ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A unique train ride across the country has made a stop in Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
It's called Station to Station.
Artists and musicians travel from New York to Los Angeles in vintage train cars attached to Amtrak trains.
And at each stop, there is a concert and an art show.
The idea came from artist Doug Aitken who was frustrated that artists like himself didn't have an outlet to showcase their work.
"He was meeting other artists, whether it was musicians or visual artists, who had ideas, but they didn't see light of day because they didn't have a place for them,” said Molly Logan, executive producer of Station to Station.
The Station to Station concerts cost $25 a ticket. The concerts and art shows not only help the artists but also raise money for several museums across the country, including SITE Santa Fe.
The train’s next stop is in Winslow, Ariz.
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