The Santa Fe VIP with The Official Burning of Zozobra is Proud To Present The 4th Annual Stuff The Old Man.
Please join us for this fun filled “last meal” with Zozobra before he goes up in flames. Admire art that is inspired by Zozobra and be the 1st to see what this years 1940’s Zozobra is going to look like! This years 1940’s inspiried Zozobra is part of our Decades Project, leading up to the 100th celebration.
Come humgry and enjoy a delicioius $5 frito pie with chile from The Shed of Santa Fe and entertainment by KSWV Que Suave Radio
We’ve seen Zozobra shirtless with a moustache for the 1920’s, we’ve seen him bald and fat for the 1930’s and this year the we are doing the 1940’s?
Let us remember that the 1940’s started out as a very tough decade with World War 2 raging on the 1st half and the dropping of the 1st nuclear weapon that was developed 35 miles away from us. Once war ended a renewed sense of freedom was happening the 2nd half of the decade. I’m curious to see what the old man is going to look like this year!
If you’re as curious as I am, then come down to El Museo Cultural De Santa Fe Friday August 26th from 5 – 8 PM.
Donation at the door which all goes to art supplies for all kids coming for the Zozofest weekend.
Art supplies will also help you to gain admission to the coolest art show in Santa Fe.
All art is inspired by Zozobra and more importantly see art by the artist that created Zozobra,
Mr. Will Shuster.
Family Fun for All.
The Zozobra Kids Art Zone will be set up for kids to create their images of Zozobra.
The Best Part of this night is watching all of you taking the time to write down all that bothers and brings you gloom but when I see you actually touching Zozobra’s dress, that’s when I know a full connection has just happened between what we do and what you experience. So don’t forget that you can write down your gloom on our “gloomie station” or you can bring in your written down gloom and stuff Zozobra yourself.