Neighborhood Open Space Community Concert
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Join us in celebrating some of our urban Open Space properties during these free family-friendly events. Bring a chair or blanket, picnic dinner, and enjoy free entertainment, paletas, face painting, bosque traveling exhibit truck, rock climbing wall, hands-on nature activities, and incredible views of your public lands under the light of the setting sun.
Free! Make a reservation to get event updates and additional details.
Los Poblanos Fields Open Space (partially managed by the Rio Grande Community Farm) holds a special place in the history of Albuquerque. It occupies the original site of Los Poblanos, one of the earliest Spanish Colonial settlements in the Rio Grande Valley. It is, in fact, a living link in an agricultural heritage that extends over 1700 years, making it among the oldest parcels of continually farmed land in the United States. Years of hard work have transformed the neglected land into community gardens, wildlife habitat, and certified organic croplands. These provide educational experiences, community service projects, recreation and entertainment to a broad segment of our population while honoring our history and protecting the environment. This farm offers excellent year-round bird watching opportunities. Kestrels, hawks and songbirds frequent the farm, and hundreds of Sandhill Cranes and Canada Geese visit in the fall and winter.
- City of Albuquerque Open Space Division
- CABQ Parks & Recreation Department - Outdoor Rock Climbing Wall
- Rio Grande Community Farm
- Conservation Carnivale
- PopFizz Paletas
- Rock Your Body Face and Body Art
6:15 Conservation Carnivale performance
6:45 Concert by Mélange
Melange is a collaboration between singer, Britt Bambino, and producer, Mr. Biggs that pulls from funk and electronica with plenty of soul. The duo has lit up the local music scene with their unmatched rhythm and chemistry. Expect smooth guitar solos, stunning vocal riffs, and grooves that will inspire everyone to get up and move.
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