Pub Schedule

Mountain Rescue Brew Fest

Mountain Rescue Brew Fest

Saturday, September 27th, 12-11pm

Support Albuquerque Mountain Rescue.

There will be an auction, raffles, trivia, fine tunes and of course great tasting beer!

The Supper Truck 12; Street Food Institute 2

Kitty Jo Creek

Sunday, September 28th, 3-6pm

Kitty Jo Creek Band is a melodious group of bluegrass musicians from the Santa Fe area. This bluegrass and cowboy jazz flavoured group, includes the adventurous musicianship of James Horn, Lance Gray, Marlene Gray, Jerry Longmire, and Dave McKisson.

Soo Bak Foods noon-10; TFK Smokehouse 2-7


Cafe Bomba

Wednesday, October 1st, 6-9 pm

They play Catalan Rumba, Caribbean and Cuban music. The trio is guitar, flute and percussion. Listen to the sound, energy and rhythm of this dance and listening group.

Street Food Institute noon-5; The Supper Truck 5-11


Thursday, October 2nd, 7-10 pm

A little bit country, a little bit rock n’ roll, and a little bit everything else! Youngsville is a band that plays music they love while drinking good beer and having a great time!

Karibu Cafe 12; Don Choche 5-11

Todd and the Fox

Friday, October 3rd, 8-11pm

Todd and the Fox is dusty, dance-oriented music, written exclusively on five-string banjo, and featuring the drumming of talented multi-instrumentalist Erik Sawyer. In the tradition of rustic American folk and blues, Todd and the Fox takes a minimalist approach to performance: banjo, drums, bass foot pedals and voice.

Rustic 12-9; Don Choche 5-11

Jade Masque

Saturday, October 4th, 8-11 pm

“The music of Jade Masque has been described as “Globally Infused South Western Rock”. It’s that, and much more. Their original music is an eclectic blend of influences encompassing the complexities of Jazz, Reggae Roots, Latin dance beats, the modal music of India and the Middle East as well as the raw energy of American Rock & Roll.”

The Supper Truck 12-8pm; TFK 7-11pm

Santa Fe Fiddle Fest

Sunday, October 5th from 2-5 pm

Foot stompin’, sweat breaking double fiddle good time music with Santa Fe’s 2 hottest youngblood fiddle players. Featuring Karina Wilson , Greg Butera and an all-star party band for a celebration of the season!

Soo Bak Foods noon-10

Boris McCutcheon’s open mic night

Tuesday, October 7th from 6-9pm

Each month, Boris starts with a few of his own songs, then his featured artist plays a set. This month’s featured artist is Richard Mittelstet.

Richard Mittelstet is a multi-talented singer songwriter who enjoys captivating audiences with his unique styley voice, soothing guitar, and soulful harmonica. He tends to dabble in all sorts of genres, from Blues to Bluegrass, Reggae to Folk, Motown to Indie, Rock to Oldies, and whatever is meant for the Times!

TFK 12-11pm

Bien Shur

Beer Dinner at Bien Shur

Wednesday, October 8th, 7pm

Another foodie event to add to your calendar! Join us at Bien Shur for what promises to be a culinary adventure.

The four course dinner features Oatmeal Stout with Butternut Squash Soup, Double White with a Butter Leaf and Watercress Salad, Wilderness Pale Ale with Braised Elk, and the Saison de Plum with an orange creamsicle.

Leftover Soul

Thursday, October 9th, 7-10 pm

Leftover Soul is an ALL VINYL SOUL NIGHT happening at Marble Brewery! DJ Leftovers (of Leftover Productions) will be spinning vintage soul LPs and 45s, so put on your dancing shoes and be ready to get down. Free brewery tour starting at 5:30.

Karibu Cafe 12; Don Choche 5-late

Boris McCutcheon & Salt Licks

Friday, October 10th, 8-11pm

Boris McCutcheon is a singer and songwriter of truly unique and engaging Americana songs. He plays guitar, harmonica, and mandolin, and he is backed by an incredible band of musicians known as The Salt Licks. Once you hear his music, you will wonder how you ever got along without it!

Rustic 12-9; Don Choche 5-11

The Dirty Shades

Saturday, October 11th, 8-11 pm

With sounds that range from Rock, Soul, R&B, and even Reggae…They play whatever they want!

The Supper Truck 12-8pm; TFK Smokehouse 7-11pm

Nate Grant

Sunday, October 12th from 2-5 pm

He has over 15 years experience in writing and performing with bands and other musicians, but now has taken a step in his own direction, performing solo acoustic shows, writing and performing music as it should be heard. Raw and emotional, written from the heart!!

Soo Bak Foods noon-10. 2-7

Pumpkin Ale Release Party

Pumpkin Ale Release Party

Wednesday, October 15th, 5pm

Come join us for the release of the pumpkin ale. We will be pairing it with mini cheesecakes from Cuppycakes. There will also be a pumpkin carving contest, so bring your carving kit and creativity!!

Music by Rio 6-9pm

Street Food Institute noon-5; The Supper Truck 5-11

Hello Dollface

Thursday, October 16th, 7-10pm

Quenching Desert Vagabond Soul from CO, a well lit female-fronted eclectic soulchild born into a sea of evocative bass heavy, and disco-plated live percussive backbeats. Free brewery tour starting at 5:30.

Karibu Cafe 12. Don Choche 5-11

The Dregz and Double Plow

Friday, October 17th, 8-11 pm

There is only one way to describe their sound: pure rock and roll…. no adjectives, hyphens, or qualifiers needed.

Rustic 12-9; Don Choche 5-11

Blue Hornets

Saturday, October 18th, 8-11pm

Formed after a Giant Steps reunion in 2009—and subsequent nostalgic feelings about playing rocksteady and reggae music— The nine-member ensemble is somewhat of a supergroup, made up of members of Le Chat Lunatique, Mystic Vision, Danny Winn and the Earthlings, Sub-Agencia, Strawman Sloop, and the aforementioned Giant Steps.

The Supper Truck noon-8pm; TFK Smokehouse 7-11pm

Dustin Prinz

Sunday, October 19th from 2-5 pm

Dustin Prinz is a singer/songwriter from Oklahoma City. Dustin’s unique musical style is comprised of percussive guitar techniques, intricate flat picking, passionate vocal melodies, and inspiring lyrics.

Soo Bak Foods noon-10.


Pullman Standard

Wednesday, October 22nd, 6-9 pm

Earning the reputation of burlesque indie rock comes easy with songs about vintage cinematic love, secret speakeasies, and clever seduction. Add in a contemporary twist with an amazing live energy and you have Pullman Standard. Straight out of the SoCal music scene and ready for the world.

Street Food Institute noon-5; The Supper Truck 5-11


Thursday, October 23rd, 7-10 pm

The Boomroots Collective is a group of musicians linking Hip Hop and reggae together in seamless flavor. The Collective is a community of conscious artists bringing a unique mix of two Genres for one reason, the love of music.

Karibu Cafe 12; Don Choche 5-late

Alex Maryol

Friday, October 24th, 8-11 pm

He began songwriting during his teenage years while performing at smoky bars and coffee shops in downtown Santa Fe. While primarily influenced by blues greats such as Lightning Hopkins and Buddy Guy, Alex maintained a love for all musical genres from classical to grunge.

Rustic 12-9; Don Choche 5-11

Hops and Harvest Fest

Saturday, October 25th, 2-9pm

Its the annual FUNdraiser at Marble Brewery! Music, raffle prizes, great beer, and flavors of fall! Come and hang out with us.

The Supper Truck noon-8pm; TFK Smokehouse 7-11pm

Porter Draw

Saturday, October 25th, 7-10pm

The Porter Draw is an Alt-Country, Americana band from Albuquerque, NM. Fitting in at country honky-tonks and rock n’ roll clubs alike, The Porter Draw have built a reputation for high energy, sweat-drenched shows coupled with tight harmonies of wistfully delicate lyrics of longing, heartbreak, and the American experience.

The Supper Truck noon-8pm; TFK Smokehouse 7-11pm

Marlee Crow

Sunday, October 26th from 2-5 pm

If Bob Dylan decided to play music that inspired people to dance instead of protest songs… it might sound something like this….

Soo Bak Foods 12-10pm.


David Berkeley

Wednesday, October 29th, 6-9 pm

Berkeley delivers some of his most heartfelt tunes blending folk, rock, and classic pop to create timeless expressions of love and longing.

Street Food Institute noon-5; The Supper Truck 5-11

Cactus Tractor

Thursday, October 30th, 7-10 pm

Cactus Tractor is a seven-person Bohemian Pop Folk Disco (beau-pop-faux-disc) band based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with four songwriters, toothsome harmonies, and a multitude of fun stringed and unstrung instruments. The band’s natural habitat includes farmers’ markets, folk festivals, variety shows, house shows, cafes, beer gardens, petting zoos, clothing swaps, nursing homes, and just about anyplace teenagers can be found uncomfortable to be with their parents.

Karibu Cafe 12; Don Choche 5-11

Merican Slang

Friday, October 31st, 8-11pm

A funk band- Super Group, Merican Slang began as a side project of members of several Albuquerque acts who came together to form a band with a truly Merican, Democratic, approach to music making. The result is a unique sound that blends Merican Funk, with Merican Southern Rock!

Rustic 12-9; Don Choche 5-11