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Sundays at Six Returns June 29

Rebecca Frazier and Hit and Run

Dust off that lawn chair and find that jean blanket Grandma made for you! We have another amazing line up of talented performers both from within the Valley and beyond. Check it out!

All Aboard the Concert Train!

The Rio Grande Scenic Railroad has announced their summer concert trains. Performers include the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and the Haunted Windchimes.

Head over to their website to check out the line-up!

“Rock against Rape” concert set for Saturday, April 5

Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 5 for the first “Rock against Rape” concert in Alamosa!

Did you know that April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Child Abuse Prevention Month? Tu Casa and ALMA are partnering to organize the event to raise awareness about rape and sexual assault. Help work towards prevention and awareness in you community and educate yourself on the resources available.  Learn more at “Rock against Rape” featuring local bands, Pedro and the Pistons and Bittersweet.

Show starts at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday April 5 @ the Elks Lodge in Alamosa

Admission is FREE, but we would appreciate the following donations for the Tu Casa shelter:

Grocery gift cards, gas cards toothbrushes, office supplies, cleaning supplies, diapers size 3-4 baby wipes, non-perishable food items

Learn more about Tu Casa:



ALMA and ASU present Celtic group Colcannon – March 7

The Music Department at Adams State University and ALMA are excited to present a workshop and concert by Celtic group Colcannon on Friday, March 7 at ASU.

Workshop – 2 p.m. @ Leon Memorial Hall

If you play a Celtic instrument, here’s your chance to refine your musical skills while learning from some of the best Celtic artists in Colorado! The workshop is FREE and open to the public.

Colcannon in Concert – 7:30 p.m. @ Leon Memorial Hall

Come out to hear a great evening of Celtic music! Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students/seniors. Available at the Adams State Music Office, the Green Spot, located in Alamosa and All Good Things, located in Monte Vista. For more information, please contact 719-587-7621.

About Colcannon:

Colcannon presents timeless songs that  transports the audience to another time and place. They perform Irish music with panache, warmth and wit.  Formed in 1984 in Boulder, the band includes members Mick Bolger, Mike Fitzmaurice, Jean Bolger, Brian Mullins, and Cynthia Jaffe. Together they have developed a distinctive, inventive, and contemporary musical style while still keeping in firm touch with the heart and essence of traditional Irish music.

The band’s recent CD ‘The Pooka and the Fiddler’ received a Parent’s Choice Award for its artful interweaving or music and storytelling. The Emmy®-award winning PBS special, “Colcannon in Concert,” filmed at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts has aired nationwide. Colcannon has also been part of many collaborative projects — they were featured on John McEuen’s soundtrack for the television mini-series “The Wild West”, as well as on the Western Heritage Award winning album of the same name and The Nashville Network Television special “The Music of the Wild West”. The group has provided music for an audio project “Secrets of the World — The Good People” featuring Irish master storyteller and folklorist Eddie Lenihan.

Colcannon’s appeal crosses lines of age, gender and ethnic background. For while the musical focus is on the beautiful wealth of traditional Irish music — all acoustic instrumentation, traditional as well as original tunes and songs, with some of the songs in Mick’s native Irish language — Colcannon’s true message is the story of the resilient and joyous human spirit.


Check out this video with a short introduction to Colcannon: