Update: Tonight’s Community Celebration will go on as scheduled! We hope to see you there.
Co-presented with St. John’s College’s Music on the Hill™
Place: St. John’s College, 1160 Camino Cruz Blanca (athletic field next to tennis courts)
Time: 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Free and open to the public.
Welcome the 2015 Market Artists at the Artist Procession, enjoy a FREE concert, and hands-on children’s activities. Two caterers: Walter Burke Catering and A’viands will be providing food for purchase and bringing a picnic is also encouraged. Be the first to shop merchandise from our Market Ambiance Sales booth—where you can take a piece of the Market home!
Enjoy music from Agalu – Spirit of African Drums, food from Walter Burke Catering and A’viands, and hands-on art making activities for children.
2015 Market Artist Procession
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
World-renowned Garifuna musician, Aurelio Martinez, from Honduras will perform with his five-piece band. Aurelio’s music explores his roots in both paranda and traditional rhythms. His richly resonant voice and soulful acoustics will make for a beautiful evening of music and dance. Special thanks to ¡Globalquerque! for their assistance in getting us this world-class band!
Due to a travel delay, the South African ensemble Dizu Plaatjies and Ibuyambo will not be performing at the Community Celebration.
Event attendees are advised to Park-and-Walk from nearby parking lots (Immaculate Heart of Mary Retreat and Conference Center, Rio Grande School, and Atalaya Elementary School) or take free shuttles from Museum Hill lots. Free shuttles from Museum Hill will run every 15 minutes from 4:30–8:30 pm between Museum Hill and the St. John’s College Athletic Field. Please see parking attendants at the corner of Old Santa Fe Trail and Camino Lejo for open lots and shuttle pick-up locations.
A drop-off only location near the entrance to the athletic field on Camino de Cruz Blanca has been designated. There is no Music on the Hill™ parking on Camino de Cruz Blanca, Camino San Acacio, Calle Rumolo, Camino Cabra, or Camino Picacho.
Special thanks to our generous Community Celebration sponsors: