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Unique Events:

Saturday April 21, Big Swing Theory, Come join us as Big Swing Theory takes the stage! This is an All Ages Show with a $10 General Admission. Show at 7PM. Dance the night away with Big Swing Theory, who always brings the best in Swing & Jump Blues music to every performance. Big Swing Theory, 7PM Showtime. $5 general admission.

Friday, April 27, The NoSeeUms, Come rock out with some fresh local Taos talent!

The NoSeeUms: You may know Noseeums as those pesky little bugs that pack a punch despite their size. But The Noseeums band will leave you with a much different kind of sting...

The Noseeums spend their time playing locally in and around the Taos area. They developed a reputation in the area, and became the center of the bluegrass scene. The ensemble features a resurgence of new material, funkier and jammier than ever, The Noseeums can once again be "seen", and heard! The NoSeeUms, 7PM Showtime. $5 general admission.

Weekly Events:

Every Monday at 6 p.m., Art n' a Glass with Jim Cox sponsored by Taos Art Supply. Paint away those Monday blues at Art n' a Glass! You're the Artist! A night of painting in a social setting. No experience required! Learn the fundamentals of painting with local professional Artist Jim Cox. Templates available. Take your painting home! Limited space available. $30 per event! Admission includes: Canvas, Paint, Brushes, and 2 Glasses! Hand Selected Special Wines Weekly!

Every Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. is Fiesta Tuesdays with Daniel Cordova on KTAO 101.9FM. It's also Fiesta Tuesdays in the Club! Food Specials from 6-9 and a Pool Table available for everyone all night!

Every Tuesday and Friday, KTAOS Solar Volleyball League, KTAOS Solar Volleyball League in your Community's Backyard!!! (Weather Permitting) Every Tuesday and Friday!
FREE- No Teams Necessary - Doors open at 3. Games Commence at 5 p.m.

Every Thursday, "The KTAOS Solar Center" is holding another weekly installment of their "Ladies' Night" featuring great music performed by Katy P and the Business 3.0! Ladies get into the show free of charge, and guys have a $5 cover. Show begins at 9 p.m., come dance the night away! Ages 21 and up only.

KTAOS is located at 9 State Road 150 in El Prado, where the 150 and 68 freeways meet. For more information, please visit ktaos.com, become a fan at facebook.com/KTAOS101.9FM, or follow us at twitter.com/KTAOS.

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