Designed as the center focal point of the hotel, CAVA Santa Fe features myriad entertainment options and serves as Santa Fe’s community living room and meeting space. This Eldorado lobby bar, the heart of the hotel, is designed as a place to gather and enjoy a Santa Fe happy hour or inspired dining.
CAVA Santa Fe ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE
Every Saturday evening through March 23rd at CAVA Santa Fe -- 6-9pm
|Roberto Gonzales has been a staple of the local music scene for over 30 years. He began playing guitar in his teens and went on to study guitar at Highlands University in Las Vegas, New Mexico. After finishing his music education degree, he studied guitar privately with master Antonio Mendoza. He performed for over ten years with the late New Mexican flamenco guitarist Ruben Romero and rode the wave of Nouveau Flamenco in Santa Fe in the 90s started by Ottmar Leiberte. Roberto regularly performs solo in Santa Fe as well accompanying many well known local musicians; such as Jose Valle Chuscales, Joaquin Gallegos, and many other. His ability to interpret traditional Mexican, New Mexican, and Latin American Music, as well as perform classical, jazz, and bossa nova styles, allows him to interpret all these musical traditions through his overall flamenco-style approach to guitar.|
|Half Broke Horses|
|Riding in on the high desert of Santa Fe, Half Broke Horses plays a danceable blend of Honky Tonk and Americana. Wrangling songs from both traditional country and alt-country, they craft a fresh take on the classics and newer tunes, drawing inspiration from 3 chords and the truth. Each member brings a wealth of influences and talent to the stage. Whether playing up-tempo, toe-tappin’ tunes or harmonizing on a soul searching ballad, Half Broke Horses draws you in. Immerse yourself in the honk-tonk and heart-infused Americana of Half Broke Horses.|
|Miriam Levanah Kass is a promising singer songwriter known in her hometown for her memorable performances on Santa Fe's historic plaza. Miriam began writing songs at the age of 9 in Ashland, Oregon where her guitar teacher recognized her talent and mentored her in songwriting. She has written over 150 songs for guitar and vocals, and has recorded many original songs and produced several CDs. Miriam has written songs for significant events like Santa Fe's annual festival of Zozobra. She has earned an income playing local venues, and has opened for popular bands. Miriam, continues to develop her craft as a singer songwriter, working every day to find new meaning in her music and lyrics. Miriam's music defies easy description, combining Acoustic Pop, folk, and americana. Some describe Miriam as Norah Jones meets Jewel, mixing grit and insight. She brings an interpretative depth far beyond her years. This maturity is revealed through her profound lyrical and emotional expression. You can find Miriam playing live at local venues around town, and hosting bi-weekly Open Mic Nights at the Santa Fe Oxygen and Healing Bar.|
CAVA Santa Fe Lounge Hours
Open Friday and Saturday: 5p.m. - 10p.m.
Happy Hour: Fridays 5 - 7p.m.