Location & Lodging Information


Taos Mesa Brewery

EL PRADO, NM 87529


Serving food, 12 distinct house beers, wine, & cider.

Three stages including inside the brewery, Mothership main stage amphitheater, and our outdoor tent stage. All with amazing sound, lights, and dance space!

Alcoholic beverages will not be allowed beyond posted signage outside of the brewery hall and on sacred ground at all times during the festival.

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Hotel Luna Mystica & Starlight Campground

Hotel Luna Mystica is a vintage trailer hotel and Starlight Campground is in the same complex as the Taos Mesa Brewery. Come camp under the famous New Mexico starry sky next to our legendary mountain and feel the "pull" of Taos. Hotel Luna Mystica - 8 miles from the heart of Taos, 12 feet across a dirt road from the Taos Mesa Brewery, and 4.2 light years from our nearest stellar neighbor, Alpha Centauri. Each trailer is equipped with its own deck, bathroom, comfortable bed, and kitchen facilities. Each is unique as we've retained its vintage soul while applying modern amenities. Trailers are available to rent through out the festival, privately, for groups, and for individuals through the Tribal Vision Hostel Trailer. The Starlight Campground is included in the Camping VIP package, and offers premium bathrooms, and location.

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Tent Camping & RV Camping

Camping is $10 per person per night, $20 for 3 day event, $40 for the 5 day event and is due at the front gate upon arrival.

Tent, car, and RV camping is located behind the brewery in our large back lot. Camping and RV parking costs are NOT included in the cost of a General Admission ticket, so please be prepared to pay that fee at the Front Gate on the day of your arrival. All camping is highly accessible and near to the event, and there are also some spaces further for more quiet and privacy. All campground areas will be family friendly. We encourage you to find like minded neighbors, and be respectful of everyones needs.

Primitive sites for tent camping are available. The ground is soft dirt and there is no natural shade, as it is a serene and open desert scape. Please bring shade structures and warm items. In September it can be hot in the day and very cold at night. There will be no fires allowed at individual campsites, instead we offer a community fire space. You are allowed to bring your own cookware and camp stoves to use responsibly. We are a Leave No Trace festival, so please bring a few trash bags for waste items. To cut down on trash you are encouraged to bring your own “Bliss Ware” :: a personal cup and serving kit, and to keep the items that you bring along reusable instead of disposable. RV spaces do not have hookups. Portable toilets will be provided. Please bring your own toilet paper. Please bring plenty of water for yourself and your crew, just in case, although we do have potable water available throughout the village.