Due to the March 23, 2020 NM DOH Public Health Order, These Event Listings Are Not Accurate!
All non-essential businesses are closed, public gatherings are prohibited!
(One day some of these events will be rescheduled or will resume, but they are not happening now!)

Bees and Seeds Festival

Buzz Buzz, Baby

Image via Pixabay

Bees do a lot more than just sting people and provide them with meme fodder. They also keep our ecosystem running. These critters perform about 80 percent of the world's pollination—and they're being paid solely in honey. Learn more about our busy friends and ecology at the sixth annual Bees + Seeds Festival this Saturday, May 18, at Tractor Brewing-Wells Park. Starting at 3pm, catch presentations on pollinators, seeds, sustainability and environmental awareness. Bring the whole family to this free all-ages event to pack their brains with knowledge while enjoying local food, live music and art. (Joshua Lee)

Saturday May 18, 2019

1800 Fourth Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Phone: 505-243-6752
Website: Click to Visit






Jeremy Kinter

Phone: 5052436752
Website: Click to Visit

Enjoy live music, food, ceramics, eco-friendly family fun and get lots of info on pollinators, seeds, sustainability and environmental awareness, even take home free plants.


The 6th Annual Bees + Seeds Festival is a free, eco-friendly, family-friendly, learning, and interactive environment open to all.

The festival takes place on Saturday, May 18th at Tractor Brewing - Wells Park starting at 3pm featuring information and education on #pollinators, #seeds, #food #sustainability, #environmental awareness, #livemusic, and #art.

Free plants grown by Rio Valley Greenhouses are provided by GMO-Free New Mexico and Food is Free Albuquerque.

 GMO-Free New Mexico and Food Is Free Albuquerque, along with a team of dedicated volunteers, are hard at work planning our Annual Festival, featuring many activities for children and adults! The SMASH Studio Arts - The Shucker Bus will be in attendance creating dynamic art activities for everyone to enjoy. The event will also include live music performed by The Riddims, Hub City Soundsystem, Dan Garduno, The Cactus Flowers, and Mineral Hill (more TBA). The event will feature surprise speakers, poets, artists, and activities!