One event on Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 4:00 pm
Come on down to Cowgirl to hear live music by Troy Browne!
The Santa Fe Cowgirl Hall of Fame Restaurant opened in June of 1993 in a a hundred-year-old building in the historic Guadalupe district. Fast forward a couple of decades later and the Cowgirl BBQ occupies almost the entire block where it started, now with a billiard parlor, a commercial catering kitchen, and several private party rooms. The patio is one of the most inviting summertime venues for locals and tourists alike. The Cowgirl has become a local institution!
The Railyard Artisan Market: The Railyard Artisan Market, started in 2009, represents a wide variety of New Mexico’s artists and craftspeople. The Sunday market offers a unique opportunity to enjoy local art and music inside the Farmers’ Market Pavilion. You’ll find pottery, painting, jewelry, sculpture, fiber arts, photography, hand-blown glass, artisanal teas, and handmade herbal body products. It’s the perfect place to buy a gift for yourself or a loved one, or to find one-of-a-kind souvenirs and mementos. Bring the … Read More
Emerge from the Pandemic with live music at Casa Flamenca’s beautiful outdoor performance space! Appearing on July 30, 2021, at 7:30 p.m., is nationally recognized trumpeter, songwriter and recording artist Ryan Montano. Tickets are $20 at the website, or by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251. Ryan Montano’s beautiful tone, memorable compositions, impactful live performances and precise technique have garnered him national radio airplay and festival performances across the nation. The success of his music has led to nationwide … Read More
Hogan and Moss sing West Texas waltzes, Appalachian mystery rants, vintage country, blues and soul, and mid-century swing. Part folk-a-billy scorch, part 1930s dance hall, and part neon desert twang. Imagine songs by Tom Waits, Townes Van Zandt, Amy Winehouse, Nirvana, Warren Zevon and Billy Joel rearranged by the likes of Hank Williams, Jimmie Rodgers, Bob Wills, Geeshie Wiley, A.P. Carter. and the ghost of Blaze Foley. It’s uplifting and dark, historical, primitive, modern, joyous, and haunting.