Summer Music Festival 2014, Bringing World Music to the High Desert

Summer Music Festival 2014, Bringing World Music to the High Desert

Jam-out your summer with rockin’ music when San Juan College hosts Summer Music Festival 2014, Bringing World Music to the High Desert, Saturday, June 21, in the Learning Commons Plaza at the Farmington campus. Opening at 2 p.m., the festival will kick off with San Juan College’s Super Rock Combo, led by Keith Cochrane. 
The college is offering an early bird ticket special, March 31 through April 25.  During this period, tickets are $4 for students with student ID, seniors 60-plus, and children 13-17; $6 for San Juan College staff and faculty; and $8 for general admission. Children, ages 0-12, are free with the purchase of an adult ticket. Beginning March 31, tickets can be purchased at the San Juan College Box office or at www.sanjuancollege.edu/summermusicfest.
Headlining bands will be announced throughout the month of April. For up to date information regarding the San Juan College Summer Music Festival, like the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/sjcmusicfest.
One 60-minute performing slot has been held to showcase the best in local talent.  Local artists are encouraged to submit audition video, mp3 or website links to musicfest@sanjuancollege.edu, including contact information by Friday, April 25. Audition materials can also be dropped off in the Student Activities Office at San Juan College. All performers should plan to perform a 60-minute set of original music.
The family friendly event also will include a shaded children’s area and kids’ activities throughout the afternoon.  Food and drinks will be available to purchase at the festival.

            Vendor booths are available for all non-food vendors.  For more information about booth availability, the event, auditions or tickets, call the San Juan College Student Activities office at 505-566-3403.