Harvest Wine Festival 2017

August 2, 2017 Alfonso Loya


Harvest Wine Festival

Southern New Mexico State Fairground

12125 Robert Larson Blvd.

Las Cruces, NM 88007

Labor Day Weekend

September 2-4, 2017

12:00-6:00 Daily

Wine Festival Ticket Information

  • Must bring VALID government issues photo ID.
  • Horizontal IDs are accepted.
  • We only accept vertical IDs from Texas.
  • If you are bringing children under the age of 18, you must be their parent or legal guardian.
General Admission (21 years or older)

$15 in advance $20 at the gate

Non-Drinkers & 16–20 years olds

$5 in advance or at the gate all three days

Military Members

(Must have valid DoD ID at the gate, tickets will be checked)

$12 in advance, $17 at the gate all three days

Festival FAQs

  • No coolers will be allowed.
  • Attendees are allowed to bring ONE SEALED bottle of water into the festival with them. Don’t worry we will have plenty of water and food to keep all attendees hydrated and well fed.
  • Dogs are not allowed. Not even your small dog that can fit in your purse.
  • You are allowed to bring chairs. There is plenty of shade to sit under and enjoy your day. However, there will be lots of seating throughout the festival so you do not need to bring them, but it is your choice.
  • Parking is FREE at the Fairgrounds
  • All ticket sales are final. The festival will be held rain or shine.

Harvest Wine Festival

Join us Labor Day Weekend in Albuquerque & Las Cruces for three days of fine wine, great music, and incredible fun!

New Mexico: America’s First Wine Country

Step into the southwest where wine tasting is nothing short of enchanting. New Mexico has been a proud producer of grapes for more than 400 years starting with mission grapes brought by Spanish Colonists from New Spain. The Colonists, whose travelers included Monks, needed wine for their daily mass, which lead them to plant a variety of wine grapes in the fertile New Mexican soils.

Today, New Mexico remains a vibrant wine region containing an incredible variety of vineyards, wineries, and tasting rooms amidst the low and high-desert vistas of the state.


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