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There’s always something to get into at Hotel Saint George or around town.

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Christmas at LaVenture


Regular hours on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Dinner: 5PM to 10PM

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Bar Saint George

Regular hours on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. 

Breakfast: 730AM to 1030AM

Lunch: 11AM to 2PM

Dinner: 5PM to 10PM

Bar Service: 730AM to 11PM

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New Year’s Eve at Saint George Hall

December 31, 2023 | Saint George Hall

Come celebrate New Year's Eve with us this December 31st at the Saint George Hall with Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Butch Hancock, The Mastersons, The Whitmore Sisters, Colin Gilmore, and The Moonshiners.

Doors and showtime are at 8 PM.


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Thanksgiving at LaVenture

Thursday, November 24, 2023 | LaVenture

"Additional details coming soon"

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Agave Festival Marfa

Thursday, June 4 - Sunday, June 7

Now in it's 5th year, one of Marfa's most locally-loved festivals explores the science, art, culture, and spirits Chihuahuan Desert borderlands through the lens of the agave. Join industry luminaries, scientists, and journalists for four days of panels, parties, shopping, tastings, and more. All events are free and open to the public. 

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Bonnie Prince Billy with Myriam Gendron at Crowley Theater

Saturday, September 16 | Doors open at 7, Show begins at 7:30

The man who sings and composes under the name Bonnie "Prince" Billy and acts under the name Will Oldham has, over the past three-plus decades, made an idiosyncratic journey through, and an indelible mark on, the worlds of indie rock and independent cinema. With his highly individualistic approach to music making and the music industry, one that cherishes intimacy, community, mystery, and spontaneity; his brilliance has captivated fans and made Bonny one of our most influential and beloved songsmiths.

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"Personalities": by Sam Schonzeit at Hey I Like it Here

Tuesday, May 2 | 6 PM

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Hurray for the Riff Raff: Acoustic + Solo, with Amelia Jackie at Crowley Theater

May 9 2023 | Doors at 7:30, show begins at 8

Hurray for the Riff Raff is the brainchild of Alynda Segarra, a singer/songwriter of Puerto Rican descent born and raised in the Bronx, whose musical imagination was first sparked by punk on the lower east side, beatnik poetry, and the legacy of Nuyorican activists, the Young Lords. Segarra settled in New Orleans around 2004 and began performing on the street, since then Alynda has released 6 albums under the moniker Hurray for the Riff Raff, each expanding the Folk-Rock sound and writing anthemic protest songs for our time.

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Decades X Hey I Like it Here

May 4-7

A sustainable fashion pop-up featuring a selection of sophisticated vintage and independent up-cycled designers curated by fashion historian and owner of LA vintage emporium Decades, Cameron Silver. Since founding Decades in 1997, Cameron Silver has been a passionate advocate for environmental conscientiousness and sustainability in the fashion and retail industry. Holly Beinhorn-Tupper will be on hand with her Texas-based line Cultus Artem, featuring fine jewelry, fragrance and botanical apothecary. Cocktails and tequila tastings are provided by LALO throughout the weekend.

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Gossamer X The Pool

Sunday April 9 | The Pool

Wind down the weekend at The Pool with giveaways from Gossamer , DJ set by Sweetheart of the Radio, burgers from Larry's in Marfa, and drink specials.

Photo: Lauren Apel

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March 22, 7:30 PM | Crowley Theater, 98 S Austin St

Seminal proto-punk rocker and singer-songwriter Jonathan Richman returns to Marfa, with Tommy Larkins on drums.

Presented with Marfa Book Co and Hey I Like it Here.

Photo: Driely S

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New Year's Eve at Saint George Hall

December 31, 8 PM | Saint George Hall

Rolling Highway Presents: New Year’s Eve with Butch Hancock, Jimmie Dale Gilmore with special guests The Mastersons, The Whitmore Sisters, and Marfa's Ross Cashiola. Doors open and the show begins at 8:00 PM.

For more information, please call (432) 294-0120

Photo: Sarah Vasquez

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VADA Pop-Up and Opening of "For Better or For Worse": Paintings by Christina Moser Brill

October 7 - 9 | Opening Reception October 7, 6 PM | Hey I Like it Here

Hey I Like it Here hosts VADA through Chinati Weekend, showcasing their iconic eyewear and heirloom quality yet easy-wearing fine jewelry. Raise a glass to them, and celebrate with us the opening of "For Better or For Worse", a show of new paintings by Marfa artist Christina Moser Brill, on October 7 during Chinati's "Made in Marfa" gallery night.

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Aghaa' Hat Co. Pop-Up

September 30 - October 1 | Hey I Like it Here

El Paso's Native-owned Aghaa' Hat Co. pops up at Hey I Like it Here during the Trans-Pecos Festival of Music + Light. After spending 20 years in New York, Cynthia Gutierrez-Krapp’s journey into hat making and beading in her hometown has been an act of reclaiming her ancestors' history and traditions. All of her hats are built to last a lifetime; handmade, hand creased, hand sewn and made of rabbit fur felt or repurposed vintage beaver fur felts. Cynthia will be on hand with ready-to-purchase hats, hat bands and accessories, and vintage and modern jewelry from Silver Spur Designs in El Paso. Check out A.H.C. on Instagram at @aghaahatco and Hey I Like it Here at @heyilikeithere.marfa

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Botanical Bundle Dye Workshop

September 3, 11 AM - 2 PM | The Farmstand

Join us for this workshop under the Farmstand at Saint George Hall, and you will learn how to create colors and patterns on fabric using the bundle dye process. Bundle dye is a natural dye technique using fresh, frozen or dried flower petals and plant materials to create colors and patterns on fabric. All materials are provided; the workshop time includes a break for lunch.

Janette Terrazas is a founder of the Ni En More studio and a passionate textile artist and who offers programs for economic development to women living in vulnerable conditions in Ciudad Juárez, México through textile design, upcycling and botanical dying. She studied Textile Design in the Winchester School of Art in the UK and now works in the fields of print and textiles, using ecological and sustainable methods. Her work brings healing into community processes.

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Jenny Don't and The Spurs | DJ Set by Sweetheart of the Radio

September 21, 7 PM | Free | The Pool

Energetic and sincere, Jenny and The Spurs are a must-see for lovers of music with spirit and intensity. Party on to a line-up of garage-infused country music beloved by a global legion of fans. 

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