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Weekend Picks: Gotta Get Down on Friday (and Saturday and Sunday)

June 16, 2017, 12:00 pm

We don't know about you guys, but we store up energy for summertime partyings like some kind of energy squirrel. Clunky metaphors aside, you just gots to know we're chilling out, maxing and relaxing all cool all over town. And you can, too, assuming you heed our weekend advice, crank up whatever AC to which you have access and blast that old Rebecca Black song like it's going out of style ... or like it ever was IN style.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in the Railyard

See the wonderful continuation of the world of witches and wizards from Harry Potter author JK Rowling in this film about magical creatures, their keeper and all the chaos they cause when they escape from his care.

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DJ Dynamite Sol

Party dance beats at Santa Fe's hottest club courtesy of the back-in-action Sol.

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Scotty and the Atomics: Dance and Romance

If you're a good dancer, these things go together. If not, maybe they'll love you anyways? The band plays jazz, rock, reggae and funk songs for your get down session.

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Dandelion Pop-Up Market

Celebrate summer at this party and market featuring local vendors selling everything from vintage clothing and handmade-jewelry to made-to-order ice cream! Come shop from The Bookman & The Lady, Happy Loco, Matron Records, utopian conspiracy, Road Trip Journal Vintage, Twig Works and more.

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Grace Askew

Electronic Americana.

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The Levitt-AMP Summer Concert Series continues with live New Orleans funk in the Railyard. The Sticky opens.

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Currents New Media Festival Exhibition

Light art, video installations and interactive pieces make up the exhibit portion of the 2017 art festival. Immerse yourself in contemporary works and neon awesomeness.

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Worlds Through Words: A Multi-Cultural Poetry Celebration

Four Poets: Haleh Liza (Persian), Brynn Saito (Japanese/Korean), James Thomas Stevens (Akwesasne Mohawk), and Uche Nduka (Nigerian) read their poems. Hosted by Ebony Isis Booth.

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Nacha Mendez

Hear the multi-genre voice of Nacha Mendez.

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