Wednesday, October 29th, 6-9pm
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; Irrational Pie 5-11
Wednesday, October 29th, 5pm
Come join us for the release of our Pumpkin Noir. We will be pairing it with Joliesse Chocolates. Three delicious flavors were chosen to bring out the amazing and unique flavors in the beer. Come and enjoy!
Music by David Berkely 6-9m
Street Food Institute noon-5; Irrational Pie 5-11pm
Thursday, October 30th, 7-10pm
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 12-5pm; Don Choche 5-11
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
Saturday, November 1st, 6-9pm
Funky latin rock band from Albuquerque, NM.
Sunday, November 2nd, 2-5pm
Kevin Herig is a singer/songwriter based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Known for his frontman role in the ABQ band Asper Kourt. Don’t be fooled by his baby face, his honey like voice will melt your heart.
Soo Bak Foods 12-10pm.
Tuesday, November 4th, 6-9pm
Each month, Boris starts with a few of his own songs, then his featured artist plays a set. After that, open mic night starts. This month’s featured artist is Prudy Dimas.
Prudy Dimas is a singer and songwriter from New Mexico now residing in Durango, Colorado. Songs on traveling, love, loss and the human condition make up the self released debut album, “love and how to live without it” recorded in the fall of 2013.
Saturday, November 8th, 2-5pm
New Mexico based folk-rock singer-songwriter Cali Shaw is a rising star in the southwest folk scene. Making use of Latin American string instruments Charango and Cuban Tres, with lyrics that are smart, personal and bitter sweet; Cali Shaw and his band make award winning music for an interesting twist on modern folk music.
The Supper Truck 12-8pm; TFK 7-11pm
Saturday, November 8th, 6-9pm
CAFE BOMBA plays 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.
Sunday, November 9th, 2-5pm
With more than two decades of experience performing blues and outlaw country in the southwest, Joanie Cere and Darin Goldston are staples of the N.M. music scene.
Soo Bak Foods 12-10pm
Saturday, November 15th, 2-5pm
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.
The Supper Truck 12-8; Street Food Institute 7-11
Sunday, November 16th, 2-5pm
The Real Matt Jones is an award-winning singer/songwriter from Albuquerque. Be ready for pop-Americana tunes that go down as easy as an Oatmeal Stout.
Soo Bak Foods 12-10pm.
Saturday, November 22nd, 2-5pm
Felix Y Los Gatos is one of the best party bands in New Mexico. They play a variety of music from the South and Southwest which include Zydeco, Americana, Blues, Funk, Rancheras, Cumbias, and much more
The Supper Truck 12-8; TFK 7-11
Friday, November 28th, 6-9pm
Playing originals and all of their, and your, favorite up-beat songs from: Elvis, The Beatles, Johnny Cash, the 80’s, the 90’s, 00’s, top 40 and everything in between!
Saturday, November 29th, 1-4pm
The traditional, yet contemporary, Squash Blossom Boys bring together a mix of Old Time, Cajun, and driving Bluegrass music. Versed in jazz improvisation and music arrangement, the band creates a unique sound that explores the roots and boundaries of Americana.
Street Food Institute 12-8; TFK 7-11