Each year, the Creede Arts Council invites sculptors working in a permanent medium of any size to enter the Creede Sculpture Show. The deadline for entries is usually in May. A Jury Committee determines which artists’ work will be included in the show. Accepted artists will be provided with space to show and sell their work in Creede.
Over 1500 rock enthusiasts are expected to once again “circle the wagons” at the Creede Underground Mining Museum and Community Center. More than 35 dealers will be showing mineral specimens, fossils, jewelry, gold nuggets, beads, tools and artifacts. Educational displays and evening lectures fill the weekend with geological bliss!
Whether you’re an amateur rockhound or professional geologist, the Rock and Mineral Show has something for everyone!
The 14th Annual Rhythms on the Rio Music Festival. A 3-day festival on the banks of the Rio Grande. This years initial lineup is headlined by FRUITION, the Travelin’ McCoury & Jeff Austin Band present the Grateful Ball, Kyle Hollingsworth Band, Bill Nershi (Artist at Large), the Main Squeeze, Wood Belly, Pixie and the Partygrass Boys, Elder Grown and more!
(ROTR) is a 3 day festival on the banks of the mighty Rio Grande River surrounded by 2 million acres of the Rio Grande National Forest. Produced by the South Fork Music Association, this annual festival prides itself on great music, an intimate, “small” festival experience and giving back to community. All proceeds are 100% used for children’s music programs and in we have provided grants to Centennial, Center, Monte Vista and Del Norte School Districts. SFMA also provided funding to the San Luis Valley Percussion Academy which helped to launch its 1st year. Combining Music, Yoga, family fun & camping on site with affordable pricing make this a true Colorado festival.