We are excited to announce that the Levitt AMP Gallup Music Series is happening in 2021! While we anticipate we will still be navigating COVID restrictions, we are planning a hybrid virtual series that will be streamed live from the historic El Morro Theatre in Downtown Gallup via Facebook and YouTube, and will have a limited in-person audience. The concert series features a dynamic roster of headlining musical acts from both near and far. The series will also feature opening acts from our local area that span a variety of performative media.
Thursdays | 7pm | August 19 – September 23, 2021
Streamed live from El Morro Theatre in Historic Downtown Gallup
To learn more about partnership, sponsorship, and calls for performers, watch this page, or feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Levitt AMP Gallup Music Series is supported in part by the Mortimer &
Mimi Levitt Foundation, a private foundation that empowers towns and cities across America to transform underused public spaces into thriving destinations through the power of free, live music. Learn more at levitt.org.
The Levitt AMP Gallup Music Series is presented by Gallup MainStreet Arts & Cultural District and City of Gallup.
8/12: Felix y Los Gatos
Felix y Los Gatos (Albuquerque, NM) is a national touring band known for their unique style of Zyde-Tejano Blues, a unique sound they’ve been crafting since forming in 2004. Their undying passion to play music has allowed them the privilege of sharing the stage with acts such as grammy award winning Dwayne Dopsie & the Zydeco Hellraisers, as well as featuring John Popper of Blues Traveler on the track “Hot Damn” from their Album, “OCHO”.
8/19: Alice Wallace
Alice Wallace’s (Nashville, TN) powerful, elastic singing and melodic, literate song-crafting have been earning her accolades across the country. Named the 2017 Female Vocalist of the Year at the California Country Awards, Alice draws influence from iconic voices ranging from Linda Ronstadt to Patsy Cline, not to mention keeping the country yodel alive with songs from classic artists like Patsy Montana and Don Walser.
8/26: Jesse Daniel
Singer, songwriter and country music performer Jesse Daniel (Austin, TX) is one of the fastest-rising names in Americana and Alt-Country music over the last few years, nabbing the 2019 Ameripolitan Award for Honky Tonk Male. His recent album Rollin’ On was co-produced by Grammy-nominated legend Tommy Detamore and was referred to as “Irresistible twang” by Rolling Stone Country.
9/2: Lindy Vision
Lindy Vision (Albuquerque, NM) is an indie-rock band comprised of three Black Native sisters: Dorothy (vocals/lyrics/synth), Natasha (guitar/vocals), and Carla (drummer/beat maker/synth). The band who has been described as a “female Devo” with hints of M.I.A., Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and Santigold, recently released their newest EP, Adult Children Part 2.
9/9: Levi Platero Band
After a decade of touring the US with his Levi Platero (Navajo Nation) grew up in his family band the Plateros and is now making a name for himself as a solo artist with the Levi Platero Band. His self-titled EP featuring the single “Take Me Back” went on to win the 2016 NMMA for Best Blues. Levi’s quiet nature is unleashed in a style that mixes a spectrum of Texas Blues, vintage rock, to modern guitar heroes such as Eric Johnson and Steve Vai.
Wildermiss (Denver, CO) is an indie rock band with Emma Cole (vocals, synth bass), Joshua Hester (guitar), and Caleb Thoemke (drums). They have built up a massive and fiercely loyal grassroots following in their hometown, and crisscrossed the country winning over fans as the supporting act on tours with the Oh Hellos, Jared and the Mill and Bronze Radio Return.
Revíva (Albuquerque, NM) is a reggae/rock band. The group formed in late 2009, quickly picking up one of the largest and most dedicated fan bases in New Mexico and the Southwest. The mission of the band is to revive themselves and their community by using music as a tool to shed light on injustices with issues like racial and social inequality, climate change, immigration, and human rights.