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Bosque Chile Festival – A celebration of food, art, and culture on the Rio Grande

 

Join in the celebration of the chile harvest on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016 at the National Hispanic Cultural Center from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. This is a free event and festivities include entertainment, kids’ activities, arts and crafts vendors, food trucks, beer, wine, and chef demonstrations.

Entertainment schedule:

11:00 – Leah Leyva & The Band (Blues/Rock) 

12:15 – The West Wind Band (Country)

1:15 -  La Chaparrita Monica Valdez

1:30 – Rebecca Arscott (Reggae/Pop) 

2:35 – On Point Dance Studio (Jazz, Hip Hop, Folklorico Dance)

3:30- Severo y Grupo Fuego (NM Spanish Music)

5:30 – Crossroads (Variety Top 40)

Chef Demo Schedule:

12 p.m. - Jonathan Perno, Los Poblanos Historic Inn & Organic Farm

1 p.m. - Cynthia Armenia, The Phat Beaner

​2 p.m. -  Disc-It Demo, Nevin Montano

The Bosque Chile Festival will still be “Hot After Dark,” as Soul Divine presents an encore performance of their wildly popular Earth, Wind & Fire tribute. Established in 1997, this group of musicians, with credits including James Brown, Lakeside, The Dazz Band, Sparx, and Lorenzo Antonio, and record label deals with Epic and Warner Bros., set the local scene on fire with its exciting brand of Latin and jazz-tinged R&B music and quickly established itself as the hottest ticket in the region. Over the past two decades, Soul Divine provided the soundtrack for a new generation of soul music lovers and set the scene for R&B groups that followed.

Tickets are $22 each with children under 12 free and are available for purchase for the evening concert at www.nhccnm.org or (505) 246-2261.

No pets allowed; service animals only.

No alcoholic beverages may be brought on site; purchased alcoholic beverages must be consumed on site.

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For more information email bosquechilefestival@bernco.gov  or call (505) 468-1418.

This event is presented by Bernalillo County, Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District, and National Hispanic Cultural Center.

This event is proudly sponsored by Alibi, Bueno Foods, Greta Hartmann Photography, Clear Channel Outdoor, Buddy's Furniture and Disc-It.

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