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Weekend Picks: Break Out of the Blanket Cocoon

May 19, 2017, 12:00 pm

We're peering out of our blanket foxholes too. Is it done snowing? Will it ever be summer? Like, for more than a few days at a time, that is? Pretty sure we will very soon be miserable and sweaty but for now we'd really like to put away the wool socks. C'mon, weekend. Bring us some sun. There's yoga, there's blues, there's DIY zines, there's all kinds of great stuff you should leave your house for. Don't rain on the lowriders.

Emily Branden and Tiffany Christopher: Live Music Yoga

Practice Vinyasa flow with Branden as Christopher serenades the class with a live set of rock covers and originals. The combination makes for a sweaty, gratifying movement experience.

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Advance Trance

Rockin' wack-o-delic jam band.

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The John Kurzweg Band

Rock 'n' roll from a dude who knows music inside and out.

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Tenth Anniversary Plaza Fair & Summer Reading 2017 Kickoff

Visit the booths of more than 25 local nonprofits who serve Santa Fe's community in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Southside branch of the library. Mariachi Buenaventura performs.

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Santa Fe Zine Fest

Zines, comics and alternative press publications unite to present a day full of independent literary radness. This showcase features creators by Anastasio Wrobel, Francisco Haros Lopez, Yvette Serrano and more.

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Crawdaddy Blues Festival

The Mine Shaft Tavern hosts the 10th Annual fish-eatin' festival, bringing fresh live crawfish from the Gulf Coast, as well as green chile blue crab cakes, crawfish etoufee, gumbo, Texas BBQ Ribs, brisket and smoked pork. Wash it down with a fresh squeezed hurricane while Rude Boy Experiment, Key Frances, Whiskey Diablo and more give live performances. Laissez les bons temps rouler!

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Lowrider Day @ The Railyard

Stroll through a presentation of lowriders, be in awe. They're sparkly, bouncy and loud.

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Santa Fe Symphony

Concluding its 33rd season, the symphony performs a bombastic set of classics by Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Lauridsen with principle conductor Guillermo Figueroa.

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The three members of this band from Indiana take turns as lead vocalist, so their lyrics and sounds vary as they perform sentimental rock tunes and power pop songs.

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