2nd Annual High Mountain Hideout Festival Heads for Taos Ski Valley

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Looking for something to do this Labor Day weekend? Head up to the Taos Ski Valley for three days of art, music, and of course, camping. You’ll be 10,200 feet above sea level in the serene alpine setting of the Kachina Basin; the festival itself will be located at the Bavarian Restaurant and Lodge. There will be over 30 regional and local music acts. Festival goers can also look forward to live music, live painting, live comedy, Craft Beers of the High Desert, art installations, an interactive Enchanted Forest, yoga, crafts, hiking, chair lift rides, campfires and acoustic sets on top of the peak and at Williams lake.

The festival is going on September 4th through 6th.

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