Find things to do and enjoy events like Open Mike Night from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. every Friday at Las Animas Grill where local and traveling musicians jam and perform. Other venues for music include Brix, Gino’s, Tees Me Treat Me and Moose’s Social Club and Martini Bar. For music under the warm summer sky, check out the Heart of Trinidad B & B and visit Ike’s Music (formerly the Columbia Hotel) where you will find vinyl, ukuleles, string instruments, lessons, recording services and live sound while gazing at one of the most ornate ceilings in the city.
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If you loved or are curious about the music of Credence Clearwater Revival (CCR) you won’t want to miss this concert performed live by Credence Revived.Find out more »
Games, snacks, costume contest and pumpkin carving party. Pumpkins are $5, proceeds support the Trinidad History Museum’s educational programs.Find out more »
Presented by First National Bank Trinidad Main and Commercial streets will be closed to allow local merchants to safely hand out Halloween candy. Look for participating merchants who will have…Find out more »
BEHIND THE SCENES
MEET RODNEY WOOD
Eclectic Fine Artist, ArtoCade & Art Cartopia Director, Ubiquitous Art Guy of Many Hats
Rodney Wood, recipient of the “2018 Governor’s Leadership Award—Arts and Community Action,” is one of Trinidad’s most extraordinary local and fine artists. On a tour of the country in search of outsider visionary artists, weird museums, abandoned architecture and roadside attractions, Wood discovered an art car parade that left an indelible imprint on his creative senses. When asked to pitch a signature event, he thought, “This is my chance.” And from this sprung Trinidad’s annual ArtoCade, the second largest art car event in the nation. Described as wacky and family-friendly, wildly creative and completely fun, Trinidad’s ArtoCade festival, a parade (and party) of artfully decorated vehicles has received the Governor’s Award for best Small Town Festival and has given birth to its side-kick Art Cartopia Museum.