The Los Alamos Summer Concert Series continues with Igor & The Red Elvises, Friday, July 16, 6 p.m., at Ashley Pond, located in the Manhattan Project National Historic Park. Formed in 1995 and evolving over the years, Igor’s music has been labeled Siberian Surf Rock, which contains humorous lyrics and grooves that forces his audience to dance. Over the past 20 years, Red Elvises have constantly toured all over the world with occasional breaks to record new music and to participate in film and television projects. The concerts in this series range from Country to Cumbia to Disco Funk Rock, and beyond. They are all live, in-person and FREE!
Presented by Toyota of Santa Fe and produced by Sancre Productions and the Los Alamos County Community Services Department, the concert series will follow state and federal COVID-19 guidelines on mass gatherings. The Los Alamos Concert Series website and Facebook pages will keep you up-to-date, and post information on how to reserve FREE tickets on Eventbrite.
The Tumbleroot patio presents New Mexico’s own DJ Earway, every Saturday from 6-9 p.m. Earway serves up sets lusciously influenced by post punk, dark wave and sexy funk. Can you dig it?
The Santa Fe Farmers’ Market is pleased to announce the opening of our Tuesday Market! This Market is a great alternative to the busy Saturday scene, while still offering much of the same incredible variety. Now is the time to really support local businesses! The Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Gift Shop and Cafes are solely owned and operated by the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market. All purchases help support the Farmers’ Markets.
The Santa Fe Desert Chorale 2021 Summer Festival runs July 18–August 6 and features three programs: The Jew and the Gentile: Salamone Rossi and Claudio Monteverdi, Roaring ‘20s, and East Meets West. All concerts will be held at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi and will be presented in accordance with New Mexico public health orders. Tickets will be available here. East Meets West highlights contrasting musical styles by composers representing China, Japan, Korea, and the Philippines. The … Read More