka Touré, who died in 2006. Ali Farka Touré came from a historical tribe of soldiers, and defied his parents in becoming a musician. When Vieux was in his teens, he declared that he also wanted to be a musician. His father dissaproved due to the pressures he had experienced being a musician. Rather, he wanted Vieux to become a soldier. But with help from family friend the kora maestro Toumani Diabaté, Vieux eventually convinced his father to give him his blessing to become a musician shortly before Ali passed.

Vieux was initially a drummer / calabash player at Mali’s Institut National des Arts, but secretly began playing guitar in 2001. Ali Farka Touré was weakened with cancer when Vieux announced that he was going to record an album. Ali recorded a couple of tracks with him, and these recordings, which can be heard on Vieux’s debut CD, were amongst his final ones. It has been said that the senior Touré played rough mixes of these songs when people visited him in his final days, at peace with, and proud of, his son’s talent as a musician.

In 2005, Eric Herman (still Vieux’s manager today) of Modiba Productions expressed an interest in producing an album for Vieux; this led to Vieux’s self-titled debut album, released by World Village in 2007. Ali Farka Touré’s work to tackle the problem of malaria is continued as 10% of proceeds are donated to Modiba’s “Fight Malaria” campaign in Niafunké through which over 3000 mosquito nets have been delivered to children and pregnant women in the Timbuktu region of Mali. On this first album, Vieux pays homage to his father and follows Ali’s musical tradition, giving new versions of the West African music that is echoed in the American blues. The album features Toumani Diabaté, as well as his late father. One of the tracks, ‘Courage’, is on the soundtrack of the film The First Grader (2010).

On his second record, Fondo on Six Degrees (2009), Vieux branched out and presented his own sound: while remaining true to the roots of his father’s music he uses elements of rock, Latin music, and other African influences. The album received a great deal of critical acclaim from across the globe, and Vieux was clearly moving out of his father’s shadow.

By June 2010, Vieux was performing at the opening concert for the FIFA World Cup in South Africa. That month Vieux also released his first live album, LIVE. His live performances are highly energized and Vieux is known for dazzling crowds with his speed and dexterity on the guitar, as well as his palpable charisma and luminous smile, both of which captivate audiences from all audiences in spite of any language barriers (though Vieux does speak 8 languages).

In 2011 Vieux released his 3rd studio album, The Secret, so named because the listener will hear the secret of the blues with a blend of generations from father to son. It was produced by guitarist Eric Krasno (of the Soulive trio) and features South African-born vocalist Dave Matthews, Derek Trucks on electric slide guitar and jazz guitarist John Scofield. The title track is the last collaboration between Vieux and his late father. With the heralded release of The Secret, Vieux Farka Touré has clearly established himself as one of the world’s rare musical talents and guitar virtuosos with a distinct style that always pays homage to the past while looking towards the future.

Vieux released The Tel Aviv Session (Cumbancha) in April 2012, a collaborative project with Israeli superstar Idan Raichel dubbed ‘The Touré-Raichel Collective’ that has been hailed by fans and critics alike as a masterpiece and one of the best collaborative albums in the history of international music, drawing comparisons to Ali Farka Touré and Ry Cooder’s legendary Talking Timbuktu album. 

In 2013, Vieux Farka Touré’s beautiful and critically acclaimed latest album Mon Pays was released as an homage to his homeland.  Being that his native Mali had recently been splintered by territorial fighting between Tuareg and Islamic rebels since January 2012, Mon Pays was devoted to reminding the world about the beauty and culture of his native Mali. Translated as ‘My Country,’ this predominantly acoustic undertaking transformed into an artifact of cultural preservation. Two songs on the project -Future’ and ‘Peace’ feature Sidiki Diabate’s kora leading an emotional charge complemented by Touré’s spectacular guitar work. Both tracks represent an important generational “passing of the torch” as Sidiki’s father, Toumani is considered one of the greatest living kora masters and was a close friend of Vieux’s father Ali. Mon Pays has been widely hailed as the most mature and lovely record yet from one of this generation’s most exciting artists to come out of Mali and one of world music’s true rising stars.

Vieux reunited with Idan Raichel in Paris to record, release and subsequently tour their 2nd collaborative album as The Touré-Raichel Collective in 2014. The result was yet another musical and critical triumph, titled 'The Paris Session' (Cumbancha) revered by many as not just a musical gem for the ages but a powerful testimonial to the power of art and fraternity to transcend vast cultural and political divides.  In 2015, Vieux released another unexpected, genre-bending collaborative album, this time with New York-based singer Julia Easterlin, aptly titled 'Touristes'.   The album shot to the top of the iTunes World chart and earned critical acclaim, including that of John Schaefer (NPR) who called it "brilliant."  On April 7, 2017, Vieux released his latest album 'Samba', recorded live in front of a small audience at Applehead Studio in Woodstock, NY.  The album is already being hailed by critics as Vieux's finest, most well-rounded and mature album to date.  With each new project, Vieux expands his horizons, embraces new challenges and further entrenches his reputation as one of the world’s most talented and innovative musicians.



The Noseeums opening.

4/23/2018 7:00pm

$15 · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

On their fifth full-length, Watching It All Fall Apart, FRUITION transform pain and heartache into something truly glorious. With their songwriting sharper and more nuanced than ever before—and their sonic palette more daringly expansive—the Portland, Oregon-based band’s full-hearted intensity ultimately gives the album a transcendent power.
“The songs are mostly breakup songs,” says Asebroek. “There was love and now it’s gone—we fucked it up, or some outside circumstance brought it to an end. It’s about dealing with all that but still having hope in your heart, even if you’re feeling a little lost and jaded.” In a departure from their usual DIY approach, Fruition teamed up with producer/mixer Tucker Martine (My Morning Jacket, The Decemberists, First Aid Kit, case/lang/veirs) to adorn their folk-rooted sound with delicately crafted elements of psychedelia and soul. Showcasing the sublime harmonies the band first discovered during an impromptu busking session in 2008, Watching It All Fall Apart also finds Fruition more fully embracing their rock-and-roll sensibilities and bringing a gritty vitality to each track. “We’ve been a band almost ten years now, and we’re at the point of being comfortable in our skin and unafraid to be whatever we want as time goes on,” Anderson notes. ....MORE





Pulse: (Our) Community Drum Circle Class

Mandala Retreats

Free Drum Lessons and Circle Jam around the fire. Drums provided, all levels welcome. Circle will be lead by Michelle Chandler

Come drum while the sun sets over the Mesa and the full moon rises over the mountains.

4/28/2018 7:00pm

FREE · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Taos Bellydance Festival

5/5/2018 10:00am

FREE · 9:00am · All Ages / Bar with ID


Roots&Wires Presents... Juke Joint Series Vol. 19

Live from North Mississippi Hill Country...Bill "Howl'N'Madd" Perry featuring Shy Perry King of the Mississippi Jukes

5/12/2018 8:00pm

$8 · 7:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Bill "Howl-N-Madd" Perry is one of the North Mississippi hill country's best-kept secrets--or at least he was, until he and saxophonist Alphonso Sanders took second place in the solo/duo category in this year's International Blues Challenge in Memphis.  Hailing from Abbeville, Mississippi, only a few miles down the road from Foxfire Ranch, he knows how to rock the juke with nothing more than his guitar, his foot, and his voice.  What is it with that voice?  His vocal stylings are haunting, compelling--a broad, choked vibrato that owes something to Howlin' Wolf and something to the diddley-bow, with a gravelly, bourbon-soaked edge.  Some of us think he's the best blues singer in Mississippi.  Maybe that's because he's lived a remarkable, wide-ranging life that has taken him far beyond the Magnolia State. 

Perry was born in rural Lafayette County; his father was a cotton sharecropper and moonshiner--"a country hustler," according to his son--and young Bill Perry spent his share of time in the fields.  He moved to Chicago as a young man and spent time in the clubs listening to Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, and Mighty Joe Young, but gospel is where he got his first break.  By his late 'teens he'd recorded gospel for Chess Records, toured the country with various groups and, played bass and guitar behind the Five Blind Boys and Shirley Ceaser.

In 1966, after a 12-day stint at Harlem's Apollo Theater, he found himself in Memphis, broke.  He put on his good clothes, went out to a club, and ended up hooking up with Little Milton, his Chess label-mate.  Touring with Milton, he began to sing, and he backed up T. Bone Walker, Freddie King, and other blues stars.  His odyssey took him back to Chicago, where he worked at Chess as producer and session player until the label shut down in 1975.  Later Perry ended up on the West Coast--backing up Little Richard and Johnnie Taylor, writing and producing two albums for Cash McCall.

By the late 70s he was burnt out.  He retired from music for eight years.  Then, in 1987, he moved back to Mississippi and got back to work.  During the 1990s his family band, The Perrys--with daughter Shy on bass and Billy, Jr. on keyboards--played weddings and frat parties and made occasional overseas trips.  Over the last decade, Perry has begun to play and record more of his own music, including, for the first time, some solo work in the classic Mississippi-bluesman groove.  He moonlights as a DJ on WROX in Clarksdale.  He's also started to teach local kids at the Delta Blues Museum as part of the Arts and Education Program.

"I'm not your typical bluesman," Perry told an interviewer.  "I'm stable and in a stable marriage for many years, so I don't sing about love lost and things.  I look around me and see what I see and write about it and sing about it.  The sounds that Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, Charlie Patton and all that stuff that they was playing, I have tried to take and borrow from that and add in my own special blend of experience over the years."

Music on the Mothership Kick-Off Party

Thursday Night featuring John Kadlecik

5/31/2018 7:00pm

FREE WITH 3 DAY · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Music on the Mothership


FEATURING John Kadlecik

Starts @ 8pm / $15 / FREE with a 3 Day Festival Pass

John Kadlecik is a singer, songwriter, and musician who can play most string instruments but is primarily known for being a guitar-slinging sideman to Grateful Dead members Phil Lesh and Bob Weir in the band Furthur. Also an original co-founder of the group Dark Star Orchestra, John has been performing improvisationally-oriented shows regularly since the late 1980's and touring nationally for the last 20 years. His work also includes several studio releases of original music, and he is currently touring with his own group, The John Kadlecik Band. 

For More INFORMATION Visit http://musiconthemothership.com/

Music on the Mothership Festival


Our Best lineup yet featuring Moe., Railroad Earth, Infamous Stringdusters, Fruition, Rising Appalachia, Antibalas, Nicki Bluhm, Melvin Seals and JGB, Assembly of Dust, Tea Leaf Green, Lil Smokies, Shook Twins, Last to Know, Rapidgrass, John Kadlecik, Jo

6/1/2018 3:00pm

$30 - $199 · 2:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Like a Boss Productions presents...

Music on the Mothership 2018




NO access to campgrounds

includes access to all campground events!

includes access to all campground events!

Add an RV for the Campground $30
Each user must have an individual camping pass and GA pass

Stay next door in style! Check out our vintage trailer packages and all it's perks!

KIDS: 2-12 years half-price. 2 and under FREE (Tickets only available at door, day of show)


Music on the Mothership Festival - FRIDAY

Friday Pass

6/1/2018 5:00pm

$50 - $70 · 4:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID


Liver Down the River
5:30-7:00pm  (Patio)

Rising Appalacia
7:00-8:30pm (Amphitheater)

Tea Leaf Green
8:30-9:30pm  (Indoor Stage)

9:30-11:00pm  (Amphitheater)

11:00-12:30am  (Indoor Stage)



Camping Passes available for Friday Only and grants access to all campground activities.

For More INFORMATION Visit http://musiconthemothership.com/


Music on the Mothership Festival - SATURDAY

Saturday Pass

6/2/2018 12:00pm

$75 - $95 · 11:00am · All Ages / Bar with ID


The Noseeums
11:00am-12:30pm (Amphitheater)

Ry Taylor and Friends
12:30-1:30 (Patio Stage)

Shook Twins
1:30-3:00pm  (Amphitheater)

Jack Cloonan and Friends
3:00-4:00pm (Patio Stage)

Joe Craven and the Sometimers
4:00-5:30pm  (Amphitheater)

5:30-7:00pm  (Patio)

The Infamous Stringdusters
7:00-8:30pm  (Amphitheater)

Nicki Bluhm
8:30-9:30pm  (Indoor Stage)

Railroad Earth
9:30-11:00pm  (Amphitheater)

Last to Know
11:00pm-12:30am  (Indoor Stage)



Camping Passes available for Saturday Only and grants access to all campground activities.

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Music on the Mothership Festival - SUNDAY

Sunday Pass

6/3/2018 12:00pm

$75 - $95 · 11:00am · All Ages / Bar with ID


Alice Wallace
11:00am-12:30pm (Patio Stage)

Igaus Davis
12:30-1:30pm (Amphitheater)

1:30-2:30pm  (Patio Stage)

Assembly of Dust
2:30-4:00pm (Amphitheater)

All Our Exes Live in Texas
4:00-5:00pm  (Patio Stage)

Melvin Seals and JGB
5:00-6:30pm  (Amphitheater)

6:30-8:00pm  (Indoor Stage)

8:00-10:00  (Amphitheater)

The Lil Smokies
10:00-12:00pm  (Indoor Stage)



Camping Passes available for Sunday Only and grants access to all campground activities.

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Heart Byrne

Talking Heads Tribute Band

6/28/2018 8:00pm

FREE · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

HeartByrne pays tribute to Talking Heads and David Byrne, who fused pop, funk, art rock, and African rhythms into perhaps the most adventurous, danceable and timeless music to emerge from the new wave movement. HeartByrne picks up the torch where the seminal concert film 'Stop Making Sense' left off, breathing new life into the classics and pushing the grooves into uncharted sonic territory. What began as an informal ‘hoot night' has evolved into a must-see touring act featuring vocalist Andrew Harn and some of Austin, TX's most talented musicians.


Tight communication and positive energy combusts into unstoppable funk.

7/11/2018 7:00pm

FREE · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID


Consisting of 5 close friends, STIG aims to bring people together with their music. The tight communication and positive energy shared between everyone in the group brews a raw and exciting experience at every show. STIG came together during their time at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. They spent most of their first year together playing sweaty, overflowing basement shows in Allston, the student filled neighborhood in Boston. STIG’s music is all original and is always written as a group to draw from everyone’s genre-crossing influences.

STIG is constantly touring, working hard to bring the vibrant soundscape of funky improvisational music to people all across the country. They released their first live album, “FLEX”, in September of 2016 and their EP, "Downtown Tom" was released in July of 2017. “Live at The Orpheum” was just released in October. The band has brought their high energy live show from coast to coast and is continuing to fill their calendar with national tour plans. Be on the lookout for new music, videos and tour dates from STIG!!

“Feel-good funk...played with the freewheeling abandon you would hope to hear from a bunch of very young, very talented musicians in the act of discovery”

American Aquarium

raw, rootsy rock & roll

8/1/2018 7:00pm

FREE · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

For nearly a decade, American Aquarium have spent the majority of their days on the road, burning through a sprawl of highways during the day and playing hours of raw, rootsy rock & roll at night. Sometimes, the job is a grind. Most times, it's a blessing. American Aquarium's songs, filled with biographical lyrics about last calls, lost love and long horizons, have always explored both sides of that divide. For every drunken night at the bar, there's a hangover in the morning. For every new relationship, there's the chance of a broken heart. It's that kind of honesty — that sort of balance — that makes the band's newest album, Wolves, their strongest release to date.

And it nearly didn't happen. When American Aquarium traveled to Muscle Shoals to record Burn.Flicker.Die. in 2012, they were convinced the album would be their last. Even though they had enlisted the help of award-winning singer-songwriter Jason Isbell to produce the sessions, they were exhausted; weathered and whittled to the bone by more than a half-decade of heavy partying and heavier touring. To a small group of diehard fans, they were absolute rockstars… but being rockstars to a cult audience doesn't always put food on your table or gas in your tank. BJ Barham, the band's frontman, was so poor that he'd been living out of a storage unit for months, unable to afford an apartment in the band's hometown of Raleigh, North Carolina.

Clearly, something had to give. Maybe it was time to make one final album — an album about failure, desperation and disillusionment — and then throw in the towel.

As fate would have it, Burn.Flicker.Die. eventually proved itself to be the band’s most successful release to date. Critics loved it. Fans rallied behind it. Fast forward 2 years and almost 500 shows later, the band has travelled the world, quadrupled their fan base and reinvented their passion for the road. When the time came to record another album in June 2014, it only made sense to do something that celebrated survival rather than failure.

The result? Wolves, which Barham describes as "the sound of a band firing on all cylinders". Produced by Megafaun's Brad Cook and recorded during a 20-day stay at Echo Mountain Studios in Asheville, NC, Wolves was funded entirely by American Aquarium’s diehard fanbase. The album’s 10 tracks represent a departure from the band’s signature twang. Instead drawing more from the alternative rock sound that inspired their name almost a decade ago. Wolves blends the twang of the pedal steel with the dark, dirty swirl of two electric guitars, creating a sound that's fit for the roadhouse, the honky tonk and the dive bar. Barham has certainly spent time in all three, but now looks to brighter horizons in these new songs.

"I've always written about being the drunk guy at the bar at 2 a.m.," he admits. "I've written about the pick-up lines and the drinking and the drugs. This record is more personal than that. It's a coming of age record."

It's also a record that reaffirms his faith in American Aquarium, a band he started in 2006. Since that time, more than 25 musicians have passed through the group's ranks. In recent years though, things have felt a lot more stable. Ryan Johnson, Bill Corbin, Whit Wright, Kevin McClain and the newest addition, Colin Dimeo, round out the group, turning Barham's songs into fiery, fleshed-out compositions.

With Wolves, which hit stores in early 2015, American Aquarium is literally bigger and better.

"We were legitimized by Burn.Flicker.Die.," Barham says. "That album was a breakup record with the road. It basically said, 'This is our last album, this is why we're quitting, and hey, thanks for the memories.' Fast-forward, though, and we've got a new record that says, 'We ain't done yet.'"

2nd ANNUAL JUMPSUIT Records Family Gathering

An intimate weekend of Music and Connection! Featuring The Polish Ambassador (2 nights!), Wildlight Live, Ayla Nereo, Ample Mammal and many more TBA soon!

9/6/2018 7:00pm

FREE · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

So many of you have been eagerly awaiting and asking us about our plans for 2018 and... we couldn't be more thrilled to officially announce our 2nd Annual Jumpsuit Family Gathering to be held once again within the majestic confines of the Taos Mesa Brewing Amphitheater in beautiful Taos, NM! Another full weekend packed with workshops, yoga, song, dance, ceremony and celebration amidst the backdrop of the Sangre De Cristo mountains of northern New Mexico!

The Gathering will take place Thursday September 6th through Sunday September 9th 2018!

Featuring The Polish Ambassador (2 nights!), Wildlight Live, Ayla Nereo, and much of our beloved Jumpsuit family of music makers!

Jumpsuit Records strives for community, to bring people together to celebrate in song and nature in some of our favorite places around the world. Those of you who were there to expereince our first year in Taos know just how much magic we all generated together throughout the weekend! With many of our workshops led by the musicians on our line-up we all got to know each other so well and learned so much together. This is truly a grass-roots gathering at its core... it was a common sight to see one of our crew playing their heart out on stage one minute, chopping firewood for the bonfire another minute and then connecting with one another in the crowd the next. We lean towards the progressive and unconventional, putting the focus on uplifting art and partying with a purpose. We know that our extended family covets an intimate festival experience, one that fosters connection, encourages participation, offers education and the promise of invigorating life experiences. With those understandings and a nod towards a fresh take on the conventional festival model, The Polish Ambassador and Jumpsuit Records are thrilled to head back to the expansive beauty of the high deserts of New Mexico!

Taos Mesa Brewing Amphitheater sits just outside of downtown Taos, New Mexico, and features 360 degree stunning views of the high desert and Sangre de Cristo mountains. Complete with onsite restaurant, craft brewery, and an amazing outdoor amphitheater build in the Earthship style native to New Mexico. To preserve intimacy and create a vibrant pop-up community, less than 1000 festival tickets that include camping will be offered. These will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. The views from the venue and the onsite campground are some of the finest in the universe.

Taos is surrounded by stunning natural beauty in every direction. To the west, a few minutes from the venue, you will find the iconic Rio Grande River Gorge where you can hike, swim, and bask in local hot springs. To the east lies the town of Taos as well as the historic Taos Pueblo, which is the oldest continuously inhabited Indigenous community in the US. Downtown Taos features a beautiful Plaza where you will find delicious NM cuisine as well as a Farmer's Market and amazing local art & crafts.

Human camping passes must be purchased in addition to the full festival ticket... in addition each vehicle entering the campground will require a Car Camping Pass. Car Camping Passes include camping with your car. Less shlepping... more time to set up your ultimate camp village with all of your friends! Also.. ALL festival tickets AND camping tickets include Thursday arrival!

We will have MANY more details and announcements in the coming weeks! So stay tuned...


Do you want to participate, vend, or offer your art/skillz? Choose the correct form and submit today!

VENDOR applicants click HERE.


VOLUNTEER applicants click HERE

YOGA/WORKSHOP applicants click HERE



What time does the gate open?The gate will open at 2pm on Thursday Sep 6th.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? This is an all ages event. Humans 10 years old and under are free!

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Please carpool! This is an intimate venue. Every CAR on-site for the weekend will require a Car Camping Pass ($55). We have limited on-site parking so please purchase in advance to guarantee that you can park your car in the campground.

Can I camp next to my car? YES!! This year ALL Car Camping Passes include car camping!! No need to haul your stuff around. There are also a very limited amount of RV passes on sale. Trucks with camper shells and camper vans do not need an RV pass unless they are longer than 20 ft.

If I purchase a Car Camping Pass or RV Pass do I need to also purchase a Human Camping Pass? YES... each and every human (including ambastronauts) will need to purchase a Human Camping Pass in order to get your human body into the campground for the weekend. If you are staying in town for the weekend you will not need any camping passes, only festival tickets.

Is there ADA accessibility? Yes. Please email jumpsuitfamilygathering@gmail.com for more information.

Is there a VIP accommodation option? Yes!! Check out our Deluxe Jumpsuite Experiences

Does it get cold at night? Yes. Taos, NM is in the high desert.. meaning beautiful warm sunny days, and it will get chilly at night. Bring layers, warmies & onesies.

What's the drinking water situation? Free drinking water is available inside the venue and also in the campground. Bring your refillable jugs full to the event, and you can refill as needed and avoid buying any plastic water jugs.

Is there cell reception? Yes.

Bathroom facilities? Yes.

Are there showers available?
Hot showers will be available in the campgrounds for a fee.

What can I bring into the event?

What should I NOT bring?

Are camp stoves OK? Yes, small camp stoves are ok. But no open fires or charcoal grills allowed in the campground.

What's the food & drink situation? Taos Mesa Brewing features a full onsite restaurant with organic, vegetarian and vegan options, and an onsite craft brewery. Food vendors will also be serving early morning & late night. Coffee & teas, elixirs & kombucha, and various other delightful beverages will be available. Feel free to bring your own camp kitchen setup as well!

Are tickets refundable? Tickets are non-refundable. This is a rain or shine event.



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