Meow Wolf planning music festival called Taos Vortex | KOB 4

Meow Wolf planning music festival called Taos Vortex

Kai Porter
May 16, 2018 06:46 PM

SANTA FE, N.M. – Meow Wolf is trying something new this summer by putting on a music festival. The Santa Fe-based art group is planning what it calls a "music experience" in Taos with a unique meow wolf twist of course.


Meow Wolf has exploded in popularity since opening its art complex in Santa Fe two years ago. It's now expanding to locations in Denver and Las Vegas. Meow Wolf is best known for its House of Eternal Return in Santa Fe, where visitors can explore a multi-dimensional, magical and mind-bending mystery house.

"We love music," said John Feins, vice president of communications with Meow Wolf. "We've always loved music and when we built the House of Eternal Return it was critical that we put a music venue in there so we could realize a long time dream of being able to do music events. Now we're taking that to the next level."

Meow Wolf is hosting a two-day music experience where guests can camp on August 3 and 4 at Kit Carson Park in Taos.

The event, called Taos Vortex, will feature headliners like the Flaming Lips, along with a dance tent with DJ’s at night.

"Then also the beauty of outdoor New Mexico," Feins said. "We're going to have hiking, rafting hot air balloons, yoga in the morning, a brewery tour. Just all kinds of amazing outdoor experiences that people can enjoy together."

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Kai Porter

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