Fifth Annual Officially Unofficial Guide to Santa Fe Indigenous Art Market Week

LAST UPDATED: 08/17/22

It’s that time of year again…SANTA FE INDIGENOUS ART MARKET WEEK!

This year marks SWAIA’s 100th year of market and there are sooooo many events!

my man & baby girl at market a few years ago, still funny
  1. Uber and Lyft are both available in Santa Fe but availability is VERY LIMITED.
  2. Cell service is not always the best around downtown so no it’s not your phone, it’s Santa Fe.
  3. Elevation – Santa Fe is at 7000 ft elevation. High elevation has a few side effects you should be aware of – thinner air means you may be more tired due to less oxygen; it also means you are more likely to get dehydrated so drink lots of water (the Institute for Altitude Medicine recommends an extra 1 to 1.5 liters/day). Also, thinner air means the sun is intense, so plan accordingly.
  4. Nightlife – there is none. This town pretty much goes to sleep with the sun. There are a few places to go, but don’t be surprised if they are mostly empty.
  5. There are multiple art markets this year:
    1. Sovereign Santa Fe, Aug 19-21
    2. Native Guitar Tours Festival Aug 19-20
    3. Wheelwright Museum Artist’s Market, Aug 19-20
    4. Pathways @ Buffalo Thunder Casino, Aug 19-21
    5. Free Indian Market, Aug 20-21
    6. IAIA Recent Graduate Art Market, Aug 20-21
    7. Santa Fe Indian Market, Aug 21-22 Useful links:
  6. SWAIA Booth Guide & Map (plan your path through market)
    1. Link to Booth Guide (artist directory)
    2. Link to Map

Other stuff to check out…

  1. Saya’s Frybread!!!! Get some delicious locally, Native-made food from some awesome people. Located on the corner of Don Diego Ave and Cerillos, open for lunch, closed on Sundays & Mondays.
  2. If you’re looking for a dispensary, check out Oso Cannabis Company located right next to Saya’s Frybread, the Santa Fe location is Native-run.
  3. Museum of Contemporary Native Art (MoCNA) is free for Natives – current exhibits include Matrilineal: Legacies of Our Mothers and The Art of Indigenous Fashion (opening Friday evening @ 5pm).
  4. SITE Santa Fe art museum @ the railyard. Current exhibitions include Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric and Nani Chacon: SPECTRUM.
  5. If you’re going to the Poeh Cultural Center or Buffalo Thunder Resort Casino, note that they are both about a 20 minute drive out of town.
  6. Farmers’ Market Saturday mornings at the Railyard Park, 7am-1pm. Really good people watching 😉

Events
I’ve compiled a list of events that I am aware of with links to more info (will add more as info becomes available)

Monday, August 15

  1. Santa Fe Plaza Concert Series’ Indigenous Showcase: Live music is back in Santa Fe, and the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) is sponsoring a show for the Santa Fe Plaza Concert Series, the Indigenous Showcase, which will feature local Indigenous musicians Joe Tohonnie Jr. and the White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers, Lyla June, and Ailani. This free show will take place at the Santa Fe Plaza, located in the heart of downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. 6-8pm

Wednesday, August 17

  1. IAIA “Making History” Scholarship Event: Join us at La Fonda on the Plaza as the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) celebrates its sixtieth anniversary and the IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) celebrates its fiftieth year. Our largest fundraiser, this annual event provides essential scholarship support for our talented students across all disciplines from studio arts and creative writing to cinematography, performing arts, and museum studies. Celebrate with IAIA’s passionate family of supporters, faculty, and other friends—as well as celebrity guests, Indigenous artists, and community leaders—as we mark this historic milestone and begin the next stage in our journey. 6-9pm

Thursday, August 18

  1. Native Cinema Showcase Santa Fe: The National Museum of the American Indian’s Native Cinema Showcase is an annual celebration of the best in Native film. Communities across the globe are increasingly looking to the past to move forward. By embracing oral histories, knowledge, and ancestral lands, Indigenous peoples are creating films to better understand the past and imagine a new way of thinking for the future. The showcase provides a unique forum for engagement with Native filmmakers from Indigenous communities throughout the Western Hemisphere and Arctic. See schedule for times.
  2. Currents in Indigenous Art: Native Writers Discuss Native Art: Roundtable discussion about where Indigenous art is moving today. A diverse group of Native American editors and writers share their insights into new institutions, renovations, efforts to increase diversity and inclusion, fashion, media, revivals of Indigenous art forms, expanded awards and grants, Native identity fraud, artists’ pandemic strategies, and much more. Outdoors. Free and open to the public. 10:30am-12pm
  3. Cara Romero Photography Gallery & Studio Grand Opening: Please join me for the grand opening of my gallery and studio next Thursday from 4-8 pm! 333 Montezuma #5, downtown Santa Fe. New NDN Market works and sneak previews. Catering by Cleo’s Blue Corn Kitchen and music by Native Guitar Tours. 4-8pm
  4. Indian Market Celebration @ Hecho Gallery: Join us for a preview of new works by Robin Waynee and a celebration of Daniel McCoy’s solo exhibition, Lucid Landscapes for the Southwestern Dreamer. Live music from DJ Garronteed. 5-7pm
  5. Self-Determined: A Contemporary Survey of Native and Indigenous Artists Reception: is a group exhibition featuring thirteen artists creating profound work in various media including film, installation, photography, sound, beadwork, and studio arts. Self-Determined centers the artist and their practice, the social and political issues important to them, their relationships to community, their mode of expression, and the ways in which they identify. 5-7pm
  6. Performance by Sarah Ortegon @ SITE Santa Fe: Renowned jingle dress dancer Sarah Ortegon, who is featured in Jeffrey Gibson: The Body Electric, will perform at SITE Santa Fe for Indian Market weekend. Free admission, no advanced registration required. 5:30pm
  7. Giving Growth: The Ralph T. Coe Center for the Arts has partnered with artists Eliza Naranjo Morse and Jamison Chās Banks on the collaborative, community-driven project Giving Growth. This project is centered on not only the need to find a place for healing and hope, but also a home for our collective desire to (re)build relationships, honor our elders and future elders, and share beauty. Giving Growth, as a community art project, is dedicated to elevating and nurturing underrepresented voices, intergenerational sharing and creating, and honoring our sense of place and potential for healthy and sustainable growth in mid-town Santa Fe. Giving Growth is based on the idea of the planting, growing, harvesting, and disseminating of seeds and relationships. 5:30-7:30 pm

Friday, August 19

  1. Native Cinema Showcase Santa Fe: The National Museum of the American Indian’s Native Cinema Showcase is an annual celebration of the best in Native film. Communities across the globe are increasingly looking to the past to move forward. By embracing oral histories, knowledge, and ancestral lands, Indigenous peoples are creating films to better understand the past and imagine a new way of thinking for the future. The showcase provides a unique forum for engagement with Native filmmakers from Indigenous communities throughout the Western Hemisphere and Arctic. See schedule for times.
  2. Wheelwright Museum Case Trading Post Artist’s Market: featuring established and emerging artists. 8am-3pm
  3. Pathways Native Arts Festival: spend the day talking to artists and shopping for original jewelry, pottery, textiles and other arts by Native artists from across the United States. Come eat at one of the local Native food vendors with fresh flavors and traditional recipes. 9am-5pm
  4. Sovereign Santa Fe: contemporary Native American Arts exhibition, guest curated by Tony Abeyta showcasing cutting edge indigenous creativity. Sovereign’s mission is to create a platform to highlight ‘NewSchool’ Native American Arts and its elusive relationship between traditional and contemporary. Established to give vibrant Native American artists an on-trend platform to showcase and share their accomplished works and talents. 10am-7pm
  5. SWAIA Best of Show Preview:  An exclusive, SWAIA members-only event awarding the year’s top artists in all ten juried market categories. The event begins with an awards ceremony for Best of Classifications and the year’s overall Best of Show winner. Followed by a luncheon in the courtyard, the event is limited to Best of Show and Best of Classification winners, their guests and SWAIA ticket holders. 11am-2pm
  6. All My Relations x Project 562 x Urban Native Era Live Podcast & Reception: Join Urban Native Era, All My Relations Podcast and Project 562 at form & concept for a special, Live Podcast recording during Indian Art Market on Friday, August 19th. This event kicks off on Friday, August 19th, at 2:30pm with live podcast recording ($50) hosted by the All My Relations Podcast team. Co-hosts Matika Wilbur (Swinomish & Tulalip) and Adrienne Keene (Cherokee Nation) will be discussing “rematriation” with special guest Marquel Musgrave (Nanbé Owingeh)Joey Montoya (Lipan Apache) CEO of Urban Native Era. Live music will be provided by Laura Ortman (White Mountain Apache). Immediately following the live podcast event at 4pm, Adrienne will host a book signing of her newest book ‘Notable Native People’, a beautifully illustrated collection which celebrates the lives, stories, and contributions of Indigenous artists, activists, scientists, athletes, and other changemakers.  During this time, Joey Montoya (Lipan Apache) will be providing and signing limited edition ‘You Are On Native Land’ archival art prints from Urban Native Era. Live podcast attendees are also invited to stay for our ‘Santa Fancy Soiree’  to follow from 4 – 6p with Bow & Arrow beer and specialty UNE cocktails. We are thinking of this as a fun and fabulous mixer to catch up and share laughs and fun with our community. We can’t wait to hang with ya’ll. 2:30-6pm
  7. Art of Indigenous Fashion Opening: The Art of Indigenous Fashion offers insights into the approaches and perspectives of Indigenous designers beyond the visual and material qualities of their work. Indigenous designers have been fashioning clothing and personal adornment for millennia and can be considered the original haute couture artists of the Americas. Historically, Indigenous garments are one-of-a-kind and custom made. 5-7pm
  8. Orlando Allison: Lomaqatsi @ KEEP Contemporary: Lomaqatsi: Accessible construct of Hopi Puebloan archetypes unique to the Southwest, who, embody eternal concepts of humanity presented on the panel. Orlando Allison is a self-taught visual Hopi artist with his works predominantly in acrylic gouache medium on birchwood panel. He defines his paintings as “Precision Art” through careful application of machine-like but manual methods visually resulting in a technical display of color, graphic design, collage-like design, and archetypes. 5-8pm
  9. Sko Vote Den: Sko Vote Den is NDN Collective’s civic engagement advocacy arm that aims to get 18+ folks interested in learning more about why it is important to have your voice heard at the ballot box, the importance of voter protection through poll watching and working, and overall, to provide education about you can get involved in local land, climate, education and racial equity struggles in their local spaces. Come visit our campaign team for some free NDN Collective and Sko Vote Den swag and while you’re there, pick up some literature about our most pressing issues in Indian Country. 6-8pm
  10. Boogie Gallerie x DrB Collections Art Reception: entirely dedicated to exclusive, cutting-edge Native art from critically-acclaimed artist Randy Boogie and selected collaborators including No End of Designs and Rezball Affiliate focusing on neo-contemporary art, presenting exhibitions and master pieces that are teamed with DrB Collections accessory line that is rooted in social entrepreneurial practices that aims to positively impact indigenous communities. 6-9pm
  11. New Native Fashion: Empower! Brought to you by Sky-Eagle Collection & Sovereign Santa Fe: Sky-Eagle Collection “Empower: New Native Fashion” Runway Fashion Show by the Sky-Eagle Collection Fashion House. New Native Fashion! A presentation of new designs by Osage Fashion Designer Dante Biss-Grayson. 6-10pm
  12. Broken Boxes Podcast Underground Evening of Music, Poetry and Noise: Werewulf Micah, Weedrat, Black Belt Eagle Scout, Raven Chacon, Laura Ortman, Demian DinéYazhí, The Wake Singers. 7pm
  13. Gary Farmer & the Troublemakers: live music @ Cowgirl, 8-11pm
  14. Native Guitars Tour x Pathways @ Buffalo Thunder: Music Lineup, Vendors, Fashion Designers, and Fashion Models. 8pm-2am
  15. Indian Market Reggae 2022 @ Boxcar: Santa Fe gets to enjoy one of the most winning combinations for Indian Market when Brotherhood Sound & Don Martin meet DJ Garronteed @ Boxcar to bring you Indian Market Reggae 2022 !!! The selectas will buss the best new & classic reggae jams from 10pm until close. Cover. Meet your friends on our custom dance floor under club lights and shake your booty to 25,000 watts of booming sound. Full menu til 12:30am and drinks just shy of 1am. 10pm-1am

Saturday, August 20

  1. Native Cinema Showcase Santa Fe: The National Museum of the American Indian’s Native Cinema Showcase is an annual celebration of the best in Native film. Communities across the globe are increasingly looking to the past to move forward. By embracing oral histories, knowledge, and ancestral lands, Indigenous peoples are creating films to better understand the past and imagine a new way of thinking for the future. The showcase provides a unique forum for engagement with Native filmmakers from Indigenous communities throughout the Western Hemisphere and Arctic. See schedule for times.
  2. IAIA Recent Graduate Art Market @ MoCNA: Join MoCNA for the annual IAIA Student and Recent Graduate Art Market, held August 20–21 alongside the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) Indian Market, under the museum’s portal, from 8 am–5 pm (MDT) daily. Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) students and recent graduates will be showing work in this year’s Art Market, and proceeds from booth fees will go to the IAIA Museum Club. 8am-5pm
  3. Wheelwright Museum Case Trading Post Artist’s Market: featuring established and emerging artists. 9am-3pm
  4. SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market: the original market, located downtown, near and on the plaza. Check out the plaza stage for various performances all weekend long. Also get a guide when you arrive to locate your favorite artists and plan your route. 8am-5pm
  5. Santa Fe’s Free Indian Market Show @ the Federal Park: Featuring Native American Elders, Master Artists and their families. Top-Award Winners, Lifetime Achievement Award Winners and Living Treasures. 9am-6pm
  6. Pathways Native Arts Festival: spend the day talking to artists and shopping for original jewelry, pottery, textiles and other arts by Native artists from across the United States. Come eat at one of the local Native food vendors with fresh flavors and traditional recipes. 9am-5pm
  7. OXDX Santa Fe Pop-Up Shop: OXDX will have a two day pop up in Santa Fe, NM during the annual Santa Fe Indian Market. A huge shout out to our collaborators Farahnheight Fine Art Gallery for hosting us this year ✊🏾! Farahnheight is steps away from the plaza on San Fransisco St and Lincoln Ave and located on the second floor. We have a few surprises in the works! We’re really hyped to see you all there. 10am-4pm
  8. Sovereign Santa Fe: contemporary Native American Arts exhibition, guest curated by Tony Abeyta showcasing cutting edge indigenous creativity. Sovereign’s mission is to create a platform to highlight ‘NewSchool’ Native American Arts and its elusive relationship between traditional and contemporary. Established to give vibrant Native American artists an on-trend platform to showcase and share their accomplished works and talents. 10am-7pm
  9. Making History Premiere and Panel Discussion @ MoCNA: Join the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) and IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts (MoCNA) for the premiere of Making History on Saturday, August 20, from 11 am–12 pm (MDT). As we celebrate IAIA’s sixtieth and MoCNA’s fiftieth anniversary in 2022, Making History explores IAIA and MoCNA through the eyes of ten IAIA alumni who have made meaningful contributions to their communities and the world at large. After the screening there will be a discussion with Reel Indian Pictures filmmakers Ramona Emerson (Diné) and Kelly Byars (Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma). 11am-12pm
  10. Underground Arts & Apothecary: Native women & queer-run day market. Exclusive designs, art, and items. 11am-4pm
  11. Boogie Gallerie x DrB Collections Dr. Beatz N’ Brunch: entirely dedicated to exclusive, cutting-edge Native art from critically-acclaimed artist Randy Boogie and selected collaborators including No End of Designs and Rezball Affiliate focusing on neo-contemporary art, presenting exhibitions and master pieces that are teamed with DrB Collections accessory line that is rooted in social entrepreneurial practices that aims to positively impact indigenous communities. 11:30am – 2:30pm
  12. Indigenous Futures: Envisioning the Next 100 Years: Santa Fe Indian Market’s first-ever VIP event. This exclusive experience will feature Native art and culture curated by award-winning Chemehuevi artist Cara Romero, as well as powerful programming that celebrates Native representation in film and television, voting and using your voice for change, women and gender, and climate justice. Join us for eats and drinks, art and culture, conversation, and community. Stay tuned for exciting speaker, panel, and entertainment announcements, as well as special artist shopping experiences. Plus, enjoy a private live-streaming of the exclusive and sold-out Santa Fe Indian Market Fashion Show on Sunday. 12-6pm
  13. Virgil Ortiz: ReVOlution – Indian Market Book Signing @ King Gallery: Charles S. King & Virgil Ortiz sign copies of their new book VIRGIL ORTIZ: reVOlution at King Galleries in Santa Fe during Indian Market. ReVOlution is a midcareer retrospective that presents a view into Ortiz’s transformative pottery and art to illuminate his creative and artistic manifestations. With a vision that merges apocalyptic themes, science fiction, and storytelling, Ortiz’s ingenuity as a contemporary artist, provocateur, activist, futurist, and preservationist extends to his creativity working across media including pottery, design, fashion, film, jewelry, and décor. 1pm
  14. Sacred Native Fashion Show: 13th annual fashion show for the purpose of bringing together talented native artists and the youth that are interested in modeling and being apart of a inspiring artistic group of people that want to share their work. 3-5pm
  15. NEW: ART IS CULTURE, CULTURE IS ART: Native Fashion and Art Film. Join us at the Jean Cocteau for a Happy Hour Benefit showcasing the amazing life of Lloyd Henri Kiva New was a pioneer of modern Native American fashion design and a cofounder and president emeritus of the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 3:30pm Happy Hour 4:30 Panel 5pm Screening of the Film 6pm Special Q+A. 3:30pm
  16. Jeffrey Gibson Selects: The Exiles (with in-person Q&A): Selected by multi-disciplinary artist Jeffrey Gibson (Mississippi Choctaw/Cherokee) to coincide with his SITE Santa Fe exhibition The Body Electric. This narrative feature, the script for which was written from actual interviews, highlights the day-to-day struggles of Native people living in Bunker Hill, Los Angeles. Lost to obscurity for years, this important and groundbreaking film was re-discovered and restored in 2008. The presentation of the film precedes an in person discussion and Q&A with Jeffrey Gibson as to how the film informs and interacts with his own body of work. 5pm
  17. Aconav “Twilight Bloom” Fashion Show: Presenting, “Twilight Bloom” an evening fashion showcase among the gardens of the Acequia Madre House in Santa Fe, NM featuring the latest designs by Loren Aragon of ACONAV and special guest. 5-10pm
  18. “New Native Fashion! “EMPOWER” Brand Launch: “WoW-PoW” Clothing by the Sky-Eagle Collection: Special Guest Fashion Houses: Sage Mountflower @sagemountainflower and Roanhorse Designs @addie_roanhorse. A new Brand Launch by Osage Fashion Designer Dante Biss-Grayson., “WoW-PoW’ Clothing, Urban and Street Wear. 6-10pm
  19. SWAIA Gala: “Shiny Drop” Centennial Party, Fashion Show and Live Art Auction: Indian Market’s “biggest night out,” the SWAIA Gala is a fundraising benefit for the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts. The event features an Indigenous Fashion Show with seven designers and a live art auction of artistic masterpieces. Come dressed in your best “Indian Market” style and enjoy this night of phenomenal art, food, Indigenous fashion and fun! Our afterparty takes place from 9:00pm – 10:30 pm in the Courtyard. 6-10:30pm
  20. Softer Sounds Santa Fe: Pop-up evening featuring a small night market, poetry reading, & fitting party for Shy Native’s full launch at a gorgeous Tesuque teahouse. 7-10pm
  21. Native Guitars Tour @ Tumbleroot: 7th annual rock-n-round dance – music, art, fashion. 7pm-12am

Sunday, August 21

  1. Native Cinema Showcase Santa Fe: The National Museum of the American Indian’s Native Cinema Showcase is an annual celebration of the best in Native film. Communities across the globe are increasingly looking to the past to move forward. By embracing oral histories, knowledge, and ancestral lands, Indigenous peoples are creating films to better understand the past and imagine a new way of thinking for the future. The showcase provides a unique forum for engagement with Native filmmakers from Indigenous communities throughout the Western Hemisphere and Arctic. See schedule for times.
  2. IAIA Recent Graduate Art Market @ MoCNA: Join MoCNA for the annual IAIA Student and Recent Graduate Art Market, held August 20–21 alongside the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts (SWAIA) Indian Market, under the museum’s portal, from 8 am–5 pm (MDT) daily. Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) students and recent graduates will be showing work in this year’s Art Market, and proceeds from booth fees will go to the IAIA Museum Club. 8am-5pm
  3. SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market: the original market, located downtown, near and on the plaza. Check out the plaza stage for various performances all weekend long. Also get a guide when you arrive to locate your favorite artists and plan your route. 8am-5pm
  4. Native American Clothing Contest: A market favorite, the Native American Clothing Contest presents a wide array of regalia and clothing from North American Indigenous Nations. Come and witness the handmade designs of Native clothing as contestants compete for ribbons in men, women, and youth categories. 9am-12pm
  5. Santa Fe’s Free Indian Market Show @ the Federal Park: Featuring Native American Elders, Master Artists and their families. Top-Award Winners, Lifetime Achievement Award Winners and Living Treasures. 9am-6pm
  6. Pathways Native Arts Festival: spend the day talking to artists and shopping for original jewelry, pottery, textiles and other arts by Native artists from across the United States. Come eat at one of the local Native food vendors with fresh flavors and traditional recipes. 9am-3pm
  7. OXDX Santa Fe Pop-Up Shop: OXDX will have a two day pop up in Santa Fe, NM during the annual Santa Fe Indian Market. A huge shout out to our collaborators Farahnheight Fine Art Gallery for hosting us this year ✊🏾! Farahnheight is steps away from the plaza on San Fransisco St and Lincoln Ave and located on the second floor. We have a few surprises in the works! We’re really hyped to see you all there. 10am-4pm
  8. Indigenous Futures: Envisioning the Next 100 Years: Santa Fe Indian Market’s first-ever VIP event. This exclusive experience will feature Native art and culture curated by award-winning Chemehuevi artist Cara Romero, as well as powerful programming that celebrates Native representation in film and television, voting and using your voice for change, women and gender, and climate justice. Join us for eats and drinks, art and culture, conversation, and community. Stay tuned for exciting speaker, panel, and entertainment announcements, as well as special artist shopping experiences. Plus, enjoy a private live-streaming of the exclusive and sold-out Santa Fe Indian Market Fashion Show on Sunday. 10am-6pm
  9. Sovereign Santa Fe: contemporary Native American Arts exhibition, guest curated by Tony Abeyta showcasing cutting edge indigenous creativity. Sovereign’s mission is to create a platform to highlight ‘NewSchool’ Native American Arts and its elusive relationship between traditional and contemporary. Established to give vibrant Native American artists an on-trend platform to showcase and share their accomplished works and talents. 10am-7pm
  10. SITE-Specific Performance by Laura Ortman: SITE Santa Fe is pleased to present a special live performance by musician and composer Laura Ortman. Performing an amplified violin, Ortman’s textured atmospheric soundscapes will reverberate throughout SITE Santa Fe’s lobby. The score for this solo performance is created in relation to themes seen and felt throughout Nani Chacon: SPECTRUM. In Ortman’s words, “My collaborations often come together through the magnetic, beautiful energy of friends and community in the Indigenous arts. Art, music, poetry, film, dance, and beyond. We always find each other.” 2pm
  11. SWAIA Indigenous Fashion Show: The Ninth Annual Indigenous Fashion Show will showcase the best in North American Indigenous fashion. The Indigenous Fashion Show is produced by Amber-Dawn Bear Robe (Sikska Nation) for SWAIA. Fashion Show ticket holders will be able to shop at the exclusive Indigenous Fashion Trunk Show immediately after. SOLD OUT. 3-4pm
  12. Grand Exit 3 @ Tumbleroot: Def-i Presents Grand Exit 3: 21+ (Under 21 allowed w/ parent or guardian. $10 tickets. DJ Element (AZ), Def-i, Sage Cornelius, Artson (CA), Jessie Davis (NYC), Macchiato Music, Midnight Stew, Stuart James (ND), A$h Da Hunter (AZ), C.L.A.N. (AK), Mozart Gabriel, Irv Wauneka, T.R.3 (ATL), +Special Guests. Co-Hosted by Joshua Fournier. Live Art by: Randy L. Barton aka Randy Boogie. 6-11:30pm

If you see a mistake – please let me know!

ENJOY 🙂

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