Saturday, September 16, 2017 | Taos Mesa Brewing
Bringing the high energy vibe of the Venice Beach boardwalk to the high altitude vibration of the Taos mountains, the festival will combine the eclectic and vibrant venue of Taos Mesa Brewing with the backdrop of the Sangre De Cristo mountain range to create FIELD TRIPPIN’ a free form, all access, all ages, music arts adventure!
The day will feature artists from the acclaimed broadcast, RadioVenice.TV along with a fabulous line-up of local Taos talent; culminating the day with an epic jam session!
Join us and our unique cadre of musicians, artists, stilt-walkers, hoopers, acroyoga athletes, and various other performers!!!
Featured Artists and Musicians
and many more! Check out the website for more information
Taos Mesa Brewing
Where to Stay
Hotel Luna Mystica
Brought to you by
8pm, Saturday, November 5, Timewarp Records
WORLD MUSIC CONCERT featuring …
Michael Jost highly acclaimed world music guitarist playing an acoustic set followed by Aloke Dasgupta Grammy winning sitar maestro from India and his team of world musicians including Nikhil Roy (Tabla) visiting from India.Then ending the night with an improvised set including all musicians involved.
This is a show you do not want to miss!
TICKETS: $25 at the door
$20 +$1.69 service fee online via Brown Paper Tickets
$20 in person from Native American World ~ Indigenous
1207 Ocean Front Walk, Venice, CA – includes FREE CD
Born in Dreieich, just outside of Frankfurt Germany, guitarist Michael Jost (pronounced ‘yoast’), found his way to the bohemian Venice Beach boardwalk, in Los Angeles California, where he now lives and makes music. Owing to Michael’s unique European heritage, his rigorous classical training, and his 21st Century American experience, you can hear something very different … Continue reading Michael Jost
Maestro Aloke Dasgupta is among the most outstanding and original sitar players in the North Indian classical style. With his mature style and compositions all his own and traditional music what he learn from great maestros, he draws the memory back nostalgically to the past greats of sitar, while at the same time revealing an … Continue reading Maestro Aloke Dasgupta