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 Sept 4, 2020
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  • Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi (Santa Fe)
    Gustavo PimentelSpanish jazz, flamenco, classical
  • The Library Bar & Grill
    Brain Gang Trivia
  • Where People Aren’t

    A new installation by artist Nicola López, Haunted, opened  at the Albuquerque Museum, sort of. The large-scale exhibit of collaged, printed and hand-drawn elements that fills the main wall in the entryway to the museum ironically examines the Southwestern landscape haunted by the inescapable presence of humans. On display until at least May 2021, Haunted will hopefully greet visitors soon and assuredly will have a virtual component available on the museum’s website in the coming weeks. (Clarke Condé)

    Albuquerque Museum of Art and History
    Nicola López: Haunted
  • Burn, Baby, Burn

    It’s not a good time to gather together in large groups. It is, however, an excellent time to incinerate our woes and worries. This combination makes this year’s 96th Annual Burning of Zozobra in Santa Fe something of an essential ritual. The 2020 event, like so many, has gone virtual, with the burning of Old Man Gloom being telecast live on KOAT-7 on Sept. 4 starting at 7pm. But AMP Concerts is helping build the community spirit with a COVID-safe Zozobra Watch Party at HIPICO, Santa Fe’s premiere equestrian facility. Viewers are invited to see all the action go down on two large HD video screens, drive-in-style. Cuarenta y Cinco and Severo y Grupo Fuego perform live on stage before the burning. Tickets are $49, $66, $88 and $110 per carload (up to six people per car). Early bird arrival and setup starts at 4:30pm. All cars must be in by 6:50pm. You must purchase tickets in advance at (Devin D. O’Leary)

    HIPICO Santa Fe (Santa Fe)
    Zozobra Watch Party
  • Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union
    Kirtland Toastmasters
  • Spicy Meeting

    Even the ’rona can’t stop chile season! Clear some space out of your freezer and head down to Big Jim Farms in Los Ranchos to take part in the fourth annual Green Chile U-PICK. From 9am to 5pm every day through Oct. 31, families can enjoy great views and weather at this safe and socially distanced activity. Pick your own green chiles—organically grown on a nine-acre farm—and have them roasted on site. This year Big Jim has also planted other fruits and veggies for U-PICK at his farm, too. There will be an open-air farm market with pre-picked fruits and veggies for sale. Chile-lovers of all ages are invited to attend this free gathering. Chile pricing starts at $1.50 per pound. (Joshua Lee)

    Big Jim Farms
    Green Chile U-PICK