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Taos is New Mexico True
Midland Band


Saturday, July 6, 2024
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Special Guest Zach Top

Show Info

DOORS 5:00pm  •  ALL AGES


VENUE INFO – Kit Carson Park

  • Alcohol: Yes, on site alcohol sales unless otherwise noted.
  • Seating: Grass, can bring blankets and folding chairs. 
  • Outside Food/Drink: No
  • Parking: Street parking near venue/on main drag of Taos
  • ADA: In most cases, yes.

ADA INFO: ADA parking (80 spots) on Civic Plaza Drive next to the ADA entrance. It is then 100 yards on a cement sidewalk to the ADA viewing area, house right that has ADA seats available. 


  • Camping/ lawn chairs are allowed and encouraged. No oversize chairs/ Inflatable couches etc. Be mindful of size and space for fellow patrons.
  • Small blankets: Space is limited. No claiming spaces with LARGE blankets or tarps. Be respectful and make rooms for others. 
  • A sealed water bottle or empty refillable bottle. We will have FREE water filling stations
  • Sunscreen and hats! 
  • No Outside ALCOHOL or FOOD. No Coolers.  Food and beverage vendors will be on-site.  See list below.
  • No backpacks, bags or large purses.  Clutch Purses and small clear bags are allowed, but subject search. 
  • No Umbrellas or Shade Structures.
  • NO WEAPONS (including any kind of knives). 
  • No animals.
  • No full-size chairs.  Only low profile chairs are allowed.  

About Midland

Double Grammy® nominees Midland have sought to reintroduce the Western plains, Laurel Canyon-cum-Bakersfield and Lone Star juke joints to Country music since coming together at a friend’s wedding over common influences and the need for a return to this sort of post-Urban Cowboy Country. For lead singer/guitarist Mark Wystrach, bassist/vocalist Cameron Duddy and lead guitarist/vocalist Jess Carson, the double platinum hit “Drinkin’ Problem” set the stage for their critically acclaimed On The Rocks and No. 1 Billboard Top Country Albums debut Let It Roll to unite classic country fans, hipsters and media including Entertainment Weekly, GQ, The Washington Post, Vogue, Esquire, Variety, Rolling Stone Country and NPR. Based in Dripping Springs, Texas, the trio of songwriters who developed their sound at Tornillo, Texas’ storied Sonic Ranch have been building a following that’s sold-out the Houston Rodeo and Livestock Show, packed a multiple-night stand at Ft. Worth’s iconic Billy Bob’s and re-opened North Hollywood’s legendary Palomino Club for one night only. Bringing listeners a resurgence of their thick harmonies, sad melodies, tart lyrics, and steel guitar with their latest album The Last Resort: Greetings From (Big Machine Records) the retro-Nuevo trio has grown from bar band to an in-demand headliner who has even put together their own cruise setting sail April 2024 ( For more on Midland and tour updates, visit