Lone Piñon is a New Mexican string band, or "orquesta típica", whose music celebrates the integrity and diversity of their region's cultural roots. With fiddles, upright bass, guitars, accordions, vihuela, and bilingual vocals, they play a wide spectrum of the traditional music that is at home in New Mexico. "They make the music of the border into something living, breathing, and absolutely enticing." For more information about Lone Piñon, please visit their website.
This concert is being presented with assistance from the Northwest New Mexico Arts Council. Sponsors include Aztec Chamber of Commerce · Aztec Rogue Foods · KARE Drug · Rivas Auto Finish · Rubia's · San Juan Masonic Lodge · Step Back Inn · and individuals from the community.
For concert, please enter the Pioneer Village through the gate on Park Ave., near the splash pad.
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