On the 29th of November, Rio Bravo Brewery along with 104.1 The Edge and a select group of individuals who won tickets to the event, enjoyed an exclusive acoustic show with Blue October’s lead singer Justin Furstenfeld and violinist Ryan Delahoussaye. The intimate, emotional, and at times personal show may have lasted all night if the band had it’s way. Furstenfeld wanted to stay, play and talk. The band stayed for a personal farewell and meet and greet after their set for all their fans.[Read more…]
A great bass heavy show arrived at The Historic El Rey Theater on the 29th of November. Riot Ten’s Hype or Die tour was one for the books. Featuring Blunts & Blondes as direct open, everyone enjoyed every moment! Here are the captures from that night![Read more…]
Did you miss Friendsgiving 2.0? We tossed out that turkey and gravy and got all New Mexican with fresh Tamales, beats, drinks and of course friends! Friendsgiving 2.0 was on Wednesday, Nov. 23rd at Q Bar inside Hotel Albuquerque. Enjoy the full photo gallery and video below!
The 14th annual Halloween costume contest at the Library Bar and Grill went down on Saturday, October 27th. People came dressed in their best costume to compete for a chance to win some amazing prizes including a big screen TV, vacation packages to Mexico, Las Vegas, and lots more!!! DJ Unseen was in the house dropping the beats and keeping people dancing all night long.
The new hot spot Blue Agave Republic stepped it up for their 2018 Halloween party showcasing their Agave Horror Show that featured spooky drink specials, DJs and a big costume contest with a prize of $300!
Last Saturday on October 27th 2018, Effex Nightclub opened it’s doors for an epic Halloween party appropriately dubbed ‘Icons and Idols’. The party never stops in downtown Albuquerque. Stay tuned for more images from this year’s Halloween parties. Be sure to stop by Effex Nightclub on Wednesday Oct. 31st for their Halloween Club Takeover, with multiple Djs providing another night of festivities at the popular downtown club.
Recently, Albuquerque celebrated Japanese tradition and the welcoming of autumn with its annual Aki Matsuri festival on Sunday, September 23rd at Veteran’s Memorial Park. The event was hosted by New Mexico Japanese American Citizens League (NMJACL) and provided plenty of vendors showcasing custom crafts, delicious food trucks, and plenty of entertainment, from traditional folk dances to a ramen eating contest.
On Saturday, August 25th, downtown Albuquerque was transformed into a festival for an evening dedicated to the music and arts. This annual event featured multiple local and national acts, musical performances, crafts, and artwork. Enjoy the photo galleries of the highlights from SOMOS!