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Summertime Stroll

Enjoy this beautiful spring day in Historic Old Town with shopping, food trucks and live entertainment.


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May 21, 2016
12:00 PM - 05:00 PM


Historic Old Town
303 Romero St. NW
Albuquerque, NM 87104


Support local business in Historic Old Town during Summertime Stroll. Saturday May 21 enjoy this beautiful spring day with shopping, food trucks and live entertainment. Shop the great variety of stores in Historic Old Town and get everything from handmade jewelry and priceless art to souvenirs and delicious homemade salsa. Dance to live music on the Gazebo, grab a bite to eat from a food truck or one of the great Old Town restaurants. Bring the kids to climb the rock wall and much more at this free event.


Entertainment Schedule

La Rondalla

La Rondalla makes music from New Mexico, México and Latin America come alive via harp, guitar, guitarron, vihuela, jarana, violin, mandolin, manjo-uke (mandolin/banjo/ukelele) and voice!


RoundAbout brings a polished musical mix and showmanship that can only be fined-tuned by years of experience.  Six professional musicians collectively combining their talents to create the best variety band you will hear anywhere.

Lone Piñon

Lone Piñon is a dynamic acoustic trio whose music celebrates New Mexico's cultural roots.  Using violin, guitar, guitarrón, and harmony vocals in English, Spanish, and Nahuatl, the group has revived and updated the Chicano stringband style that flourished in New Mexico in our grandparents' day.  Clustered around a single microphone, they breathe explosive energy and devoted musicianship into Northern New Mexican polkas and chotes, virtuosic Mexican huapango and son calentano, and classic boleros.

Mariachi Nuevo Sonido

Mariachi Nuevo Sonido is a mariachi band that will liven up the party with its fun musical entertainment, featuring full instrumentation and giving you the full dedication of the traditional Mexican and New Mexican music. Mariachi Nuevo Sonido performs music ranging from Mexican to New Mexican popular and folk music.


For more information see the Summertime Stroll Webpage.

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