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:
- April 10 – MOIFA (Rob Martinez)
- April 14 – NHCC (Oti Ruiz with Leticia Cuevas)
- Mar 24 – MOIFA (Lara Manzanares)
- May 1 – Jemez Historic Site (Marlon Magdalena)
- May 8 – NHCC (Dos Gatos)
- May 10 – MIAC (Jacob Shije)
- May 15 – MOIFA (Lone Pinon)
- May 22 – MOA (Carlos Medina Conjunto)
- May 29 – MOIFA (Joe and Archie West)
- June 5 – New Mexico History Museum (Della Bustamante and Grace Marks)
- June 12 – Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum (Kenny Arroyos)
- June 19 – Museum of Natural History & Science (Zillaphyst)
- June 21 – NHCC (ReVoz a dos: Featuring Vicente Griego & Chuscales)
- June 26 – New Mexico Arts and MIAC (Nacha Mendez and G Precious)
https://www.facebook.com/nmarts.org/videos/741457059728376/ and https://www.facebook.com/IndianArtsCulture/videos/323976471946792/
- Previous virtual concerts are available directly via the links above. A Facebook account is not required to view these videos.
- For upcoming concerts, the video will not be available until the Premiere starts at 7 PM/MDT on the day of the virtual concert.
- If the video doesn't autoplay once the Premiere has begun, please refresh your browser.
- The video can also be replayed in its entirety once the Premiere is over.
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