‘Beats On The Basin’ Winter Concert Series Brings Music to the Mountain

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The annual “Beats on the Basin” winter concert series brings some of New Mexico’s best musical talent to Ski Santa Fe. The popular events are held midway up the ski mountain at Totemoff’s Lodge through March and will feature performances from top local talent, including Porter Draw, Anthony Leon and the Chain, Milkdrive and Rose’s Pawn Shop.

‘Beats On The Basin’ Winter Concert Series Brings Music to the Mountain

Presented by SantaFe.com and Ski Santa Fe, the 8th annual “Beats on the Basin” concert series – a winter music concert series returns, featuring a host of live, local bands, 2-11, 2-25, 3-10, & 3-24 Noon to 3 p.m.

“This is the 4th year that this concert series has provided support and awareness for the Adaptive Ski Program." said Adaptive Ski Program Director, Katya Franzgen.

Presented by SantaFe.com and Ski Santa Fe, the 8th annual “Beats on the Basin” concert series – a winter music concert series returns, featuring a host of live, local bands, taking place from noon to 3 p.m., Feb. 11, Feb. 18, Feb. 25, Mar. 10 and Mar. 24 at Ski Santa Fe’s Totemoff’s Lodge, located at the midway point of the mountain.

Bands scheduled to perform include Porter Draw, Anthony Leon and the Chain, Milkdrive and Rose’s Pawn Shop. Admission to the concerts is free to all skiers on the mountain with a lift pass, making this concert series a low cost fun affair for anyone interested in enjoying the festivities. The “Beats on the Basin” concerts start at noon and the music continues until 3 p.m.. Concert dates are as follows:

  •     February 11: Porter Draw
  •     February 25: Anthony Leon and the Chain
  •     March 10: Milkdrive
  •     March 24: Rose's Pawn Shop

The series supports the Adaptive Ski Program, a Santa Fe-based nonprofit devoted to providing safe, supportive ski and snowboard lessons to adults and children living with disabilities. The Adaptive Ski Program is offered at three ski areas in New Mexico including Ski Santa Fe, Sandia Peak Ski Area and Pajarito Mountain in Los Alamos. “We are proud to again provide Ski Santa Fe skiers and snowboarders with top-notch musical entertainment during ‘Beats on the Basin,’ said Adaptive Ski Program Director, Katya Franzgen. “This is the 4th year that this concert series has provided support and awareness for the Adaptive Ski Program, which since 1985, has provided access to the thrill and fun of skiing to those individuals living with physical and/or cognitive challenges.”

Ski Santa Fe, located 16 miles from downtown Santa Fe, boasts a base area elevation of 10,350 feet above sea level. The ski area features 7 ski lifts including one quad chair lift, two triple chair lifts, two double chair lifts, and two conveyor lifts. The mountain has a 12,075 foot summit, 1,725 vertical feet of skiing, 660 acres of terrain, 77 ski trails, with the longest run measuring 3 miles. Ski Santa Fe services and amenities include a PSIA certified ski school, the Chipmunk Corner Children’s Center, the new “The Bone Yard” freestyle terrain park, and Children’s Adventure Land. Ski Santa Fe receives an average of 225 inches of snowfall and snowmaking equipment covering 50 percent of the mountain. The ski area is located within the Santa Fe National Forest.

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