Later that evening, after you have gotten a taste for the New Mexico State Fair, including awesome tuneage, a glittering midway, fry bread galore and a rodeo that will scare the bejezus outta you when you realize those are real bulls bucking to the finest in Country-Western music, set your controls for Downtown and rocket on down to Launchpad (618 Central Ave. SW) for a evening of post-Labor Day frivolity that includes a damn fine Sublime tribute show. That’s right, plenty of Burqueños still like to jam to the sounds of the ska-inflected, punked out jam band from Long Beach in Califas. Sublime, in case you are out of the loop, Herr Millennial, is a rock outfit whose main man, Bradley Nowell, died 22 years ago. That’s okay because multi-genre local luminaries Pherkad and Denver’s pychedelic beach goths Whole Milk will do just fine revisioning epic works such as “Santeria” and “Wrong Way.” Check it out homies, it’s like 40 ounces to freedom! 9pm • $5 • 21+.