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Weekend Picks: Post-Fourth

July 7, 2017, 12:00 pm
By SFR

Now that all your pets sufficiently hate your guts following days of semi-controlled explosions, it's time to suck it up hangover-wise and start the cycle of thing-doing all over again. Breathe deep, steel thyselves and step out on the town for another dang weekend of stuff.

Hail, Hail Rock 'n' Roll: Portraits of an Era

See images of rockin' times (in the '60s, '70s and '80s) taken by photographers Baron Wolman, Lisa Law, David Michael Kennedy, Bob Seidemann and William Coupon. Through Sept. 1.

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Santa Fe Bandstand 2017: Tiho Dimitrov and Jay Boy Adams & Zenobia

New wave blues from Europe, with influences like The Rolling Stones, from Dimitrov kicks off this evening of outdoor tunes. Then hear rock, R&B and soul by Jay Boy Adams & Zenobia.

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Branden & James

The cello and vocal duo performs regularly throughout the summer at this fancy downtown spot. Catch their covers of everything from Bach to Bieber in their varied repertoires.

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The Ian Moore Band

Rock, soul and folk.

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Kadish, Gagan and Bartlit (KGB)

Rock, jazz and funk songs by this trio of talent. Not Russians.

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Sian: Capital Crimewave Tour

Classic modern techno with a bohemian feel.

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Lavender in the Valley Festival

This eighth annual festival is a floral fiesta offering music, food and dancing. This year's theme is Country and Western, so come in your best cowboy boots and enjoy delicious treats from the Lavender Tea House, Cowgirl barbecue and more.

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Bluegrass Sunday Brunch: Mystic Lizard

You know and love these local bluegrass legends, correct? Of course you do. And these Bluegrass Brunches are weekly for the next little bit, so...y'know, go to them.

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Entreflamenco: 2017 Summer Season

Antonio Granjero, Estefania Ramirez and Antonio Hidalgo Paz co-direct this summer series featuring Granjero and Ramirez performing original choreography.

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