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August, 2010:

Traditional Folk Music With Modern Twists Coming To Alamosa

photo of MissincinattiTraditional sailors’ songs from the days of wind-powered ocean travel might be a surprise to hear in a mountain valley at 7500 feet elevation, but Missincinatti are a band that delights in providing the unexpected with their unique take on sea shanties and other old-time music. They are sure to stimulate interest during their concert this Sun., Sept. 5 at 7pm in Adams State College’s Leon Memorial Hall, on Richardson Ave. near 2nd St. in Alamosa, CO, presented by the Alamosa Live Music Association (ALMA). Tickets are $5 forstudents, $10 for ALMA members, and $12 for the general public. (more…)

Summer of Live Music in the SLV Still Going Strong

There’s plenty of great live music coming up in the San Luis Valley. The Alamosa Live Music Association (ALMA) is doing its best to help.

Blanca Fest is an all-day communal get together for hikers, families, and nature enthusiasts organized by the Colorado Mountain Club, Sat. Aug. 21 in Alamosa’s Cole Park. After a day of hiking, attendees can kick back and relax with an evening of entertainment including food and beverages provided by the San Luis Valley Brewing Co., live acoustic musical performances by singer/songwriters Emily Robinson and Alison Kitchen and master fiddler Matt Schildt presented by ALMA, and more between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. (more…)

Evaluate Sundays @ Six…

Now that our summer series is over, it’d be very helpful if you weighed in on how it went. We’ve created a questionnaire for you to fill in, and would love to hear what you have to say. Thanks for all your support throughout the summer!