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June 20, 2014
The City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe Community College

to Provide Live Streaming of Santa Fe Bandstand

The City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe Community College and Hutton Broadcasting are partnering again to provide live streaming of select Santa Fe Bandstand performances. Santa Fe Bandstand is a free summer concert series held on the Santa Fe Plaza, which runs from June 23 to August 28. The streams will be available online at; and live on Santa Fe Community Television Channel 16.

This year’s series includes a broadcast from the San Isidro Plaza (3466 Zafarano Drive, Santa Fe, NM, 87507), part of the expanded Bandstand Southside series.

The streams are made available through collaboration between the Santa Fe Bandstand, the City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe Community College SFCTV 16 and Hutton Broadcasting.

All performances will air between approximately 6-9 p.m.

The slated streaming dates are:

June 23 – Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience (7:15 p.m.)/The Mil-Tones Brass Band (6 p.m.)

July 2 – The Wise Guys (7:15 p.m.)/White Buffalo (6 p.m.)

July 9 – Joe King Carrasco (7:15 p.m.)/Santa Fe Opera Apprentices (6 p.m.)

July 18 – Lumbre del Sol (7:15 p.m.)/Sol Fire (6 p.m.)

July 26 (Southside) – Manzanares, with Max and the Maxpack (8:15 p.m.)/ Busy & the Crazy 88 (7 p.m.)

July 30 – Radio La Chusma (7:15 p.m.)/Mariachi Nuevo Sonido (6 p.m.)

August 6 – The Derailers (7:15 p.m.)/ Bill Hearne (6 p.m.)

August 13 – Round Mountain (7:15 p.m.)/Mala Mañana (6 p.m.)

August 28 – Joe West and Friends (6-8:30 p.m.)

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