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Upcoming Shows



ALMA Needs YOU! Telethon Feb 20

ALMA welcomes a Blue Sky acoustic duo and special guests for a unique membership drive telethon concert on Saturday, February 20, 2021 at 6:00 PM, to be livestreamed from ALMA’s Facebook page (, website (, and YouTube channel ( Blue Sky formed about twenty years ago and are still going strong. Bob Phillips and Bill Linam are the guitarists in the group and have been doing duo shows for the last year, performing both originals and cover tunes. They are honored to perform for ALMA for this fundraiser event. This “ALMA Needs You!” telethon concert is free and open to the public via livestream.

Virtual Holiday Sing-Along Dec 20!

The Alamosa Live Music Association and La Puente invite the community to sing along to traditional holiday carols and other holiday songs, lead by local musician, Don Richmond. This Sing-Along will be livestreamed at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, Dec 20, from ALMA’s Facebook page: Open and free to all!

Download the ALMA Sing-Along Songbook!

In addition to tuning in on Dec 20, there are two ways folks can get involved with the Sing-Along. First, download the Sing-Along poster from (see above), color it in, take a photo of it, and email it to, for a chance to win a prize on Dec 20. Deadline to submit your colored poster is Dec 16. Second, email ALMA a 30-second video of you or your family singing a verse from your favorite carol to be included in a holiday medley on the Dec 20 livestream. Send your video clip to by Dec 11.

Sundays at Six: Indian Nickel Nov 1

ALMA & Viaero Wireless welcome Indian Nickel for a special Sundays at Six fall performance on Sunday, November 1, 2020 at 6:00 PM, to be livestreamed from ALMA’s Facebook page: This Sundays at Six concert is free and open to the public via livestream. Local favorite, Indian Nickel, will be bringing you old rock & roll and Spanish music as they continue to celebrate more than 50 years of making music together. The variety of music from Indian Nickel has long entertained the people of the San Luis Valley and beyond. With their “Get Up and Dance” cumbias, country, old rock & roll, and oldies, it is no wonder this band is the “Hardest Working Band” in the valley.