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Wednesday Oct 17, 2018

Thursday Oct 18, 2018
  • James A. Little Theatre (Santa Fe)
    Anda Union
  • Outpost Performance Space
    Idris Ackamoor and the Pyramids
  • IT Sings

    Courtesy of the artist

    Legend has it that Puddles began his journey into the land of kitsch with a chance encounter in an Atlanta bar in 1998. The bartender heard him sing after taking a show flyer and tracking him down at his gig at a flea market. The sad clown singing karaoke on a boombox blew him away and now that bartender and Puddles travel the world together. His career exploded in 2013 when he was featured on Postmodern Jukebox's cover of “Royals” by Lorde. The YouTube video instantly went viral and has over 22 million views to date. They call him the “sad clown with the golden voice.” But don't be frightened by the seven foot clown. He soulfully serenades you into the evening as Puddles Pity Party takes over the KiMo Theatre on Thursday, Oct. 18 with beautifully arranged covers of rock and pop classics. The show is from 8 to 10pm for an all-ages crowd. Puddles won't be so sad if you can cough up the asking price of $35 to $100 for a ticket. Don't let Puddles be sad.

     

    KiMo Theatre
    Puddles Pity Party
  • St. Francis Auditorium (Santa Fe)
    The Symphony Presents Latin Jazz Concert
Friday Oct 19, 2018
  • Dulcimers are Def!

    Courtesy of the artist

    It took a few minutes to suss this one out, but of course it's the sound of a mountain dulcimer, played deftly by dead Rolling Stones laddy-boy Brian Jones on the vaporously sardonic Rolling Stones' tune called “Lady Jane” that reminds one of the beauty of that instrument come to life.That ethereal jangle, popularized by musicians on both sides of the pond, is an essential part of folk music theory and methodology, helping define its overall timbre as well as the pictures the music paints with plucky instrumentation like banjos, resonator guitars and yes indeed, the dulcimer—both mountain and hammered varieties). The instrument is so important to the folk enclave that there's a festival centered on the wooden stringed thing right here in Burque, where the folk community has always been strong and vocal, by the way. The 9th annual N.M. Dulcimer Festival is happening on Friday, Oct. 19 and Saturday, Oct. 20. Besides the aforementioned dulcimer, there are also discourse, demonstrations and concerts featuring everything from the autoharp to the bowed psaltery. Artists from all around the region are on hand to demonstrate their craft, their sound, their art, for all to see and hear. It's all happening at the First Baptist Church from 8am to 9pm on both days and admission prices range from free to $15. Get thee down, citizens, get thee down!

    Albuquerque's First Baptist Church
    9th Annual New Mexico Dulcimer Festival
  • Elizabeth Waters Center for Dance
    In-nov-action
  • Tablao Flamenco Albuquerque at Hotel Albuquerque
    Tablao Flamenco Albuquerque
  • Keshet Center for the Arts
    [CORPOR]atus
Saturday Oct 20, 2018
Sunday Oct 21, 2018
Tuesday Oct 23, 2018
  • Something Evil's Lurking in the Dark

    Courtesy of Thrill the World

    Thrill the World is hitting Albuquerque! Come out to the learn the choreography and help break the world record for the world's largest simultaneous dance via the six-minute Michael Jackson smash hit at Tiguex Park on Tuesday, Oct. 23 from 6:30 to 7:30pm. The free Thriller Class requires a waiver to be filled out prior to the session, which can be found at the link below. The big event is on Oct. 27, but registration closes at midnight on Oct. 24, so make sure you register. This event is for all-ages, so look for Lina and Karen by the stage at the park and get ready to get zombie-fied for the record shattering event. Find the waiver at: sites.google.com/site/thrilltheworldalbuquerque/learn-the-dance/forms

    Tiguex Park
    Thrill the World Class
Wednesday Oct 24, 2018
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