summer music festival

            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.

Ticket Prices:

Advanced (April 26-June 20th)
$0 Children (12 & under)      
$6 Students/Kids (13-17)/Seniors
$8 SJC Staff/Faculty
$11 General Admission


Day of
$0 Children (12 & under)
$10 student/Kids (13-17)/Seniors
$12 SJC Staff/Faculty
$15 General Admission



Summer Music Festival Line-Up

2014 Summer Music Festival  Line-up
2:00 p.m.             Gates Open
2:00 p.m.             SJC Super Rock Combo
3:30 p.m.             The Delbert Anderson Trio
5:00 p.m.             Sihasin
7:00 p.m.             La Santa Cecilia
9:00 p.m.             Jackie Greene

La Santa Cecilia

Fresh off their 2014 Grammy Award for Latin Rock, Urban and Alternative Album of the Year, La Santa Cecilia brings an upbeat hybrid of Latin rhythms. Based out of Los Angeles, California, La Santa Cecilia exemplifies the Latin American movement in the United States. Drawing inspiration from rhythms such as cumbia, bossa nova, rumba, jazz and rock this eclectic group will be sure to entertain you. Their influences range from Miles Davis to The Beatles, Zeppelin to Janis Joplin and Mercedes Sosa to Ramon Ayala.

Jackie Greene

Jackie Greene brings years of performing experience alongside world renowned artists such as B.B. King, Taj Mahal, Government Mule, and Greatful Dead members Bob Weir and Phil Lesh. In 2013, he joined the Black Crowes on their world tour and was selected as a full fledge member of the Crowes. In 2014, Jackie refocused on his solo career and is now touring, once again with the Jackie Greene band and working on an upcoming new solo album.




Sihasin is a native, rock, punk, world music duo that comes to us from Flagstaff, Arizona. A brother and sister duo, original from Black Mesa, Arizona have found critical acclaim with new album Never Surrender. Just back from South by Southwest Festival, this group is sure to inspire you with their fusion of native drum and rock/punk beats. In 2013, Sihaisn won the Best Rock category at the Indian Summer Music Awards.


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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.

SJC Summer Music Festival is currently seeking arts/crafts vendors for the festival on Saturday, June 21st. Vendor booths are $25 and each booth rental will include 1 table, 1 chair, and 1 event admission. For further information please check out the below vendor application or call the Student Activities Office at (505) 566-3403.
Vendor Information