DGO’s weekend picks in or near Durango

by DGO Web Administrator

Riverfest in FarmingtonAll hail the Animas River! Riverfest floods Berg and Animas Parks in Farmington from Friday, May 26, through Sunday.

If you’re the type to get up at 8 in the morning and run, there’s an annual 5K and 10K on Saturday. If not, there’s a fine art show, a beer and wine garden to soak up, yoga, a classic car show, a duck race, a Native American market and dances, and river raft rides. Bonus: Live music all day, including the Delbert Anderson Trio and Million Dollar Highway.

Free admission. All ages.

Details: riverreachfoundation.com

Folk tunes in a DIY spaceSweet 101’s indie folk series, Folked Up!, continues on Friday, May 26. This round, Fearless Peasants will play, along with Rhys from Bay 9, and Richard S. Barnes.

Doors are at 7:30 and cover’s only $5 for a laid-back night of tunes from local musicians. What else were you going to do with that fiver? Starbucks? F that S. Go to a show, instead.

Sweet 101 is located at 858 Main Ave. but the entrance is on the alley behind Main.

Monthly block parties in Bayfield!Get your cut-off jeans on and beer koozie handy, Bayfield’s Block Party season has begun! Their first fest day is, oddly, on a Thursday – but hey, whatever, mid-week PARTAAAY! Thursday, May 26, from 6 to 9 p.m. W. Mill Street will be filled with music by Million Dollar Highway, booze, dancing, lawn chair loungers, and good times.

Details: http://bit.ly/2q4AlXR

There will be dancingGet filled with electro light and love at the Greener Grounds show at Animas City Theatre, 128 E. College Dr., on Friday, May 26. The four-piece jamtronica band outta Denver is known for pulsing out atmospheric, mellow beats perfect for contemplating the universe to … or, you know, dancing.

Cycles and Zolopht open. Doors are 8:30 p.m. and the show starts at 9. If you’re 18 or older and got $10 ($12 day of), here’s your Friday night.

Wino times in the ABQPour some class down your gullet at the Albuquerque Wine Festival. Sip and sip and SO MUCH WINE! There will be 25 wineries, hella food, free parking, and live music all weekend long by Merican Slang, Son Como Son, Raven Rutherford and Her Sweet Potato Pie Band, and more.

Festival tickets range from $5 for designated drivers to $35 for a Wine Lover Early Access Pass. Fest starts on Saturday, May 27, and goes through May 29.

Information at www.winecountrynm.com


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