The Levitt AMP Gallup Music Series, presented by the Gallup MainStreet Arts & Cultural District, celebrates the city’s large Native community while fostering civic pride and reinvigorating the artistic endeavors of local residents.

 

Since 2021, the Levitt AMP Gallup Music Series presented by Gallup Main Street Arts & Cultural District has celebrated the city’s lush, cultural diversity, bringing together all those who call this high desert town along Route 66 ‘home.’ Against the backdrop of red rock mesas and sandstone bluffs, the city of 22,000 is home to a diverse Native American population and tribal lands, and celebrates their beautiful art, culture and history. The 2022 Levitt AMP Music Series in McKinley County Courthouse Square will build upon local efforts to build a positive and inclusive community identity while fostering civic pride.

Presented by Gallup MainStreet Arts & Cultural District, which brings together all segments of the community to foster civic pride, promote economic vitality, and preserve and develop the cultural and historical resources of downtown Gallup, N.M., in partnership with The City of Gallup.

 

 

 

Location

McKinley County Courthouse Square
215 W Aztec
Gallup, NM 87301

Website

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Season

May 21 – July 30, 2022

Launched

2020

Contact

Michael Bulloch
Interim Executive Director
director@gallupmainstreet.org
(505) 879-0366

 

 

Dante Elephante

MAY 21 AT 7PM

Groovy indie rock and synth-pop four-piece

Taylor Ashton

MAY 28 AT 7PM

Poetic folk pop songwriter/vocalist

Side Pony

JUNE 4 AT 7PM

Punchy country duo with mesmerizing harmonies

Def-I

JUNE 18 AT 7PM

Celebrated, eclectic indy rapper/MC/producer/artist-educator

Raye Zaragoza

JUNE 25 AT 7PM

Fearless protest folk by multi-cultural artist

Curley Taylor & Zydeco Trouble

JULY 2 AT 7PM

Bluesy, soulful vocals with driving Zydeco beats

Lindy Vision

JULY 9 AT 7PM

Empowering Black Native indie rock sister band

Fox Royale

JULY 16 AT 7PM

Anthemic, jangly, indie-rock band

Mozart Gabriel

JULY 16 AT 7PM

Native American rock and alternative powerhouse

DDAT

JULY 23 AT 7PM

Nostalgic jazz/hip-hop quartet with desert-forged influences

Taylor Scott Band

JULY 30 AT 7PM

Soulful funk-infused rock & roll sensation