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July 22, 2016, 11:30 am

Santa Fe Bandstand: Sol Fire and Lumbre Del Sol

Amado Abeyta leads the rock group, which incorporates Latin influences. Lumbre del Sol plays Chicano rock at 7:15 pm.

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Bone Orchard

Alternative Americana as rad and original as their name.

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Santa Fe Komedy Klub: Michael Puccini

Headliner Michael Puccini, who was on the TV show Last Comic Standing, is joined by Scotty Goff, a local stand-upper.

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Nicholas Ballas, Robert Nott and Jonathan Richards star in the Tony-winner directed by Robert Benedetti. When one of three best friends buys an all-white painting, art and its nature come into question.

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Cash'd Out: A Tribute to Johnny Cash

The late, great Man in Black is done proud by the San Diego-based group that plays over 150 of his songs including favorites like ...
there are too many to name.

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Scuba and Strangers: Dispatch

Bringing together 96 artists from around New Mexico to create a visual display of the local art scene in which each of Santa Fe's art spaces are represented by a 3x6 inch tile courtesy of the two local arts collectives.

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Dave Holland Trio with Chris Potter: New Mexico Jazz Festival

The trio, completed by Kevin Eubanks and Obed Calavarie, is led by Holland, who played with Miles Davis' Bitches Brew band. They are joined by Potter, who is a wind-wizard on the saxophone.

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Journeysantafe: Richard McCord

McCord is the co-founder of SFR, Santa Fe living treasure and published author brings a briefcase full of his favorite award-winning articles from his lengthy career in New Mexico.

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Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival

Mendelssohn octet, Beethoven and the Pacifica quartet enchant with classics in the acoustic a-list venue.

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