Rock out your summer with jammin’ music when San Juan College hosts Summer Music Festival 2015, Bringing World Music to the High Desert, Saturday, June 20, in the Learning Commons Plaza at the Farmington campus.

Ticket Prices:

Advanced (April 15-June 19th)
$0 Children (12 & under)      
$6 Students/Kids (13-17)/Seniors
$8 SJC Staff/Faculty
$11 General Admission

To Purchase Tickets, please visit:  http://www.sanjuancollege.edu/pages/1157.asp 

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

 

Summer Music Festival Line-Up TBD

2015 Summer Music Festival  Line-up
2:00 p.m.             Gates Open
2:00 p.m.            
3:30 p.m.            
5:00 p.m.            
7:00 p.m.            
9:00 p.m.            

Boogat 

Montreal’s multilingual vocalist and producer Boogat is a brilliant MC who constantly reinvents himself with his prolific discography and unique artistic approach.

Born to Mexican and Paraguayan parents, he actively embraces his heritage in both his rhymes, rapping and singing in French and Spanish. He won Two Félix at the Industry Gala L’Adisq for Best World Music Album and Best Producer of the Year. Boogat has earned international recognition mainly in Mexico and the United States where tours and festival appearances have increased significantly since 2013. Some of his songs have also made their way to Hollywood, including placements in blockbusters like the TV series “Homeland” and the film “The Forger” with John Travolta.  http://www.boogat.com/ 

 

“You don’t need to speak Spanish to understand the sexiness of this song’s hook or its outrageously hip-grinding beat. Turn your swag on!” NPR (USA): NPR Music’s 100 Favorite Songs of 2011

 Supaman 

Supaman’s performance combines Native American culture, humor, and urban hip hop culture which dazzles audiences, captivates listeners and breaks down stereotypes. As a member of the “Apsaalooke Nation,” Supaman makes his home on the Crow reservation in Montana. The humble Native American dancer and hip hop artist has dedicated his life to empowering youth and educating listeners with a message of hope through culture and music. In 2011, he won the North American Indigenous Award for outstanding hip hop album. http://www.reverbnation.com/greasyface

 

 

 

hot honey 

Formed in 2012, Santa Fe-based Hot Honey harmonizes the singing talents of Lucy Barna (guitar and banjo), Lori Ottino (melodica) and Paige Barton (banjo and guitar). Blending bittersweet, feisty and playful emotions, their motto is: “Old Time Class Meets New Time Sass.” All the members write their original songs “that project a strong-woman-kicking-out-your-door vibe.” They swept the Santa Fe Reporter’s 2013 poll as the “Best New Band,” “Best Country/Alternative Country Band” and “Best Rock Band.” http://www.hothoneymusic.com/

 

For up to date information regarding the San Juan College Summer Music Festival, like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/sjcmusicfest.

Our family friendly event will also 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.  We are currently seeking arts & crafts vendors for the festival on Saturday, June 20th. Vendor booths are $30 and each booth rental will include 1 table, 1 chair, and 1 event admission. For further information please check out our vendor application or call the Student Activities Office at (505) 566-3403.