Starting May 27 with renowned indie rockers Surfer Blood, The Levitt AMP Santa Fe Music Series bring momentum to the revitalization efforts put into motion by the existing AMP Concerts series at The Santa Fe Railyard—a centrally-located community gathering space built in the midst of the city’s historic Santa Fe Railyard—positioning the iconic outdoor space’s existing concert series to reach its potential by elevating the mix of talent presented, connecting the city’s diverse communities and increasing civic pride. See the full lineup, including The Meat Puppets, Los Hacheros, The Iguanas and more.
The second annual student-produced Oasis Festival will feature renowned indie rockers Surfer Blood, who thrillingly combine elements of punk, pop and surf rock.
The Meat Puppets
Experience the eclectic fusion of rock and punk helped to fuel the underground indie scene at SST Records in the 1980s.
El Ten Eleven
Groove-oriented Los Angeles post-rockers El Ten Eleven will perform as part of the Santa Fe Currents New Media Festival’s opening weekend.
Formed by descendants of the Neville Brothers, this New Orleans jam funk ensemble has made a name for itself as one of the best bands to come out of the Crescent City.
This breathtaking Ukrainian folk ensemble plays unusual instruments from several continents and has stolen the show at major festivals including Bonnaroo and Glastonbury.
Mariachi Flor de Toloache
The GRAMMY-nominated all-female mariachi band mesmerizes audiences with their fresh take on the centuries-old Mexican musical tradition.
The Ian Moore Band
This indie blues rocker with Santa Fe roots has toured the world with the Rolling Stones and ZZ Top, and helped pave the way for notable artists like Ryan Adams.
This beloved Brooklyn-based five-piece is a modern-day torchbearer of the golden age of Latin music.
The Gluey Brothers
This outlandish alternative band with Santa Fe ties counts magicians Penn and Teller and actor Val Kilmer among their biggest fans.
This dynamic New Orleans-based collective incorporates blues, jazz and Latin rhythms and has performed with the likes of Emmylou Harris and Allen Toussaint.
Santa Fe Salutes David Bowie
This timely tribute will bring together a wide range of the city’s best creative talents to honor the legacy of the late, great, David Bowie.