Some indoor New Mexico venues like Popejoy Hall are continuing to prepare. You can get up to 33% of capacity in the state’s turquoise reopening degree.

The employees are aiming for shows in the fall. They were busy making security changes and rescheduling services. They had to cancel some shows, but they also added musicals like Mean Girls, and Hamilton is on the calendar in January.

“We’re very optimistic, but we have to fill the Popejoy and that’s 1,985 patrons,” said Thomas Tkach, director of Popejoy Hall. “So we have to make sure of that, and of course we’ll keep an eye on that. We don’t open until the fall, so we’re very confident that things will change to our advantage. “

The early reopening stages aren’t that attractive to Popejoy.

“Financially, it really doesn’t make sense for Popejoy to do 25%,” Tkach said.

Non-subscribers can search for tickets from the end of March.


Many indoor entertainment centers can reach up to 50% capacity in the turquoise reopening stage. A Meow Wolf representative in Santa Fe said he would have more details on reopening the plans next week.

Other places, like bowling alleys, have notified KOB 4 that they are ready to do business again, and bars and nightclubs have waited quite a while for their return.

Albuquerque Downs and Casino announced on social media that its casino will reopen on Saturday.