Programs & Services

Our Fair New Mexico - A Virtual Concert Series

The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA), in partnership with state museums, historic sites, and cultural institutions, presents “Our Fair New Mexico,” a virtual concert series featuring musicians living in New Mexico. The department and our divisions are pleased to bring the musical sounds of New Mexico through social media.

Following is a list with more information about past and upcoming virtual concerts:

Technical notes:

  1. Previous virtual concerts are available directly via the links above. A Facebook account is not required to view these videos.
  2. For upcoming concerts, the video will not be available until the Premiere starts at 7 PM/MDT on the day of the virtual concert.
  3. If the video doesn't autoplay once the Premiere has begun, please refresh your browser.
  4. The video can also be replayed in its entirety once the Premiere is over.

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