The 2017 FREE Summer Concert Series.
The Summer Concert Series is presented FREE to the public by the County of
Los Alamos and the businesses, professionals, and neighbors in our community.
The Series is coordinated and managed by Russ Gordon of Gordons' Concerts
of Los Alamos, New Mexico. This series of Friday evening concerts-in-the-park
spans the summer from mid May into early September and is held at various
locations around the county.
Check out this year's lineup of music and entertainment...
View the 2017 Concert Flier Here!
At Ashley Pond.
The great singer-songwriter-performer returns. Winner of Americana Association's
"Lifetime Achievement Award." Host "Music City Roots" TV show. Country, bluegrass,
roots rock and R&B. LANB Night.
At Ashley Pond.
Americana and roots/rock superstar. LA County Fair and Rodeo Night.
At Ashley Pond. American Cancer Society's Relay for Life Night with LA Medical Center.
Brazilian jazz & Flamenco guitar master.
Big Sandy & His Fly-Rite Boys
Ashley Pond. Holiday Inn Express Night.
Rock, rockabilly & roots-rock.
Go to September Concert Schedule
Each year thousands of residents and visitors take advantage of our beautiful Ashley Pond Park. Pull up a lawn chair and enjoy an eclectic variety of talent from rock to blues, jazz, country, Latin, Americana, African & World rhythms and more, including Russian Rokenroll. At the Pond each week you'll find a variety of hot and cold food and drinks provided by our many vendors.
Don't miss it!
Here's a growing list of our 2017 sponsors. If you want to contribute to the Series, please Donate Securely by Credit or Debit Card
or send a check to: Gordons' Concerts, 190 Central Park Square, Los Alamos, NM 87544.
P.S. I hope you enjoy this concert season!
Russ Gordon 505.690.2484
A Note to Russ—
We appreciate all you do for our community, these concerts have a way of creating a "town hall meeting every Friday night," fun to see folks just chilling at the end of a work week. So many new folks that have moved to our community see these concerts as a pleasant surprise that adds to their appreciation of their new community. Always fun supporting this event. Count me in next year.
What People Are Saying:
Ana Padilla from Santa Fe said:
Good evening Russ. Thanks again for such a fun concert in such an awesome venue Friday night. It felt like the mountain was absorbing the music and sending it right back to us to enjoy. A good time was had by all.
Cathy Stanhope wrote:
You make LA Rock, with all the great bands and music you bring into town.
Looks like alot more at Ashleys Pond—love that place. Thanks for all your hard work to make this happen!
Dear Russ Gordon,
I just wanted to let you know how much your concerts mean to Los Alamos. You are a local celebrity and legend, because you,
more than anyone else, have joined community and music to bring everyone together.
Amazing concerts aside I just wanted to let you know that I have known you since Gordon's was an arcade and ice cream shop in
White Rock. My little brother beat The Ninja Turtles Arcade game at Gordon's when he was about 7 with a single roll of quarters
and those were some of the best times of my life. When you moved to Los Alamos, I was sad to see the games and ice cream go,
but in my teenage years, I always knew I could walk in, hum a few bars, and you could figure out the track and have the CD in
for me within days.
I live in London now, and constantly wish there was a Gordon's here (I'm so terrible with artist and song names!) I just felt
that, in case no one ever told you, you should know what you mean to the community.
Thanks for everything!
Samantha (Clay) Eldridge
Class of 2002
I try to drive up to Los Alamos on Friday afternoons for the concert and to see my son.
It is such a pleasure to join the Los Alamos community every Friday night—I was there Friday night on June 15th for
The Police Experience. Great concert!
Thanks for the a lovely evening.
All concerts begin at 7pm unless otherwise noted. BRING A LAWN CHAIR.
Meet Russ Gordon|
You may have noticed Russ' fondness of water and how jovial he becomes at Ashley Pond. When Russ was 6 years old, he fell overboard while on a cruise
Meet the 2017 Sponsors|
See the growing list of sponsors:
Los Alamos County, businesses, professionals, and neighbors...