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Expo NM - New Mexico


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300 San Pedro Dr NE
Albuquerque, NM 87108
 
Map of Expo NM - New Mexico, 300 San Pedro Dr NE, Albuquerque

Expo New Mexico, located at 300 San Pedro Dr NE in Albuquerque, is a prominent event and exhibition complex in the state of New Mexico, United States. It is commonly referred to as the New Mexico State Fairgrounds due to its hosting of the annual New Mexico State Fair.

Spanning over 236 acres, Expo New Mexico offers a versatile venue for a wide range of events, including trade shows, conventions, concerts, festivals, rodeos, and livestock exhibitions. The facility consists of multiple indoor and outdoor spaces that can accommodate both large and small-scale gatherings.

The centerpiece of Expo New Mexico is the Tingley Coliseum, an iconic multi-purpose arena that can hold up to 11,571 people. It is used for various events, such as concerts, sports competitions, and rodeos. The coliseum has hosted numerous notable performers and entertainers over the years.

In addition to the Tingley Coliseum, Expo New Mexico features several other key facilities. The Manuel Lujan Complex comprises multiple exhibit halls and conference rooms suitable for trade shows and conventions. The Fine Arts Building showcases artwork and crafts during the New Mexico State Fair, highlighting the state's rich cultural heritage.

Furthermore, Expo New Mexico includes ample outdoor spaces, such as open fields and arenas, where equestrian events, livestock shows, and outdoor concerts take place. The facility also has extensive parking areas to accommodate large crowds.

The New Mexico State Fair, held annually at Expo New Mexico, is a significant event that attracts visitors from across the state. It showcases the diverse agricultural, artistic, and cultural aspects of New Mexico through exhibitions, competitions, live entertainment, carnival rides, and food vendors. The fair provides a platform for local businesses, farmers, artisans, and performers to showcase their talents and products.

Overall, Expo New Mexico at 300 San Pedro Dr NE is a vibrant and versatile venue that plays a vital role in hosting various events and fostering community engagement in New Mexico.

 

   

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