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Graham Nash New LP “Now”

Graham Nash New LP “Now”

Two-time Rock & Roll
Hall of Fame inductee and founding member
of both the Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash
Graham Nash returns with his first studio
album of new material in seven years, titled
Now. “I believe that my new album Now is the most
personal one I have ever made. At this point in
my life, that’s something to say,” notes Nash.

New Mexico United Soccer Club

New Mexico United Soccer Club

We are New Mexico’s pro soccer team, and we are determined to take soccer, the state and every single fan to the next level. We are something new, we are something unique, and we are something every New Mexican can be proud of. For club, for state, forever… We Are United. Somos Unidos.

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Isotopes Baseball and we have your tickets!

Isotopes Baseball and we have your tickets!

Official ticket link here

2023 schedule

Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park is a cashless facility. Baseball Bucks/Visa/MasterCard/AMEX are accepted for ticket purchases at the Isotopes Park Box Office, Isotopes Pro Shop, Fun Zone Ticket Booth, all permanent concession stands and portable concession stands. Digital forms of payment are also accepted at select locations.The Albuquerque Isotopes encourage fans to leave all bags at home to speed up the entry process into the stadium. If a fan chooses to bring in a bag, the following rules apply: Each fan may carry one bag of any size that is clear plastic, vinyl or PVC. No purses or other bags are permitted in the ballpark. Bags within bags are not permitted – all items must be clearly visible within one acceptable/approved clear bag. For guests with medical or childcare needs such as diapers, wipes, formula, bottles or breast pumps, those items must be brought in a medical or diaper bag and those bags are subject to search upon entry into the stadium. Only childcare or medical items may be carried inside of these bags, all other personal items must be carried in an approved clear bag. Prohibited items are not allowed inside the ballpark (view the list of prohibited items in our A-Z Guide).The University of New Mexico owns and controls most of the parking lots surrounding Isotopes Park and charge Isotopes fans to park in these UNM lots. Payment for parking must be done by credit cards. Cash and Baseball Bucks are not accepted as forms of payment at these lots. Vehicles with four or more people are allowed to park in the Stadium East Lot for free. Vehicles displaying a disabled permit or placard are allowed to park for free at the UNM East Lot. Staff and general public may not park in the three lots on Isotopes Park property (Lots A, B and C). Only credentialed media, disabled, and Suite Holder permit parking is allowed in these lots. Season Ticket Holders who have purchased a discounted permit may park in the Stadium West Lot directly south of Isotopes Park. The permit must be displayed in their vehicles to gain access to the lots. There are a limited number of disabled parking spaces available on a first-come, first-served basis in lots A and C. Overflow disabled parking is available adjacent to the Stadium West Lot directly south of Isotopes Park on a first-come, first-served basis. Availability of parking around the stadium is subject to change.Mobile tickets offer fans convenience and safety by reducing contact at all points of entry. Tickets can not be printed or screenshot. All tickets must be managed digitally. Plan ahead: Mobile tickets should be accessible before proceeding through the security screenings at Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park. Isotopes Plan Holders: Click here for a step-by-step guide on how to access your mobile tickets. Ticketmaster Individual Game Buyers: Click here to access your Ticketmaster account and download your tickets.Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park is a non-smoking facility. We appreciate your cooperation in making the ballpark a safe, fun, family-friendly environment. To help ensure everyone’s safety, Isotopes Park has a no re-entry policy. Guests who wish to exit and re-enter the facility for personal emergencies should be directed to the CNM Guest Services Booth. Re-entry accommodations are up to the discretion of the Albuquerque Isotopes and are limited to emergencies only.Due to the global pandemic caused by COVID-19, the ballpark will operate according to the COVID-Safe Practices (CSPs) approved by the State of New Mexico. Additionally, the facility will operate according to Major League Baseball COVID safety mandates and precautions. The Isotopes Park CSPs are located under the “Rio Grande Credit Union Field at Isotopes Park” tab on the Isotopes website at Please note that in cases where there are inconsistencies between COVID-Safe Practices and normal circumstances, the state-approved CSPs will be implemented.
Parkinson’s Moving Day Walk June 3rd

Parkinson’s Moving Day Walk June 3rd

Event Start: 9:30 AM University of New Mexico

Registration information

Contact: Kristin Courington ph: 720-850-8299 [email protected]

Moving Day is an inspiring and empowering annual fundraising walk event that unites people around the country living with Parkinson’s disease (PD), their care partners and loved ones to help beat PD. Moving Day is more than just a walk. It’s a celebration of movement – proven to help manage Parkinson’s symptoms.

Leading up to the event, participants and teams fundraise to help the Parkinson’s Foundation provide everything people with Parkinson’s need to live better — from lifesaving resources to delivering quality care to more than 196,700 people living with Parkinson’s to improving Parkinson’s treatments through research.


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