Santa Fe Bandstand presents
Santa Fe Bandstand is a free summer music festival on the Santa Fe Plaza, produced by Outside In Productions and a crew that strives to present the city with a wide range of performers, who represent the diversity and wealth of musical talent in this region. Performances take place Monday to Friday, starting on June 21 through August 23, 2013. All shows are free and open to the public.
Sorela: Hispanic Pop. Sisters’ D’ette and D’anna have been singing and entertaining for most of their lives. They were selected as one of the top 15 New Mexico artists by the Latin Music Academy of New Mexico in 2010 and 2011. In 2008, they appeared on Garrison Keillor’s nationwide broadcast of “A Prairie Home Companion.”
Sol Fire: Hispanic Rock. “Fronted by brothers Buddy and Amado Abeyta, you could call this a second-generation Santa Fe band since the Abeytas' dad, Chris Abeyta, is a founder of the longtime local favorite Lumbre del Sol. Sol Fire has a modern-rock sound, however, it has a more distinctive Chicano-rock sound. You can hear a little Carlos Santana in some of the guitar solos.” –Steve Terrell, Santa Fe New Mexican
Tonight's performances are sponsored by the Santa Fe Reporter.