Shop Local at These Holiday Markets & Pop Up Shops

‘Tis the season to shop local for the holidays! Below is our roundup of upcoming pop-up shops, markets & craft fairs where you can keep it local.

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Pueblo Shop & Stroll: A Fireside Tradition

Shop a bazaar featuring Native artists selling handcrafted clay ornaments, Nativity sets, jewelry, art, and gifts at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center’s Pueblo Shop & Stroll Friday, December 6. Meanwhile, kids will have their hands full with holiday arts and crafts and at day’s end, the whole family will enjoy a special nighttime Native dance while sipping hot cocoa beside the bonfire or strolling among hundreds of luminarias.


Heidi’s Holiday Market

Heidi’s Raspberry Farm is hosting their annual Holiday Market at the Jam Factory on Saturday, December 7. The market is set to feature over two dozen artisans and vendors, live music, flamenco performances, a beer garden, cocktails and more.

Heidi’s Holiday Market benefits PB&J Family Services, which offers services to at-risk families & youth in Albuquerque and the National Institute of Flamenco, which works to preserve and promote flamenco artistry, history & culture.


Holiday Fair Craft and Plant Sale

The Albuquerque Garden Center’s annual Holiday Fair Craft and Plant Sale is taking place on on Friday & Saturday, December 6 & 7 with 40 arts & craft booths, fresh wreaths and garland, table decor, Poinsettias & Christmas Cactus. The garden gift shop will be open plus the Sandia Singers!


First Friday ABQ Artwalk

ABQ Artwalk is back on Friday, December 8! In addition to bringing together dozens of incredible Albuquerque artists and musicians on the first Friday of each month, ABQ Artwalk also hosts a wide variety of vendors in participating businesses throughout Downtown including a holiday bazaar, pottery pop-up and more.


Holiday Market

On Sunday, December 8, Bosque Brewing’s Nob Hill Public House is hosting a Holiday Market with a series of local vendors selling artwork, festive treats, jewelry and more plus an all vinyl DJ set, live painting and a huge sale on Bosque merch.


Winter Spanish Market

Experience authentic 400 year old traditions and innovative Spanish Colonial style artwork, made by New Mexico artists at the Winter Spanish Market on the 7th & 8th of December at the NHCC. The 31st Annual Hispanic festival includes art, local music, food, demonstrations and more. Plus get the opportunity to interact personally with extraordinary artists, learn about their traditions and take home a special purchase to add to a collection or give as a gift.


El Vado Holiday Shop N Eat

The El Vado invites you for a Holiday Shop N Eat experience with their boutiques and guest vendors on Sunday, December 8. The Food Pod restaurants and the Tap Room will also be serving the warmest in tastes and drink.


Holiday Market at the Rail Yards

The Downtown Growers’ Market and the Rail Yards Market are teaming up for this year’s Holiday Market at the Rail Yards. The impressive market boasts over 200 vendors and artists over two days. On December 14 & 15, peruse made-from-scratch delicious eats, local produce from bountiful farms plus lots and lots of quality, handmade crafts.


Merry Maker Market & Craft Workshop


Fuse Makerspace is inviting the public to shop for gifts from local artists, makers and creators plus the opportunity to use their space to make your own gifts at their Merry Maker Market on Saturday, December 14. Use the space and equipment to screen print holiday bags, laser cut ornaments, and LED circuit other gift ideas.


Moonstone Popup

Moonstone Pop-Up is a monthly recurring, beautifully curated lifestyle pop-up at Sister Bar featuring locally sourced art, jewelry, vintage goods and more. Moonstone’s December 15 pop-up is set to be a festive affair complete with elves and a Santa Claus DJ spinning Christmas Oldies. Check out a line-up of vendors on their Instagram.


The Humble Get Down

On the second Saturday of every month, Humble Coffee Company’s downtown location hosts The Humble Get Down, a pop-up market with local vendors. This little indoor market boasts a wide array of handmade goods from some of Albuquerque’s best artisans and craftspeople. Stop by and get your caffeine fix while browsing through handcrafted soaps and beauty products, jewelry, accessories, prints and paintings, and much more!


Holiday Market

Bow & Arrow Brewing will be hosting their annual Holiday Market on Saturday, December 7. The beer hall will be filled with fine jewelry, sweets, home goods, steins & crafts from your favorite local artisans! More info coming soon.


Art Fight Holiday Challenge & Market

The greatest live art competition in the Duke City continues with Art Fight Tractor Holiday Challenge & Market on Saturday, December 21.


Humble Holiday Market

This year Humble Coffee Company is curating 70 local artists, vendors and food trucks to fill the parking lot with holiday cheer for the Humble Holiday Market on December 21! Stroll through a marketplace of artists, makers and local vendors with your favorite Humble brew in hand while listening to the sounds of local musicians! Celebrate the holidays and our community by supporting our vibrant local businesses!

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