2023 New Mexico Pride Pageant

NOV 12 2022


Fall Gospel Celebration

November 4th
6 pm

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Come out and enjoy a night of Worship with Jeffrey Pelrean and Created to Worship, along with The Albuquerque Fellowship Mass Choir, and Kingdom Remix. This will be an awesome event. If you love Gospel music, you definitely want to be here on November 4th. See you there!!



African American Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce Celebration

NOV 5 | 2022
7 - 9pm
Celebrate the inaugural African American Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce celebration of black-owned businesses. Featuring, 2021 NAACP Image award winner, 4x grammy nominated, The Baylor Project.


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New Mexico 2022 Natural Championships (In Memory of Rajon Garza)

OCT 22


Pre-Sale | $40 At the Show | $50

Get Out The Vote Forum!!!

October 18th
6pm to 8pm
Meet and hear from the candidates for Gubernatorial, U.S. Congress State Representatives, and County Sheriff campaigns!!! Come prepared with your questions and concerns !! BE HEARD !!!!!


Shades Of Greatness........ Art inspired by Negro League Baseball

July 9th thru August 26th
11:00 am - 4:00 pm Daily
Shades of Greatness: "Art Inspired by Negro League Baseball" was commissioned in 2003 by the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. It includes a diverse offering of works from a very diverse group of national artists inspired by the history of African American Baseball. Come by and revel at the amazing works of the renown artists and how they see and have seen baseball through the African American Perspective. Exhibit is open from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm Daily. Entry fee is only $10. See you soon.


Available at the Front desk

Afriquerque Series

May 20th




8:OO AM - 12:30 PM
FREE!!! FREE!!! FREE!!! FREE!!!FREE!!!! Need something for your kids to get involved in this summer? Well here it is!!!!! ARTRAGEOUS SUMMER CAMP at the African American Performing Arts Center, located at 310 San Pedro will begin on Monday June 20th and run through Friday June 24th. Students will be working on Dance, choreography, creative movement art, prop building, drawing, painting, puppetry, and soooo much more!!!!! The event will conclude with a final performance on Friday for ALL the families of student involved!!! Also if you would like to volunteer to help with the program click the link above and sign up. See you all soon!!!


FREE EVENT !!!!!!!

Walls Group

April 29th and 30th

Registration is for kids between the ages of 8 to 17 years of age. Students will learn the fundamentals of choir, and will also get to sing along with The Walls Group on the evening of the 30th. Must be registered to participate.

Also we will be featuring local artist: Lady Rosalind Jones and the New Mexico Mass Choir, along with Erin Vega Live Art, and The VIIIZONAIRES!!!


The Mountaintop by Katori Hall

Mar. 10th - 13th
10th -12th: 7:30pm. Doors open at 7:00 | 13th: 2:00pm
The play is a daring and poignant re-imagining of Dr. Martin Luther King’s last night on earth. Set at the Lorraine Hotel in Memphis, on April 3, 1968, as a storm rages outside, Dr. King retires after delivering his famous “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech, when he is visited by a mysterious stranger with some intriguing news. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Katori Hall says, “It was really important for me to show the human side of King. During that time, he was dealing with the heightened threat of violence, he was tackling issues beyond civil rights - economic issues, the Vietnam war. So I wanted to explore the emotional toll and the stress of that. King changed the world, but he was not a deity. He was a man, a human being like me and you. So it was important to show him as such: vulnerable.” First produced in New York in 2011, The Mountaintop has been called, “ audacious as it is inventive...a thrilling, wild, provocative flight of magical realism....Hall keeps her audience guessing - this is playwriting without a net.” - Associated Press. Directed by L. Zane Jones Produced by Morgan Godbolt and Emily Rankin Starring: André Brown Asiah Thomas-Mandlman


$35.00 $25.00 for Seniors buy online or at the door.