WNMU plans "Back Together Bash" in Silver City

Silver City, N.M. – The Western New Mexico University Back Together Bash will kick off the fall 2022 semester with outdoor concerts. The lineup of both country and Tejano/Latin artists and is meant to bring students and the community together on the WNMU campus.

On Friday, August 19, Frank Ray will open for Tenille Arts. On Saturday, August 20, Monica Saldivar will open for La Mafia.

The concerts will take place at Regents Square near where College Ave. meets E St. On both nights, the gate will open at 6:30 p.m., one hour ahead of the 7:30 p.m. concerts.

Advance tickets ($30) will be for sale both in person at Hunter Hall or online at wnmu.edu/culture. Tickets may also be purchased at the gate for $35 per night.

Food trucks and the Stadium Bar will be serving food and beverages both nights. There will be minimal seating, so attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs.

For nearly 130 years, Western New Mexico University has served the people in its region as a comprehensive, rural, public body. As a Hispanic-Serving Institution and the state’s only public Applied Liberal Arts and Sciences university, WNMU is committed to developing cross-cultural opportunities that encourage people to explore new experiences. The WNMU student body represents every segment of southwest New Mexico’s diverse population.

This article originally appeared on Deming Headlight: WNMU plans "Back Together Bash" in Silver City