Baracutanga is an eight-piece band representing four different countries (Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, USA) that arranges traditional South American rhythms in new and interesting ways. One minute you’ll hear huayño and cumbia with Middle-Eastern darbuka, and the next they’ll be mixing Afro-Cuban bata and Afro-Peruvian festejo with Andean zampoñas. This kind of experimentation, coupled with blending ancestral traditions with a modern sensibility, has resulted in an exciting and distinct Latin flavor that leaves dancing crowds always wanting more.
This is a Drive-In Concert Event with Tailgating. Tickets are sold by the carload and you will purchase a reserved space.
Full Moon Ritual: Price $50 October 29, 5-6pm & November 30, 6-7pm- Book online or call 505-365-2875 to make a reservation! Join us for an hour of ritual in the Santa Fe Salt Cave as we come together to release during the Full Moon each month. This month’s Full moon is in Pisces. Environment is essential when practicing ritual and release work, and the Salt Cave provides the perfect backdrop as a natural facilitator of cleansing, detoxification and grounding. During this … Read More
Beat the crowds and load up on farm fresh goodies at the Tuesday Market! This Market has the same variety as seen on Saturdays, plus many other advantages! Don’t feel rushed – you can shop at your leisure. It’s easy access to all of the vendors – no need to bump shoulders as you work your way to a booth. Why wake up early on Saturdays? Get to the Tuesday Market before work or on your lunch break! Tuesdays, MAY … Read More
CCA presents – Celebrating Oliver Sacks with Ric Burns: Filmmaker Ric Burns remembers the life of the great writer and neurologist Oliver Sacks, a life containing more drama than a Dickens novel, in an online conversation with Paul Barnes. Burns will talk about the work and life of perhaps our culture’s most beloved popular scientist, a man who spent decades studying and documenting those whose neurological peculiarities—sleeping sickness, Tourette’s, autism—revealed much about our own fickle brains. About the film OLIVER … Read More