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July 8, 2013
The City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe Community College and Hutton Broadcasting

Partner to Provide Live Streaming of Santa Fe Bandstand

The City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe Community College and Hutton Broadcasting partner to provide live streaming of Santa Fe Bandstand. Santa Fe Bandstand is a free summer concert series held on the Santa Fe Plaza. The streams will be available online at www.santafebandstand.org; www.santafe.com/bandstand and live on Santa Fe Community Television Channel 16.

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:

July 8 – James “Slim” Hand (7:15 p.m.)/Simon Balkey & the Honky Tonk Crew (6 p.m.)

July 13 – Wagogo (7:15 p.m.)/Suzanne Teng (6 p.m.)

July 18 – Free Range Ramblers (7:15 p.m)/Greg Daigle (6 p.m.)

July 24 – Manzanares (7:15 p.m)/Baile Espanol (6 p.m.)

July 31 – Lumbre del Sol (7:15p)/Mariachi Buenaventura (6 p.m.

August 7 – Max Gomez (7:15 p.m)/Tiho Dimitrov (6 p.m.)

(Tentative) August 9 – The Derailers (7:15p)/Paula Rhae McDonald (6 p.m.)

(Tentative) August 13 – DJ P.A. TRIX (7:15 p.m)/Nosotros (6 p.m.)

August 14 – Robert Mirabal (7:15 p.m)/Indigie Femme (6 p.m.)

August 20 – Jimmy Stadler (7:15 p.m)/Broomdust Caravan (6 p.m.)

August 23 – Jono Manson (7:15 p.m)/Boris McCutcheon (6 p.m.)

 

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