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Festival au Desert: Caravan for Peace Concert

7:30 pm, Jul 10, 2013 | $40-25 (plus service charges)
 

The Malian Civil War has forced its decade-old Festival au Desert onto the global stage—and it stops in Santa Fe. By the way, the Malians have an incredible genre of blues.



Where: Lensic Performing Arts Center
Phone: 988-1234
Address:
211 W San Francisco St.
Santa Fe, NM
87501
Website: http://www.lensic.com/

 

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