119 Route 66 East
Moriarty, NM 87035
Phone: (505) 832-6666
Fax: (505) 832-1282
119 Route 66 East, Moriarty, NM, US, 87035
- Phone: (505) 832-6666
- Fax: (505) 832-1282
This movie house is located in the northeast part of town, and is a great place to go watch a movie. The theatre houses eight screens and has four shows daily with an extra showing on weekends. The sound is big and so are the seats, creating a comfortable movie watching experience. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
This cineplex has several screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
Beginning at 7p on Friday and Saturday nights, enjoy dinner and an audience-participation, whodunit mystery theatre. Group and corporate rates are available, and reservations are advised. The admission fee includes the performance, a four-course meal with choice of Chicken Marcelli, London broil or a vegetable pasta, soup or salad, dessert and coffee or tea. Cocktails are also available. Mystery Cafe is located in the MCM Elegante Albuquerque Hotel & Event Center A full bar is open for diners.
The Jamspot is well hidden amongst residences and commercial buildings but those in the know throng here for their live shows. This hardcore metal spot welcomes fans of all ages and is equipped with a good sound system. Some of their previous listings are Crystal Decadence, Abigail Williams, Erimha and Halcyon.
You will find something for everyone here at the largest state fair in the nation. Start with the Professional Rodeo Association performances in Tingley Coliseum followed by a concert that will showcase 20 internationally known entertainers. Stop by the midway and checkout the excitement of rides and games of skill. The snacks are plentiful with the classic cotton candy, caramel apples, and snow cones. The exhibit halls are packed with the finest arts, crafts and livestock that New Mexico has to offer. The Spanish and The Indian Villages feature great music, dancing, artwork, demonstrations and traditional food.
Some of the biggest shows in New Mexico are held at the Coliseum including the annual State Fair. An interesting feature of this venue is its retractable performance stage. After say, a musical event, the entire stage can be elevated in to the ceiling, leaving the floor bare for other activities. This proves useful during major events such as the National Team Roping Championships and the International Arabian Horse show. Musical tours that have taken place here have showcased artists from Faith Hill to KISS.
The African American Performing Arts Center was inaugurated with much gusto and fervor on June 9, 2007. Since then this performing and visual arts center has been one of the prime venues for a number of events like exhibitions and art displays. It is also a learning place with great amount of information on the achievements and contributions of African-Americans in New Mexico.
Located on the Albuquerque Academy, the Simms Auditorium is a place where a lot of events are held. Leaders in different fields and performers are invited as guest speakers. Alongside, students also showcase their talents beyond the boundaries of classroom. Cultural activities and the academy events are also held here.
Improvisational music means one thing its "Jazz". And this non-profit organization brings this unique art form to more than 25,000 New Mexicans every year. With at least 40 concerts on their performance schedule last year, the group plays salsa, blues, jazz and Latin jazz to the obvious delight of its audiences. They also invite respected names in the jazz world to come to Albuquerque and perform. The highlight of the season is the annual Concert Under the Stars, staged at the Albuquerque Museum Sculpture Garden. This is a volunteer member organization. Office hours vary. Call for availability.
Housed in the Frank A. Peloso Performing Arts Center, the Hiland Theatre is one of the larger performance venues in the center.The Ana Chavira Theatre is another intimate venue within the center. The Center was bought and is now run by the The Musical Theatre Southwest . The theaters and performing centers are dedicated to presenting art, keeping up the quality and standards of the tastes of New Mexican audiences.
One of the ideal spaces to be better acquainted with the underground scene of the city, The Gasworks is a spacious venue located in the McKinley neighborhood of the city. A warehouse that has been converted to being an all ages buzzing space, the venue presents concerts by artists from the city and beyond. Catch a show or two here when in the city, and you can take back a good taste of the music scene here.
As the largest professional orchestra in the state, they perform more than 200 concerts during a single season. Special events fill the nine-month season with classics, Baroque, pop and casual concerts at the Rio Grande Zoo. The New Mexico Orchestra Symphony has been loyal to the community in its commitment to education, with ensemble performances for more than 40,000 children in public and private schools in Albuquerque.