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4th of July Festivities

July 4 @ 8:00 am - July 7 @ 5:00 pm

Welcome to Angel Fire: Where the Fourth of July Sparkles with Magic!

This Fourth of July, we invite you to immerse yourself in the enchanting array of festivities that will ignite your senses and create cherished memories for years to come.

Whether you’ve lived here all your life or you’re discovering Angel Fire for the first time, Independence Day in our town guarantees an experience tailored to all.  So gather your loved ones, don your best red, white, and blue attire, and join us as we celebrate freedom, unity, and the American spirit.



Third Annual Angel Fire 4th of July Parade | 11 AM

  • Line the sidewalks of North Angel Fire Road (Bill Burgess Blvd.) and delight in the parade spectacle as participants, adorned in festive attire, ride in whimsical vehicles, tossing candy and reveling in the spirit of Independence Day!

4th of July at the Club | 1 – 3 PM

  • Enjoy music from the talented duo, Nancy Hills & Chris Donohoe, as you enjoy delicious BBQ served up right next to Par & Grill at the Angel Fire Golf Course.
  • There will be plenty of friendly lawn game competition, a cornhole tournament and a putting competition ($10 entry).
  • Cost is $25 for Adults and $15 for Children 12 and under.

Live Music at Elements | 5 – 7 PM

  • Join us  for a relaxed yet unforgettable experience, where the spotlight shines on live music by the talented Ry Taylor.
  • At Elements Fine Dining, 100 Country Club Dr.



The sKate Fest | 11 AM – 7 PM

  • The Village of Angel Fire, in coordination with the Overland Project, will host a Skate Festival at Plaza Del Sol (behind the Fire Station).
  • There will be professional skaters to give demonstrations and stage competitions.
  • Much of the day will be free classes for kids who want to learn to skate.
  • Bring your own helmet!


Cool Sumer Nights Concert Series

Celebrate our Independence at Frontier Park for great music, friendly faces and lots of entertainment!  We’ve got two great country music acts taking the stage. Between acts and before the Drown Show, there will be a live DJ to keep the good times rolling.  Dive into lawn games, indulge in delicious food, and enjoy refreshing cold beverages!

The WesternHers  | 1-3 PM

  • The weekend kicks off with The WesternHers, an all female classic country band!  Get your dancin’ boots n and get ready for music that will take you back to some of your treasured classic country favorites!

Sim Balky | 5-7 PM

  • Stick around cause you wont want to miss Sim Balky on stage.  New to the Cool Summer Nights Series, Sam is a musical storyteller. Drawing vocal inspiration from the likes of Justin Moore and Gary Allen, he’s created his own sound with a modern twist on traditional country music.


Drone Light Show | 8:15 PM

  • Enjoy a fireless show as hundreds of drones take to the sky to form fun shapes, patterns and create quite the spectacle, all without the actual fire!



Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast featuring the FlapJack Challenge! | 8-11 AM

Join us for a delightful outdoor breakfast, thoughtfully served by members of the Rotary Club. If you’re up for a morning challenge, jump into the FlapJack Challenge headfirst: Gather at the park by 8 AM, devour three pancakes, then pedal or push your bike (no Ebikes allowed) to the base of the Chill Express. Ride the chairlift up, take a thrilling run down. The first male and female finishers each receive a $300 gift card to the Angel Fire Bike Shop. Entry fee is $30.

  • The funds raised from the breakfast will go towards granting scholarships to graduating seniors from Moreno Valley High School and Cimarron High School, as well as aiding in establishing Angel Fire’s inaugural Community Garden.
  • Cost: Adults $8; Ages 6 – 12 $4; Ages 2 – 5 $2; Ages less than 2 Free.
  • For further inquiry, contact our Rotary Club Secretary Debby Cox at 505-428-8023.


Capture the Flag at the Bike Park | 9 AM – 4 PM

  • Discover the hidden flags scattered across the trails at the Angel Fire Bike Park.  Each flag claims a prize, redeemed at the Bike Shop!


The sKate Fest | 11 AM – 7 PM

  • The Village of Angel Fire, in coordination with the Overland Project, will host a Skate Festival at Plaza Del Sol (behind the Fire Station).
  • There will be professional skaters to give demonstrations and stage competitions.
  • Much of the day will be free classes for kids who want to learn to skate.
  • Bring your own helmet!


Summerfest at Olympic Park | 11 AM – 2 PM

  • Gather your loved ones and join us for an afternoon of delicious food and treats, plenty of family-friendly activities and live entertainment that will keep you dancing and laughing throughout they day.
  • Olympic Park, on San Mateo Drive &, Country Club Drive


Live Music at Elements | 5 – 7 PM

  • Come and be a part of our mission to turn your weekends into unforgettable celebrations, brimming with delicious tastes and the soul-stirring melodies of Jeremiah Glauser.
  • At Elements Fine Dining, 100 Country Club Dr.



Angel Fire Farmers Market | 10 AM – 2 PM

  • Experience the delights of open-air shopping at the Angel Fire Farmers’ Market. Offering a wonderful array of fresh produce, art, and entertainment, ensuring enjoyment for the entire family.
  • Live music from RavinHills. Rocking classics for 20+ years with full band, trio, and duo setups. Their timeless repertoire spans from the 1950s to the 2000s.
  • Find us at Frontier Park, located just off Highway 434.
  • Kindly utilize the designated parking spaces as the event tends to become crowded.

Trivia Night at Elements Lounge | 5 – 6 PM

  • Join us for an evening of lively trivia competitions with exciting prizes up for grabs.
  • Led by the charismatic Ray Murray
  • Every Sunday night at Elements Lounge, 100 Country Club Dr.


What You Should Know Before You Go

Angel Fire Weather

The average temperatures in Angel Fire in July range from the mid 70s to low 80s during the day, while nights can be cooler, with temperatures dropping into the 40s to 50s.


How To Dress For The Weather

In Angel Fire, dressing in layers is often the best approach for July weather. During the day, lightweight and breathable clothing such as shorts, t-shirts, and summer dresses are suitable for the warmer temperatures. However, it’s also wise to have a lightweight jacket or long-sleeve shirt for cooler mornings and evenings, as temperatures can drop notably. Additionally, comfortable walking shoes are essential for venturing from the main street parade off to capture the flag! Don’t forget sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat to protect yourself from the strong sun at higher elevations.


Prices & Promotions

The parade, live music, Friday’s sKate Fest, the drown show, and the farmers market are all FREE to attend. There will be food and beverages available for purchase, along with local art and produce.


July 4 @ 8:00 am
July 7 @ 5:00 pm
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