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Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 day of show (including all service charges). They are also available through Hold My Ticket (112 2nd St SW), 505-886-1251, Monday to Friday 9 AM - 6 PM, Sat & Sun 11 AM - 6 PM. RAIN OR SHINE
Since RAIN OR SHINE is looking very much like rain, we are moving this show inside. We are happy that Taos Mesa has an indoor space that can allow us to do that! So come join us tonight for a great show inside and out of the rain!
Camping available at Hotel Luna Mystica! A brand new vintage trailer hotel and campsite has opened adjacent to Taos Mesa Brewing, 13 minutes from Kit Carson Park. Catch both days of music! $20 for 2 nights of camping, $40 for RV's. Luna Mystica features 8 classic campers available for nightly rental, tent camping and dry RV spots.
The Wallflowers [website | Amazon.com] have been creating solid rock music since the band's formation in 1989. Led by Los Angeles native Jakob Dylan, the band has released five studio albums to date, including 1996's critically and commercially successful Bringing Down the Horse. The album peaked at the Number Four spot on the Billboard 200 and won two Grammys on the strength of hit singles "One Headlight," "Sixth Avenue Heartache," "Three Marlenas," and "The Difference."
In the following years, the band released four more critically-acclaimed albums—(Breach), Red Letter Days, Rebel, Sweetheart and Glad All Over—and Dylan launched his own solo career with Seeing Things and Women + Country.
Three years ago, Super Doppler bought a used van, booked over 150 shows in nine months, and embarked on their first-ever national tour. There were no labels or booking agents or tour managers at the time, just a bunch of twenty-somethings with an independent streak and a shared love of making music. It wasn't glamorous—it still isn't—but they all agreed it beat the hell out of working a day job. Known originally as Major & the Monbacks, this group of former high school classmates pushed their original van to its limits and beyond with their relentless tour schedule, developing a rapport with the tow truck drivers of the greater Norfolk area as they burned through three different engines and blossomed from local favorites into one of the most promising young rock bands working today. They've got a new van now, and, more importantly, they've got a new album to go with it, one that fully delivers on their promise and then some. Produced by fellow Virginia wunderkind Matthew E. White, Moonlight Anthems is a raucous blend of soul, roots, and rock that tips its cap equally to Levon and Lennon.
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