One of the dancehall era's few successful female DJs, Jamaican singer Sister Carol brings her uplifting melodic vocals and solid rhymes to Skylight, Sept. 24.
Let the Good Times Roll
Bayou State native Buckwheat Zydeco brings a special blend of infectious, Creole-French music to the Santa Fe Farmers Market Pavilion Sept. 24.
Rolling Works of Art
The 2014 Santa Fe Concorso is the Southwest’s premier gathering of over 100 rare and exotic cars and motorcycles. The event features scenic driving tours, seminars and a judged exhibition, September 26-28.
The Kids Are Alright
Foxygen, the American indie rock duo known for their maniacal and unhinged live shows, perform at Skylight, Tuesday, Sept. 25.
The exhibit Painting the Divine: Images of Mary in the New World hosts special events like printing with a medieval-style, great music and a screening of the movie Tattoo Nation at the Hisotry Museum, Sept. 26-28.
South African alternative rock/kwaito band Kongos will play a free concert on the Taos Plaza Thursday, Sept. 25.
Drawing a Cosmopolitan Line
The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum hosts an exhibition of the artwork created by Mexican modernist Miguel Covarrubias. Opening reception is Friday, Sept. 26.
The National Acrobats of the People’s Republic of China, the Beijing company – known for their dazzling costumes, breathtaking feats, and precision acrobatics – returns to the Lensic on October 1.
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October 4 & 5
SFUAD and Pecos National Historical Park Host
Live Music Silent Film
location: Sabana Grande Recreation Center
location: National Hispanic Cultural Center
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