Albuquerque is the place to be this weekend, and the three-day lineup won’t disappoint! Get ready for a weekend filled with beer, movies and club music, and the Prince of Darkness himself, Ozzy Osbourne as the proverbial cherry on top.

Friday, September 28

Project Dank (Autumn Edition) Release Party
Albuquerque, La Cumbre Brewery (Both Locations), September 29, Noon

We’re salivating over the autumn release of La Cumbre’s Project Dank this Friday. The crew is being a little tight-lipped about what to expect in terms of flavor for this limited release, but who doesn’t like a beer surprise. Free. (505) 872-0225;

Drag Queen Bingo: Cosplay Edition
Albuquerque, Tractor Brewing (Wells Park), September 29, 8 pm

Show off your bingo skills with the sexiest Queens in Albuquerque for a good cause. What could be better than night of cosplay-themed bingo? One that benefits a good cause, as some of the proceeds from the night, benefit the Rio Grande Down Syndrome Network. Free. (505) 243-6752;

Saturday, September 29

Marblefest 2018
Albuquerque, Marble (Downtown), September 29, Noon-11 pm

Celebrate Oktoberfest the New Mexico way as seven local breweries come to town with their most German-inspired beers. Bosque, Boxing Bear, Canteen, La Cumbre, Quarter Celtic, Steelbender, and Toltec will be pouring. Malagueñas, Street Food Institute, Urban Hot Dog, and Burque Bakehouse will be serving. Red Light Cameras, Merican Slang, Moonshine Blind, Partizani Brass Band, Tesuque Revolt, and Big Spank, will be performing. It’s going to be a grand ol’ time! $20 VIP / Free (Gen.). (505) 243-2739; on Facebook and Tickets

Shrimp Night
Albuquerque, Sister, September 29, 8-11 pm

Dance your heart out under the light of some seriously trippy projections at Sister’s celebration of all things club music. $5 Gen. (505) 242-4900; on Facebook

Sunday, September 30

My Neighbor Totoro
Albuquerque, Various Locations, September 30, 12:55 pm

Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Hayao Miyazaki’s classic, My Neighbor Totoro, in a special, three-day showing of the film. In this animated masterpiece, sisters Satsuki and Mei move to the countryside with their father, where they make a new friend, Totoro, a magical woodland spirit. Adventure and magic ensues. $14 Gen.

Ozzy Osbourne: No More Tours 2
Albuquerque, Isleta Amphitheater, September 30, 7:30 pm

When the Prince of Darkness comes to town, you got to get a little into it. (In our case, a lot into it). Get your tickets before their gone! $155 (and up) Gen. (800) 745-3000;