2020 Totah Festival Cancelled

Due to the uncertainty of future events ongoing during this pandemic, the board of directors reached a consensus that cancelling the event would be in the best interest for our artists, attendees and the community.

From the Totah Festival

June 19, 2020

The Totah Festival Foundation regretfully announces the cancellation of the 32nd Annual Totah Festival & Indian Market. The annual festival was set to begin on September 4-6, 2020 at the Farmington Civic Center downtown Farmington, New Mexico. Due to the uncertainty of future events ongoing during this pandemic, the board of directors reached a consensus that cancelling the event would be in the best interest for our artists, attendees and the community.

The Totah Festival & Indian Market is a three-day festival held during the Labor Day weekend downtown Farmington. The annual festival was established in 1988 and would have been celebrating their 32nd year since its establishment. The board of directors of the Totah Festival Foundation sends their sincere apology and look forward to seeing you all back at the Totah Festival & Indian Market in 2021.

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