Sundays at Six concludes on August 28 with Funkalicious Rockin-Roots from Elder Grown. Check them out at https://eldergrownmusic.com/. Then head on over to Cole Park at 6:00 PM and enjoy some quality live music right here in Alamosa! The MOKI food truck will be on site selling some delicious and local dinner items. And please bring a non-perishable item for the food drive to benefit the Alamosa Food Pantry. Can’t make it to the park? Catch the show livestreaming on ALMA’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/almalivemusic or on ALMA’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/almaconcerts.
Funk meets Rock, Pop meets Hip Hop. Elder Grown combines the freedom of improvisational Jams with their Captivating, Original songs. From the First Song to the Fourth Hour, Elder Grown encourages you to break down your idea of genre and tempo with your hips and heartbeat. A personal Pandora station, Elder Grown rollercoasters listeners through seamless, rule-breaking sound. Switching instruments mid-song, you never know who is going to sing or play what next. Join Elder Grown and journey into the unrecognizable familiar.
New this summer: ALMA is partnering with RSVP (Retired & Senior Volunteer Program) of Alamosa County and the Food Bank Network of San Luis Valley by having a food drive at each Sundays at Six concert this summer, to benefit the Alamosa Food Pantry. All are invited to contribute a non-perishable item or two for this food drive. Look for the receptacles under the ALMA tent at each concert. Some ideas of much-needed items include: canned meat (tuna and chicken), peanut butter & other nut butters, low-sodium canned veggies & beans, healthy snacks (low-sugar granola bars, dried fruit, etc.), gluten free items, healthy canned or boxed meals (chili, etc.), shelf-stable milk and milk alternatives. Help us address food insecurity in Alamosa County!