July 2022 Events - SantaFe.com

Events Calendar

Through September 1

6 p.m.
Santa Fe Summer Scene
Santa Fe Plaza
The largest free music series in New Mexico, featuring regional favorites and national touring acts, every genre is represented, from American to Zydeco, including Blues, Country, Folk, Indigenous, Jazz, Latin, Rock, World music, and so much more.
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Friday, July 1

6 p.m.
George Michael Reborn
Ashley Pond Park, Los Alamos
The Los Alamos Summer Concert Series presents Robert Bartko, a spot-on lookalike with the vocal range, dance moves, crowd interaction, and charisma that will leave audiences cheering for an encore.
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7 p.m.
Heartless Bastards
Railyard Park
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene continues with the Texas-based roots rock band whose, tough, emotionally resonant music incorporates elements of blues, hard rock, garage punk and country.
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July 1 – August 22

8 – 10 p.m.
Santa Fe Opera
Santa Fe Opera
Celebrating its 65th Festival season with a stellar line-up of internationally acclaimed works, including M. Butterfly, Tristan und Isolde, Bizet’s Carmen, Verdi’s Falstaff, and Rossini’s The Barber of Seville.
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Saturday, July 2

6 – 9 p.m.
Theo Kutsko
Social Kitchen + Bar
The former student of the New Mexico School for the Arts and finalist at Broadwaycon’s Star To Be Competition in NYC, Theo plays all your favorite showtunes and takes requests.
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July 2 & 3

11 a.m.
28th Annual Santa Fe Wine Festival
El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Sample fine wines from New Mexico wineries, delectable edibles from local vendors and lively music by local balladeers on the main stage.
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Sunday, July 3

12 – 6 p.m.
Sol Sundays Get Free Festival
Santa Fe Railyard Plaza
Locally owned businesses Sol Wellness & Remix Audio Bar are back to “create a vibrant community” through substance-free high-vibe recreation, wellness education, creativity, and underground music.
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July 3 – 4

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Doug Montgomery
Rio Chama Steakhouse
Pianist Doug Montgomery tickles the ivories in the President’s Room, off the patio, with dinner service available and no cover.
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Monday, July 4

7 a.m. – 5 p.m. Pancakes On The Plaza
Santa Fe Plaza
Now in its 45th year bringing together all the things we love about the holiday – art, music, and cars – along with that most delicious of breakfast treats, to create an event like no other.
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12 – 2 p.m.
4th of July BBQ with Manzanares & Wise Fool
Bishop’s Lodge
Visit the event lawn for a lunch BBQ complimented with games, face painting, live music from Manzanares and the most spirited entertainment from Wise Fool. $69 Adults, $20 Kids 5-12 | non-alcoholic beverages included | Cash Bar
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2 – 10 p.m.
Fourth of July Lamy BBQ & Picnic
Sky Railway
Celebrate with Sky Railway’s inaugural event, featuring live music by The Widow Oxley, Geoffrey Castle and the Sugar Mountain Band, followed by an 8 p.m. outdoor screening of the classic film Yankee Doodle Dandy.
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4 – 9 p.m.
4th of July Fireworks Spectacular: Chevel Shepherd
Overlook Park in White Rock
The New Mexico native performs a free concert, with support from the Los Alamos Jazz Project, Gabriella Salazar, and Austin Van. Due to recent wildfires and drought conditions, there will be no fireworks this year.
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Tuesday, July 5

6 p.m.
Son Como Son
Santa Fe Plaza
The Santa Fe Summer Scene and the International Folk Art Market present Cuban composer César Bauvallet and some of Albuquerque’s most accomplished and busiest musicians, most of whom have been with the band for 27 years.
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Wednesday, July 6

7:30 p.m.
James McMurtry
Tumbleroot Brewery & Distillery
AMP Concerts presents the singer/songwriter and unparalleled powerhouse performer touring in support of his latest collection The Horses and the Hounds, with instrumentalist Jono Manson opening.
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July 6 – 10

10 a.m.
IFAM 2022
Museum Hill
Immerse yourself in the world’s largest international folk art market, hosting 158 master artists representing 48 countries.
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Thursday, July 7

6 p.m.
Wassa Ensemble
Santa Fe Plaza
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene continues with a band consisting of 5-8 artists primarily from Guinea, West Africa, featuring intricate Djembe solo rhythms, and heavy bass Dundun drums accompanied by fiery dance and acrobatics, mesmerizing audiences in a display of pure energy.
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Friday, July 8

2 – 4 p.m.
Bridge To The Atomic Age
La Fonda on the Plaza
La Fonda’s Centennial Speaker Series continues with a broad perspective on the lives and work of the scientists at Los Alamos who created the atomic bombs that ended World War II, including the Manhattan Project and the House at Otowi Bridge.
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6 p.m.
Shamar Allen
Ashley Pond Park, Los Alamos
The Los Alamos Summer Concert Series presents the New Orleans artist whose influences in jazz, hip-hop, rock, funk, blues and country inform his scintillating and unique sound.
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7 p.m.
Seun Kuti
Railyard Park
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene continues with the son of legendary Afrobeat godfather Fela Kuti, who now leads his father’s band Egypt 80, even since his untimely death in 1997.
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July 8 – 10

9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Fiesta de Española
Calle de las Españolas, Española, NM
Fiesta del Vale de Española presents their annual Fiesta, with three full days of food, fun and entertainment, including parades, youth activities, dancing, royalty, musical acts, and much, much more.
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Saturday, July 9

6 – 9 p.m.
Kombilesa Mí
Museum Hill
The Internationa Folk Art Market’s Night Market presents the hip-hop group from Palenque, who overlay traditional Colombian rhythms and instruments and lyris in both Spanish and the local language Palenquero.
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6 – 9 p.m.
Uno Y Mas
Social Kitchen + Bar
Drop in and feel the music by local band Uno Y Mas, at the Social Kitchen + Bar  in the Sage Hotel.
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8 p.m.
Encanto in Spanish
Railyard Park
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene invites you to celebrate diversity with a free animated movie in the park, about an extraordinary family living in the mountains of Colombia, and the child who may be their only hope for survival.
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July 9 – September 4

8 p.m.
La Emi Showcase
The Lodge at Santa Fe
New Mexico’s very own star of flamenco returns with a brand new production of artists, costumes, choreography, set design and special guest appearances from incredible musicians and dancers.
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Sunday, July 10

10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Sunday Morning Bluegrass and Bagels
Railyard Park’s Community Room
Express yourself through a bluegrass jam where you are encouraged to share GospelGrass, TradGrass and NewGrass tunes through a typical jam format.
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7:30 p.m.
Shakey Graves
The Bridge Patio
The quirky Austin artist, also known as Alejandro Rose-Garcia, brings a smoky, spectral fusion of blues, folk and rock to the stage with a treasure trove of songs.
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July 10 – 11

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Doug Montgomery
Rio Chama Steakhouse
Pianist Doug Montgomery tickles the ivories in the President’s Room, off the patio, with dinner service available and no cover.
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Monday, July 11

6 p.m.
The Suffers
Santa Fe Plaza
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene presents a band that has been praised for the “multidimensional, multicultural possibilities of their take on soul,” blending 70s R&B, disco, jazz and contemporary gospel.
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Tuesday, July 12

6 p.m.
Con Brio
Santa Fe Plaza
Renowned for their electric live shows, this San Francisco Bay Area seven-piece plays energetic soul, psych-rock and R&B that’s as fresh and freethinking as the place they call home.
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Thursday, July 14

6 p.m.
The Gluey Brother
Santa Fe Plaza
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene presents hilarious, real-life characters that are both outlandish and lovable, created by band members who are not blood brothers, but rather are glued together in a tight bond on a magical level that allows for humor to flit between them in a super-fluid manner.
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Friday, July 15

6 p.m.
Igor & The Red Elvises
Ashley Pond Park, Los Alamos
The Los Alamos Summer Concert Series presents the Siberian Surf Rock king, whose humorous lyrics and uncanny musical talents force audiences onto their feet and into spasms of exaltation.
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7 p.m.
Hayes Carll and His Band
Railyard Park
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene continues with the Grammy Award-nominated Americana artist, whose weighty narratives are often shot through with sharp humor and social conscience.
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July 15 – 17

12 p.m.
Art Santa Fe Contemporary Arts & Design Fair
Santa Fe Community Convention Center
Art Santa Fe’s annual fair features artwork from local, national, and international galleries, as well as live entertainment, and other exclusive events.
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Saturday, July 16

12 – 6 p.m.
13th Annual ¡Viva México! Fiesta
El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Re-discover our neighbor to the south as you listen to mariachis, shop the Mercado and eat delicious food prepared by local Mexican chefs.
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4 – 5:30 p.m.
C.S. Lewis’ The Great Divorce
Lensic Performing Arts Center
C.S. Lewis’ brilliantly drawn characters take a fantastical bus trip from hell to the outskirts of paradise, each receiving an opportunity to stay . . . or return to hell, forever divorced from heaven. The choice proves more challenging than imagined.
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6 – 9 p.m.
DJ Kaleido
Social Kitchen + Bar
Drop in and feel the music by DJ Kaleido, at the Social Kitchen + Bar  in the Sage Hotel.
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Sunday, July 17

4 p.m.
Pilgrimage: Songs of the Mediterranean Basin
Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Santa Fe Desert Chorale celebrates its 40th anniversary with a musical tour through a diverse region, including Moroccan folk melodies, Middle Eastern hymns, Levantine chants and more.
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6 p.m.
Smooth
Swan Park
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene invites you to groove to the sounds of this Chicano Rock Band that pays tribute to the Godfather of Latin/African Rock, Carlos Santana, as well as other artists in that genre.
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July 17 – 18

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Doug Montgomery
Rio Chama Steakhouse
Pianist Doug Montgomery tickles the ivories in the President’s Room, off the patio, with dinner service available and no cover.
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Monday, July 18

6 p.m.
Michael Hearne and SXSW
Santa Fe Plaza
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene presents the northern New Mexico singer/songwriter who has penned songs for Jerry Jeff Walker, Gary P. Nunn and Johnny Rodriguez, among others, swings through Santa Fe for a little pickin’ and grinnin’ good times.
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Tuesday, July 19

11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Heritage Hotels & Resorts Job Fair
Hotel Albuquerque at Old Town
New Mexico’s premiere hospitality company has open opportunities for various positions across its portfolio of hospitality brands and support departments. Department heads and hiring managers will be on-site, and a $500 signing bonus, plus additional benefits, is also being offered.
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6 p.m.
Dust City Opera
Santa Fe Plaza
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene presents eclectic Albuquerque musicians who entwine strands of grunge, gothic country, punk, folk, and rock as the soundtrack to stories steeped in cosmic horror, transformation, and transcendence.
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7:30 p.m.
Cindy Williams: Me, Myself & Shirley
Lensic Performing Arts Center
Best known for her role as Shirley Feeney on Laverne & Shirley, Williams chronicles the stories and the embarrassing moments of her life in Hollywood.
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Wednesday, July 20

11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Heritage Hotels & Resorts Job Fair
Santa Fe Inn & Spa at Loretto
New Mexico’s premiere hospitality company has open opportunities for various positions across its portfolio of hospitality brands and support departments. Department heads and hiring managers will be on-site, and a $500 signing bonus, plus additional benefits, is also being offered.
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Thursday, July 21

6 p.m.
La Dame Blanche
Santa Fe Plaza
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene continues with with an explosive mix of hip hop, cumbia, dancehall and reggae, as the Cuban singer, flautist and percussionist Yaite Ramos Rodriguez delivers a powerful and compelling sound, which summons the spirits.
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6 p.m.
Kenneth Johnson Artist Reception
SkyFire Patio at Bishop’s Lodge, Auberge Resort Collectio
Meet contemporary Native American Designer and accomplished metalsmith Kenneth Johnson, on the patio at SkyFire for a reception celebrating his work, in partnership with SWAIA and Bobby Beals
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6:30 – 9 p.m.
Kenneth Johnson Artist Reception
SkyFire at Bishop’s Lodge, Auberge Resort Collection
An artful dinner experience inspired by works by accomplished Native American Designer and Metalsmith, Kenneth Johnson. Chef Pablo Peñalosa and artist Kenneth Johnson will collaborate to create a creative interpretation of two artful forms: food and art. In partnership with Bobby Beals and SWAIA.
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Friday, July 22

6 p.m.
The Blue Ventures
Ashley Pond Park, Los Alamos
The Los Alamos Summer Concert Series presents New Mexico’s most beloved Hispano family band, bringing Hispano Dance Hall music and the soul of the Southwest to Ashley Pond for the first time.
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7 p.m.
The Main Squeeze
Railyard Park
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene continues with the multicultural five-piece from Los Angeles, who have built a cult following by playing over 1000 shows in eight years.
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Saturday, July 23

6 – 9 p.m.
DJ AudioBuddha
Social Kitchen + Bar
Drop in and feel the music by DJ AudioBuddha, at the Social Kitchen + Bar  in the Sage Hotel.
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6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Dwight Trible
Dave’s Jazz Bistro
The legendary Jazz vocalist from Los Angeles appears with John Rangel and his trio for an intimate evening of standards and beyond.
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8 p.m.
Yellow Submarine
Railyard Park
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene invites you to a movie, in which the music-loving inhabitants of Pepperland are under siege by the Blue Meanies and only the Beatles can save them, in this psychedelic animated film playing free in the park.
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Sunday, July 24

10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Sunday at the Railyard: Vital Spaces
Santa Fe Railyard
Take part in an interactive experience for makers, patrons and community members, with a day of Lowriders, vendors, artists, community organizations and more, in an event for the whole family.
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4 p.m.
Mystics and Mavericks
Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Santa Fe Desert Chorale celebrates its 40th anniversary with a musical showcase of female sages and innovators, both ancient and modern.
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5 p.m.
Queen Bee Uke Jam
Railyard Park Community Room
Ukelele players and lovers at all levels are invited to come out and jam with the Queen Bee Music Association at this free community event.
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6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Doug Montgomery
Rio Chama Steakhouse
Pianist Doug Montgomery tickles the ivories in the President’s Room, off the patio, with dinner service available and no cover.
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7:30 p.m.
The Dead South
The Bridge Patio
Built on a taut configuration of cello, mandolin, banjo and guitar, their sound speeds past polite definitions of acoustic music into the gritty bluegrass world.
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Monday, July 25

6 p.m.
AJ Lee & Blue Summit
Santa Fe Plaza
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene presents a band drawing from influences such as country, soul, swing, rock, and jam music, using the lens of bluegrass as a vessel through which to express and explore the thread that binds and unifies all great music.
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6:30 p.m.
Train AM Gold Tour
Isleta Amphitheater
The multi-Grammy and Billboard Award-winning band is on the road supporting their latest release, with other 90s favorites Jewel and Blues Traveler, for a night of epic rock music and memorable performances.
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July 25 – 29

Viva la Cultura High Road Artist Studio Tour
Times and Locations vary
Self-guided and ticketed tours of Traditional Spanish Market artist studios, while experienced guides share unexpected highlights of the historic High Road, between Santa Fe and Taos.
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Tuesday, July 26

6 p.m.
Metalachi
Santa Fe Plaza
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene presents an unlikely meshing of metal classics with traditional mariachi standards, all played with traditional mariachi instrumentation, but with a stage show that strays far from traditional!
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7:30 p.m.
Pilgrimage: Songs of the Mediterranean Basin
Cristo Rey Catholic Church
Santa Fe Desert Chorale celebrates its 40th anniversary with a musical tour through a diverse region, including Moroccan folk melodies, Middle Eastern hymns, Levantine chants and more.
Visit the website

Wednesday, July 27

7:30 p.m.
Mystics and Mavericks
Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Santa Fe Desert Chorale celebrates its 40th anniversary with a musical showcase of female sages and innovators, both ancient and modern.
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July 27 – 31

7:30 p.m. & 2 p.m.
Marooned! A Space Comedy
Santa Fe Playhouse
An uncommon multimedia puppet show about an astronaut who crashes on an uncharted planet. Can she survive strange creatures, isolation, and an anomalous atmosphere — and find her way home?
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Thursday, July 28

5 – 7 p.m
Exhibit Preview
Museum of Spanish Colonial Art
The Spanish Colonial Arts Society presents a preview of Axle Contemporary’s exhibit And She Dances… including a conversation with artists Vicente Telles and Jason Garcia.
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Friday, July 29

5 – 7:30 p.m.
Spanish Market Preview
Santa Fe Convention Center
Get up close and personal with the winners of this year’s Traditional Spanish Market awards, and meet the artists who are taking home the prizes.
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6 p.m.
Ariel Posen
Ashley Pond Park, Los Alamos
The Los Alamos Summer Concert Series presents the modern-day guitar hero whose music occupies the space between heartland rock & roll, electrified Americana, blue-eyed soul, R&B, and Beatles-inspired pop.
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7 p.m.
Santa Fe Salutes The Beatles
Railyard Park
The free Santa Fe Summer Scene continues with a traditional salute to legends, featuring performances by local musicians who come together to celebrate the legacy of one of the greatest bands of all time.
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7:30 p.m.
The Sounding Sea
Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Santa Fe Desert Chorale celebrates its 40th anniversary with a reflection on New Mexico’s relationship with the most essential element of life: water.
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July 29 – 30

2 p.m.
Ponderosa Days
Ponderosa Days @ Bishops Ridge
An intimate weekend of live performances by Southwest-based jam bands, including Colorado-based progressive rock sextet Eminence Ensemble, along with Flash Mountain Flood, Pigment, Last To Know, Squeaky Feet, Mask and more.
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Saturday, July 30

10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Public Utilities Rapid Hiring Event
Genoveva Chavez Community Center
City of Santa Fe Human Resources and Public Utilities staff will be on-site to screen applications and conduct on-the-spot interviews for a variety of positions. Bring resume, photo ID, up-to-date vaccination card, and proof of High School Diploma, GED, or College Degree.
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6 – 9 p.m.
DJ Sagga Lift
Social Kitchen + Bar
Drop in and feel the music by DJ Sagga Lift, at the Social Kitchen + Bar  in the Sage Hotel.
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7:30 p.m.
Mystics and Mavericks
Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Santa Fe Desert Chorale celebrates its 40th anniversary with a musical showcase of female sages and innovators, both ancient and modern.
Visit the website

July 30 – 31

8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Contemporary Hispanic Market
Lincoln Avenue
Lining Lincoln Avenue, near the historic Santa Fe Plaza, and touted as one of the largest contemporary Hispanic markets in the world, featuring New Mexico flavored pieces for the 21st century, including paintings, jewelry, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, photography, printmaking, and more.
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9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Traditional Spanish Market
The oldest and largest juried art show of its kind in the nation, this unique event attracts tens of thousands of collectors, enthusiasts and visitors each year, with approximately 200 adult and mentored youth artists represented.
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Sunday, July 31

4 p.m.
Festival of Song: Tamara Wilson and Heidi Melton
Scottish Rite Temple
Performance Santa Fe present sopranos Tamara Wilson and Heidi Melton in an electrifying afternoon recital, accompanied by Robert Tweten on piano.
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4 p.m.
The Sounding Sea
Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi
Santa Fe Desert Chorale celebrates its 40th anniversary with a reflection on New Mexico’s relationship with the most essential element of life: water.
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6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Doug Montgomery
Rio Chama Steakhouse
Pianist Doug Montgomery tickles the ivories in the President’s Room, off the patio, with dinner service available and no cover.
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7:30 p.m.
Damien Jurado
Tumbleroot Brewery & Distillery
Hitting the road in support of his 18th full length studio album Reggae Film Star, Damien is more prolific, driven and creative than ever.
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Please be aware that proof of vaccination or negative test may be required for entrance to many of these events. Check with the venue if you are uncertain.

La Emi Summer Flamenco Series
Heritage Hotels & Resorts presents La Emi’s Summer Series at The Benitez Cabaret at The Lodge at Santa Fe. Shows run July 9 through September 4 with a matinee performance on Sundays.
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Last Friday Art Walk
Santa Fe Railyard Plaza
Last Friday of Every Month, 5 – 7 p.m.
For an exciting world-class contemporary art experience, visit Santa Fe’s hip Railyard Arts District for the Last Friday Art Walk. 

Meow Wolf
10 a.m – 8 p.m., Sunday – Thursday; 10 a.m. – 10 p.m., Friday and Saturday
An arts production company that creates immersive, multimedia experiences that transport audiences of all ages into fantastic realms.
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Santa Fe Farmers Market
Saturdays, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Voted one of the Top Ten Farmers’ Markets by Sunset Magazine, this is one of the oldest, largest, and most successful growers’ markets in the country.
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Santa Fe Farmers’ Del Sur Market
Tuesdays, 3 – 6 p.m.
Bringing the freshest produce and local food to the community every week through the end of September, in the main parking lot at Presbyterian Santa Fe Medical Center
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Sky Railway
Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime! Climb aboard and expect the unexpected as you travel the historic rail between Santa Fe and Lamy.
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Vamanos Santa Fe Walks
The Santa Fe Conservation Trust offers free walks through some of Northern New Mexico’s most scenic preserves, led by experts who can answer all your burning questions. There are 30 free walks and hikes from May through October.
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Crash Karaoke
Social Kitchen + Bar
Every Sunday, 6 – 9 p.m.
Local KJ Crash Romeo brings the joy of Karaoke to The Social Kitchen + Bar at the Sage Hotel, Sunday evenings. Come sing your favorites or new some new songs!
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90s Night
Social Kitchen + Bar
Every Monday, 4 – 10 p.m.
Located within the Sage Hotel, The Social Kitchen + Bar invites you to remember your youth on 90s Night, every Monday.
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LGBT “Plus Plus” Night
Social Kitchen + Bar
Every Tuesday, 4 – 10 p.m.
Located within the Sage Hotel, The Social Kitchen + Bar invites you to their weekly LGBT “Plus Plus” Night, every Tuesday.
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Geeks Who Drink
Social Kitchen + Bar
Every Thursday, 7 – 9 p.m.
The Social Kitchen+Bar at the Sage Hotel, presents the trivia event for the truly knowledgeable. “Think it’s just trivia, think again!” is their slogan, and boy are they right!
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The Bridge at Santa Fe Brewing Company
New Mexico’s oldest and most award-winning microbrewery, with concerts happening weekly.
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La Fiesta Lounge
Enjoy casual New Mexican cuisine, enticing cocktails and eclectic live music by talented locals every night of the week.
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Meow Wolf
Named one of the best small music venues in the country by Yelp, catch eclectic performers from around the world, every week.
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Social Kitchen + Bar
Located inside the Sage Hotel in the heart of Santa Fe, this fun little bar dishes up south by southwest comfort cuisine, alongside themed nights, and music by regional favorites Second Chances on Wednesday nights, and the Widow Oxley on Friday nights.
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Tesuque Casino
Northern New Mexico’s newest casino offers up a limited menu and live music seven days a week, from popular bands and musicians.
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Tumbleroot Brewery & Distillery
Grab a bite and an award-winning brew, or a signature drink, and listen to the best music Santa Fe has to offer, from local legends to national touring acts.
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Through August 4, 2022
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
SFCC Student Art Exhibition
SFCC Visual Arts Gallery
The exhibition includes sculpture, printmaking, book arts, ceramics, jewelry, media arts, drawing, painting, film, fine woodworking and photography.
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July 16 – September 17
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
A Pursuit of Excellence
Nedra Matteucci Galleries
Five decades in business will be recognized with an exhibition featuring a mix of living and historic artists connected to one of Santa Fe’s oldest galleries.
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