Free Popular Evening at Balloon Museum Features All-Ages Entertainment
The Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum will present Caribbean and global music by Frank Leto during “Stories in the NIGHT Sky” on Wednesday, July 22nd. Leto is an early childhood educator, a Montessori teacher with tremendous sensitivity to the needs of young children. He is also a professional musician, Orff music teacher and steel band director.
Frank Leto’s Steel Drum, global music for young children, begins at 6 p.m. Frank and Pilar Leto Extravaganza will follow from 7 – 8 p.m. with Caribbean music and dancing to energize this summer night with bright music and bright costumes. The program is free.
The popular summer series “Stories in the Night Sky” draws people of all ages to the North Grounds for evenings of great entertainment. This summer program will finish off with one final concert.
The audience is welcome to bring their own picnics (no glass or alcohol), or can enjoy the delicious offerings of Albuquerque food trucks throughout the summer including Street Food Institute and JP’s Famous Frozen Custard.
Bring blankets, shade and lawn chairs and have a relaxing evening outdoors enjoying some lively entertainment.
Since it opened in 2005, the Balloon Museum has welcomed nearly 750,000 visitors from Albuquerque and many other communities in New Mexico, as well as from across the country and around the world. Through its extensive collection of artifacts, interactive special exhibitions, and engaging educational programs, the Museum is a gateway to science, exploration, and discovery. The Museum is open year round and hosts many community-oriented special events, features unique art and architecture, and offers distinctive rental spaces for meetings, weddings and receptions, and other celebrations.