Sundays at Six

About Sundays at Six

One of the mainstays of the Alamosa Live Music Association is its free summer concert series, known locally as Sundays at Six. Sundays at Six started a number of years back and has grown into a hallmark of the San Luis Valley summertime season. During the most beautiful months in our fair valley the community is exposed to all kinds of music, performed by everyone from the neighbor down the street to nationally recognized touring musicians.


Battle of the Bands – June 2, 2023 – see below for details!

Come out to Cole Park for an epic Battle of the Bands presented by the Alamosa Live Music Association on Friday, June 2, 5-8pm at Summerfest on the Rio in Alamosa! Five artists will compete: IN TOTO, Steve Hield, G-Stylez, Lucky Overton Trio, and Absolution. These local and regional performers offer a fantastic variety of sounds including rock, folk, hip hop, blues, and metal. Your vote will help decide the winner, who will perform at the first Sundays at Six concert of the season in Cole Park on June 25th. We hope to see you there!

Announcing the Sundays at Six 2023 Lineup in Cole Park!

June 2 – Battle of the Bands

June 25 – Battle of the Bands winner (TBD)

July 9 – Alysia Kraft (Folk & Indie Pop/Rock)

July 16 – Innastate (Reggae/Rock)

July 23 – Blue Canyon Boys (Bluegrass)

July 30 – Uz Band (Spanish/Rock)

August 13 – Hand Turkey (Funk/Soul)

August 20 – The Rifters (Americana)

August 27 – SLV Big Band (Big Band & Jazz)

Sundays at Six 2023 is generously sponsored by: Alamosa Building Supply, Alamosa Home, Alamosa State Bank, City of Alamosa, Colorado Creative Industries, Colorado Trust, Comfort Inn & Suites of Alamosa, Community Banks of Colorado, Crestone Eagle, First Southwest Bank, Husmann Plumbing Inc., Kenneth King Foundation, KRZA, Laura Jane Musser Foundation, RG Bank, Robert Hoag Rawlings Foundation, SLV Federal Bank, SLV Health, SLV REC/Ciello, Sports Print Plus, Steffens Quality Plumbing & Heating, Valley Wide Health Systems, Visit Alamosa, Wall, Smith, Bateman, Walmart, Xcel Energy Foundation

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