Avanyu Nights at Avanyu Plaza
06:00 pm - 09:00 pm MDT
Monday, Oct. 9, Tuesday, Oct. 10 & Wednesday, Oct. 11th | 6-9PM
(On 12th Street Across from IPCC)
Enjoy Balloon FiestaÒ Week & Indigenous Peoples Day festivities at IPCC, then head over to enjoy LIVE MUSIC, art vendors and food—including at all of the great restaurants in our thriving business and cultural district. Admission is FREE! Plus, you can meet Chaz Malibu & Mistie Miles from Big 98.5 & Erica Viking from Coyote 102.5.
See Concert Schedule Below
6:15 PM The Lost Remotes
7:30 PM Levi Platero
From the Navajo Nation, Levi Platero mixes the style of Texas Blues, vintage rock, to modern guitar heroes such as Eric Johnson and Steve Vai to create his unique “Navajo Bluesman” sound.
6:15 PM Burque SOL
A group of Burquenos who have come together to represent New Mexico culture. Burque Sol describes its sound as “a hybrid of New Mexican reggae soul”.
7:30 PM Midnight Stew
Coming from the Navajo Nation, Midnight Stew is a band of rotating native musicians lead by frontman Greg Yazzie. Blending country music, surf rock, and dark Americana to create an eerily catchy sound. Experience the unknown and hear the melodies of Native America’s finest.
6:00PM Jacob Shije
From Santa Clara Pueblo, Sheije melds the sounds of Ritchie Valens, Buddy Holly, and Roy Orbison. Jacob’s music transcends genres, creating a unique auditory experience that bridges the past and the present.
7:00 PM Twin Rivers: Adrian Wall & Ed Kabotie
8:00 PM Tha ‘Yoties
Tha ‘Yoties are a Reggae/Rock band from Flagstaff, Arizona. The band is notable for their lively performances, catchy melodies, and conscious message. Their sound is greatly influenced by the Native American culture of the four corners region.