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My Morning Jacket

August 19th

The New Respects

August 21st

HOTH Brothers Band

August 22nd

Lumbre Del Sol

August 23rd

Jimmie Vaughan

August 23rd

Jimmie Vaughan

August 25th

Eli Paperboy Reid

August 26th


August 27th

The Santa Fe Revue

August 30th

Fucked Up

September 2nd

Little Big Town

September 3rd

Béla Fleck

September 13th


September 15th

Gabriel Kahane

September 16th

Daniel Rossen

September 17th

Bob Mould - Solo Electric

September 20th

Albert Cummings

September 20th

Albert Cummings

September 21st

Rodrigo y Gabriela

September 24th

Tropa Magica

September 25th


September 29th

The Young Dubliners

September 30th

Wallows - SOLD OUT!

October 3rd

Madison Cunningham

October 4th

Suzanne Vega

October 4th


October 5th

Noah Cyrus

October 5th

James McMurtry

October 6th


October 7th


October 10th

Dylan LeBlanc

October 12th


October 12th


October 13th

illuminati hotties

October 15th

Shovels & Rope

October 18th

Flor De Toloache

October 25th


October 26th


November 2nd


November 2nd


November 2nd

Os Mutantes

November 3rd

Mac DeMarco - CANCELED

November 4th

Belinda Carlisle

November 8th


November 8th

John Craigie

November 9th

John Craigie

November 10th

Bébé La La

November 13th

Juan Carmona

November 16th

Martin Sexton

November 17th

Juan Carmona

November 18th

Hermanos Gutiérrez

November 20th

Pink Martini

January 16th

Pink Martini

January 18th

Eric Johnson

March 4th
4th of July Melting Pot Celebration!

The Mango Cakes | Otro K Libre Band

Albuquerque Summer Scene

at FUSION Meadow
706 1st St NW
Albuquerque NM 87102
Other Events at Fusion Meadow

Time: 5:00pm     Day: Sunday     Doors: 4:30pm     Ages: All Ages    
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AMP would like to invite you to join us for a fun, funky 4th of July Celebration.  What better way to celebrate our national birthday than with a big dance party that embraces the beauty and diversity of the United States?

AMP is excited to collaborate with FUSION in launching an exciting new downtown outdoor performance space on the FUSION arts campus! Albuquerque Summer Scene will take over this space every Sunday from June 19 to August 28.  Join us for an outdoor market featuring your favorite local artists, makers, and vintage vendors! Food trucks and Tractor Brewing Company have you covered for dinner and drinks, with live music starting at 5 PM. Each evening will feature two music groups and promises to be a big party! Come ready to dance, and feel free to bring lawn chairs if you want to relax too. Many weekends will feature morning or afternoon theater, dance and music programs, so check each event to see what's in the works!

Free! Make a reservation to get event updates and additional details.

We'll be doing this weeks' event inside.
We'll be in FUSION's cool 708 gallery space, where you can enjoy our two bands, beer and crafts surrounded by the art from the newly opened Two Moons Art: Fabrics of New Mexico exhibit, as well as information on immigrant support groups.

This week's vendors:

Tractor Brewing
- Hummus King & Lady Falafel
El Bukanax
- High Desert Debris
- The Soap Mama
Itzayana Jewelry
- New Mexico Immigrant Law Center
- Santa Fe Dreamers Project
United Voices for Newcomer Rights

Catch an early morning performance of the new play "Edmund and the Astronaut," featuring Ross Kelly, a Robot and a very elaborate set! Seating is extremely limited. (Tickets required.)


Rick & Gail Thaler, M'Tucci's and the City of Albuquerque Arts and Culture Department.  If you are an individual or local business eager to support a new art scene downtown, let us know!

The Mango Cakes is a 9-piece soul, funk, rock, and R&B group composed of a diverse cast of members from the Albuquerque metro area. With skilled and energetic musicality, they seek to create musical spaces of joy and spontaneity. They run by the motto, “Live Music for Everyone”.

"[For me, being an immigrant] has meant starting with nothing and creating something out of that. It has meant observing and experiencing the lives of others who are not like me and finding the beauty of our uniqueness and the joy of what brings us together. Mangoes are one of the biggest exports from my island in the Philippines and so our name is influenced by my life there. Being an immigrant is trying to keep what you have and what you know from a very different place into a place that is often very much attuned to making you forget who you are. That experience comes out in our music." - Jabez, The Mango Cakes

Otro K Libre is an 8-piece band featuring artists from the Dominican Republic, Cuba and Puerto Rico.  It’s a high energy group that plays salsa, bachata, cumbia  merengue, bolero, chacha and timba.  Basically, if the music has roots in the Caribbean, they are on it!  And since bachata and meringue come from the Dominican Republic, you know it is in their blood.  The band love to dance and make you dance.  Practice your moves, as dance challenges are a big part of every Otro K Libre show!

Joining our usual mix of food and craft vendors will be some groups doing important work with our new residents.

The New Mexico Immigrant Law Center's mission is to advance justice and equity by empowering low-income immigrant communities through collaborative legal services, advocacy, and education. NMILC envisions a vibrant New Mexico where all people—regardless of immigration status—can achieve their full potential and are treated with dignity and respect.
NMILC provides free legal services for all forms of humanitarian immigration relief. We do this in the following ways:
  • Direct services: through innovative workshop and group-processing models, a robust pro bono attorney network, and a legal team committed to holistic services, we are able to offer high-quality services efficiently—always for free.
  • Leadership programs: through mentorship and professional development opportunities, we are fostering the next generation of social justice legal professionals.
  • Policy, education, and advocacy: partnering with organizations throughout the community to spread information about legal issues and to provide policy guidance.

United Voices for Newcomer Rights cultivates educational, economic, cultural, social, and physical and mental health resources in partnership with newcomers (refugees, immigrants, asylum-seekers, and others who are new to the United States) to empower them to achieve system change that supports their well-being and integration in their new communities.

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