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Taos, New Mexico

Taos Mesa Brewing features 12 distinct house beers on draught at all times. On any given day, you will be able to enjoy light, thirst quenching beers like our Kolsch .45 and Sabor del Sol Pilsner, as well as full bodied, hearty dark beers like our Black Widow Porter or Great Scot! Scottish, or a bright and hoppy IPA. Our 10 barrel all grain infusion mash brewhouse is working overtime to fill our fermenters and cold storage vessels with high quality beer. Top quality, consistent, and highly quaffable beers are the TMB signature.

Aug 18th 2017 7:00pm
Aug 25th 2017 8:00pm
Roots & Wires Presents...a Zydeco Dance Hall with Nathan Williams and the Zydeco Cha Chas
Aug 30th 2017 7:00pm
Teatro Serpiente presents...
Sep 16th 2017 2:00pm
Field Trippin' Fest
Sep 20th 2017 7:30pm
AMP Concerts presents...Greensky Bluegrass
Sep 25th 2017 8:00pm
Igor and the Red Elvises
Sep 28th 2017 4:00pm
JUMPSUIT Records Family Gathering
Oct 20th 2017 7:00pm
Like a Boss Productions....Lettuce

The Mothership

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Taos Ski Valley Tap Room

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A Benefit Concert Weekend supporting the health and sustainability of the New Mexico Watershed

8/18/2017 7:00pm

WEEKEND PASS · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Like Boss Productions

A Benefit Concert Weekend supporting the health and sustainability of the New Mexico Watershed


Jack Cloonan and Friends  5-7 (patio)

Stu Allen and Mars Hotel  7-8:30 (amphitheater)

Good Rendition  8:30-9 (patio)

Leftover Salmon  9-11 (amphitheater)

Last to Know  11-1am (indoor)


Pherkad  4-5:30 (amphitheater)

Jack Cloonan and Friends  5:30-6:30 (patio)

The Magic Beans  6:30-7:45 (amphitheater)

Pigment  7:45-8:50 (patio)

Partizani Brass Band  8:50-9 (marching)

Leftover Salmon  9-11 (amphitheater)

Stu Allen and Mars Hotel  11-1am (indoor)

- $50

- $30
CAMPING (at Hotel Luna Mystica)

RV CAMPING PASS - $50 (does NOT include individual $20 camping pass)


Roots & Wires Presents...a Zydeco Dance Hall with Nathan Williams and the Zydeco Cha Chas

Live from Lafayette, Louisiana

8/25/2017 8:00pm

$12 · 7:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID


Teatro Serpiente presents...

Bad Hombres y Nasty Mujeres (A Game Show! 4 Contestants and 1 Loser!)

8/30/2017 7:00pm

FREE · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Bad Hombres y Nasty Mujeres

A Game Show! 4 Contestants and 1 Loser!


Field Trippin' Fest

A Music Arts Adventure

9/16/2017 2:00pm

Presale $20 · 1:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

FIELD TRIPPIN’ is a music arts adventure fest. The event will feature an unique cadre of musicians, artisans, video art, and street performers; mixing the high energy vibe of the Venice Beach boardwalk in California with the high altitude experience of Taos, New Mexico!

The FIELD TRIPPIN’ adventure will include a full day of transformative art in both the outdoor and indoor spaces of the TMB venue. Offering a "full throttle" event for the audience to wind it's way through with exciting presentations and activities for all ages. Booths from local crafts people, cirque performers, (AcroYoga, stiltwalkers, hoopers, skateboarders, etc.) video art installations, and a wide range of music! The day will culminate on the main stage with an exhilarating evening line-up of Venice Beach and Taos' finest musicians with the highlight of the evening a rocking FIELD TRIPPIN' jam session!

The purpose of the festival is to create a living, breathing "all access" experience of music, art and performance. FIELD TRIPPIN' will stretch the senses, and engage the artistic nature that exists inside us all. As creative artists and activists, the FIELD TRIPPIN’ team are committed to creating an annual space for empowering our audience to engage, experience and spread appreciation for the arts all year round!

AMP Concerts presents...Greensky Bluegrass

9/20/2017 7:30pm

BUY TICKETS · 6:30pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

AMP CONCERTS Presents...


Greensky Bluegrass is Anders Beck (dobro), Michael Arlen Bont (banjo), Dave Bruzza (guitar), Mike Devol (upright bass) and Paul Hoffman (mandolin).
For more than a decade and a half, the members of Greensky Bluegrass have created their own version of bluegrass music, mixing the acoustic stomp of a stringband with the rule-breaking spirit of rock & roll. They redefine that sound once again with their sixth album, Shouted, Written Down & Quoted.
Like the band's own name, Shouted, Written Down & Quoted is a collection of opposites, full of dark psychedelic swirls, bright bursts of acoustic guitar, soundscapes, solos, freethinking improvisation, and plenty of sharp, focused songwriting. It's wild and wide-ranging, showing off the diversity Greensky Bluegrass brings to every live show. At the same time, Shouted, Written Down & Quoted is unmistakably a studio album, recorded during two different sessions — one at Echo Mountain Studio in Asheville, North Carolina; the other at the Mountain House Recording Studio in Nedarland, Colorado — that comprise the band's longest block of recording time ever. The result is an 11-track album whose songs cast a wide net, mixing the full-throttle energy of a Greensky Bluegrass concert with the nuanced approach of a band that's still eager to explore.
"You can call us an acoustic ensemble, or a drum-less rock band, or a rock & roll bluegrass band," says mandolin player Paul Hoffman, who, along with guitarist Dave Bruzza, handles most of the album's writing duties. "All of that shifting identity has taught us to cover a lot of ground. There's a flow to this album, just like there's a flow to our setlists. There are some aggressive, rocking moments. Some bouncy, funky moments. An acoustic think piece or two. It's a balance of moods and textures that we create as a band, almost like a mix tape."
Formed in 2000 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, Greensky Bluegrass kicked off their career playing living rooms and open mic nights across the Midwest. By 2005, they were touring nationally, and by 2006, they were playing the first in a long series of appearances at the annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Bandmates Hoffman, Bruzza, dobro player Anders Beck, banjoist Michael Arlen Bont, and upright bassist Mike Devol spent most of the following decade on the road, fine-tuning a live show modeled not after the toned-down production of traditional bluegrass music, but the full-on spectacle of rock.
"We play two sets of music every night with a big light show, and really care about creating a large scale production," notes Bruzza, adding that, "the goal isn't just to play important music. We want to cultivate an experience, where people can escape from their everyday lives for a minute and put their worries aside."
Playing as many as 175 shows per year, Greensky Bluegrass have graduated to headlining status at some of the country's most iconic venues, selling out amphitheaters like Red Rocks and world-class auditoriums like the Ryman. They've become a regular name on the festival circuit, too, adding Bonnaroo, the New Orleans Jazz Festival, Austin City Limits, Forecastle, and Outside Lands to their touring schedule. Supported by a grassroots audience whose members often travel for hours to see the band, Greensky Bluegrass are still a proudly independent act, enjoying the success of a major-label act — including a Number One debut on the Billboard Bluegrass chart for their fifth album, 2014's If Sorrows Swim — without giving up complete control of their own business.
Released on the band's label, Big Blue Zoo, Shouted, Written Down & Quoted kicks off with "Miss September," a song that splits its focus between Hoffman's mid-tempo melodies and the band's instrumental solos. Most of the album's tracks strike a similar balance, showcasing a group whose vocal hooks and flat-picking skills share the spotlight equally. Meanwhile, the guys stretch their legs on "Living Over" — an improvised, seven-minute knockout that's already become a live staple — and show surprising restraint with "While Waiting," a slower song whose ebb-and-flow arrangement often finds no more than two bandmates playing at once. "Room Without a Roof" features some of the group's most layered production to date, with electric instruments adding some thick sonic padding, while "More of Me" cranks up the drama, with Hoffman singing about heartache over a bed of minor-key guitar arpeggios.
"We tend to have a darker sense to ours songs than most acoustic bands," Bruzza adds, "but we still have light moments, too. We're trying to explore the textures and sounds we can make, while still having the instrumentation of a bluegrass band. There aren't many rules. We'll run a dobro though an amp on a song like 'Past My Prime.' We can get pretty epic. This album is a crazy carnival one minute, and it's a psychedelic Pink Floyd jam the next."

Equal parts dark, driving, and dynamic, Shouted, Written Down & Quoted is Greensky Bluegrass at their best, fusing the fiery fretwork of their live shows with the focus of a true songwriting outfit.


AMP Concerts - Hold My Ticket

Igor and the Red Elvises

Ultimate party band. Rock n roll from Russia and Los Angeles.

9/25/2017 8:00pm

$7 · 7:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Igor and the Red Elvises

Your Favorite Band!!!

Visit Website: redelvises.com

JUMPSUIT Records Family Gathering

An intimate weekend of Music and Connection! Featuring The Polish Ambassador (2 nights!), Wildlight Live, Ayla Nereo, Ample Mammal and many more TBA soon!

9/28/2017 4:00pm

FREE · 3:45pm · All Ages / Bar with ID


1st annual Jumpsuit Family Gathering

Featuring The Polish Ambassador (2 nights!), Wildlight Live, Ayla Nereo, Ample Mammal and many more TBA soon!

***Early Bird Tickets and Tier 1 Tickets - SOLD OUT***

Now on sale!

Tier Two Full Festival Pass - $149 + fees/tax
Tier Two Parking Pass - $35 + fees/tax
Thursday Early Arrival (Includes Thursday night camping and Thursday night concert) - $45 + fees/tax
RV Pass - Fri-Sun - $129 + fees/tax
Kids Ticket (10 and under only, proceeds go towards "Rainbow Lightning Kid Village") - $25 + fees/tax
Locals Only  Early Bird 3 day pass (daytime only, no camping, no late night shows, must have valid Taos ID or within 30 mile radius, cash only, sending those to Dan tomorrow) - $99 no fees/tax

Vintage trailer hotel and campgrounds. Book Today!

Jumpsuit Records strives for community, to bring people together to celebrate in song and nature. We lean towards the progressive and unconventional, putting the focus on uplifting art and partying with a purpose. We know that our extended family covets an intimate festival experience, one that fosters connection, encourages participation, offers education and the promise of invigorating life experiences. With those understandings and a nod toward a new festival model, The Polish Ambassador and Jumpsuit Records are thrilled to announce the 1st Annual Jumpsuit Family Gathering, in breathtaking Taos, New Mexico.

Taking place September 28th thru October 1st and hosted in the majestic confines of Taos Mesa Brewing Amphitheater, The Polish Ambassador will captain a musical cadre that includes Jumpsuit familia Wildlight (Live), Ayla Nereo, and several other artists to be announced soon. The world's funkiest diplomat has also planned a second performance, TPA vs. Ample Mammal, where the Jumpsuited One will fire up the intergalactic time machine curating a set of old school jams mixed with an array of new and unreleased material.

Naturally, the 1st Annual Jumpsuit Family Gathering will be chock full of so much more than music. Expect a plethora of juicy workshops and educational endeavors, including an assortment of Yoga disciplines, ecstatic dance, contact improv, and more. A three-day Permaculture workshop will be available to everybody on the festival grounds, and more details on this tremendous opportunity will be announced in the coming weeks. A super-vibey Movement Shala will serve as a workshop space by day, transforming into a a stylin' late-night lounge, complete with a cushy, padded dance floor, specialized tea service and the best in chillout live music! The stunning outdoor amphitheater will be the main stage, and is blessed with the iconic Sangre de Cristo mountains as it's beautiful backdrop. In addition, there will a secondary side stage for the mellower jams and acoustic delicacies throughout the day; and a thumpin' late-night venue to carry those infectious booty shakin' grooves.

The Taos Mesa Brewing Amphitheater is an astonishing indoor/outdoor venue with limited onsite camping. To preserve intimacy and create a vibrant pop-up community, less than 1000 festival tickets that include camping will be offered. These will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. The location was carefully selected by Polish and his dedicated international squadron; with their stated mission to create a comfy, cozy, one-of-a-kind affair rich in human connection. For those who venture off-site, the resplendent Rio Grande River Gorge is merely a few minutes away. Downtown Taos, NM is also extremely close-by, and we encourage people to explore this historic pueblo and its surrounding culture.

Due to the intended intimate nature of the 1st Annual Jumpsuit Family Gathering, we expect the event to sell-out in advance, and encourage people to plan accordingly.




Like a Boss Productions....Lettuce

Like A Boss

With Special Guest RDGLDGRN

10/20/2017 7:00pm

$25 · 6:00pm · All Ages / Bar with ID

Like a Boss Productions...


With Special Guest RDGLDGRN


For more than two decades, Lettuce have brought a new vitality to classic funk,matching their smooth and soulful grooves with a hip-hop-inspired urgency and mastery of beat. Now, on their fourth studio album Crush, drummer Adam Deitch, guitarists Adam Smirnoff and Eric Krasno, bassist Erick “Jesus” Coomes, keyboardist Neal Evans, saxophonist Ryan Zoidis, and trumpet players Eric Bloom and Rashawn Ross deepen that sound by channeling the sonic freedom and infectious energy oftheir incendiary live show.

RDGLDGRN (pronounced red gold green) have already distinguished themselves in the DC music scene. Their highly stylized sound (that Go Go drum beat- a distinct DC rhythm) takes hip-hop infused punk and indie rock to create something refreshingly unique, is getting attention from fans stretching far beyond the DC niche scene. Comprised of three members who identify as Red, Gold, and Green, RDGLDGRN began making music in their basement studio, drawing from a vast and almost ironically diverse pool of influences like Chuck Brown, Vampire Weekend, Outkast, The Neptunes, and Bad Brains. What many might consider a wildly ambitious, even impossible task to pull off, RDGLDGRN managed to effortlessly combine genres of music to create something new, something all their own, and something that has the music industry buzzing with excitement.  The band gained widespread recognition when they self-released a song called “I Love Lamp” on YouTube- a way for friends and local fans to listen to their music. They had no idea that within just a few weeks, the video would have over 100,000 views and the attention of many notable figures both in the industry as well as on the blogosphere.

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