Due to the March 23, 2020 NM DOH Public Health Order, These Event Listings Are Not Accurate!
All non-essential businesses are closed, public gatherings are prohibited!
(One day some of these events will be rescheduled or will resume, but they are not happening now!)
Friday July 3, 2020
  • Seton Castle on Academy Campus
  • Flyer
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  • Aria Grande

    Like a great many arts organizations, the Santa Fe Opera has been forced to cancel its 2020 season because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, SFO is celebrating what would have been the opening nights of the summer festival season with a new digital performance series titled Songs From the Santa Fe Opera. Susan Graham, acclaimed mezzo-soprano and Santa Fe Opera audience favorite, hosts the Opening Night of the season with a celebration of Rossini’s The Barber of Seville from the stage of the Santa Fe Opera. Watch the broadcast on Santa Fe Opera’s Facebook page, Santa Fe Opera’s YouTube page or the Santa Fe Opera website on July 3 at 7pm. (Devin D. O’Leary)

    Songs from the Santa Fe Opera
  • Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi (Santa Fe)
    Gustavo PimentelSpanish jazz, flamenco, classical
  • The Library Bar & Grill
    Brain Gang Trivia
  • Academy for the Love of Learning (Santa Fe)
    More Beautiful and Amazing: Art Inspired by Ernest Thompson Seton
  • Kicked to the Curb

    Artwalk is back Friday, July 3 beginning at 5pm with a socially distant, mask-wearing version of the popular walk-around art event in Downtown Albuquerque. Curbside art markets and several openings are happening at over a dozen locations. It may not be quite normal, honestly—but when has a Friday night in Downtown Albuquerque ever really been described as normal? For more information, including a listing of all events related to this free, all-ages event, see Downtown Albuquerque, 5 to 10pm. (Clarke Condé)

    Downtown Albuquerque
  • Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union
    Kirtland Toastmasters
  • Wanted: Your Best Photographs

    Shutterbugs gather up your best pieces and pick some to submit for hanging in the new Bernalillo County headquarters when the gov-peeps move to Alvarado Square, happening now until Monday, August 31. The selected photographs will be printed in a large scale and format. They will be used to create a welcoming environment for county customers, county employees and the general public. Some will be used on the windows of the new Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office suite. The photographs should represent the history and character of Bernalillo County and its people, places, landscapes and unique events in our county. There are some big bucks involved as chosen photographers will receive $1,500, with a limit of one photograph per artist. The chosen photos will become part of the public art program’s permanent collection. There is no fee or age limit required to submit. For more information, visit Ends August 31. (Carolyn Carlson)

    Wanted: Your Best Photographs
  • Engine House Theater (Madrid)
    Open Submissions: Madrid Film Festival
  • Keshet Center for the Arts
    Hear Here Festival
  • Edgy

    City on the Edge is a breezy, smart podcast looking at the stories from Albuquerque history that have often been overlooked. Each episode takes a deep dive into a topic like the 1955 crash of TWA flight 260, Sandia Man or the 1918 quarantine. Worthwhile listening that will spur your curiosity about things you didn’t even know about in the city where you live. It’s free and available wherever you get your podcasts. (Clarke Condé)

    City on the Edge
  • Dance Space Santa Fe (Santa Fe)
    MoveWest Center for Movement Exploration
  • Spicy Online

    Looking for a little chile? The 2020 Bosque Chile Festival, a celebration of food, art, and culture on the Rio Grande, is happening Saturday, August 15 and Sunday, August 16, with times waiting to be officially announced. But due to COVID-19 and the State of New Mexico public health order, the festival will be presented virtually! There will still be entertainment, art activities, a virtual artisan market, chile-chef demonstrations, educational workshops and more. This free, all-ages event is meant to give those stuck at home a chance to see what the state has to offer. If you are a high-quality chile-inspired and authentic New Mexican business with an e-commerce website and want to be a vendor, there is still time. Applications are being accepted until Wednesday, August 5. For more information email

    2020 Bosque Chile Festival