See the Stars at Leasburg Dam
Leasburg Dam State Park (MAP) has a Monthly Night Sky program on the first Saturday of each month. I understand that there is no music program tomorrow evening, Saturday, August 4; so, you may want to wait until about 7:30 PM to get to the park. (Sunset is about 8:00.)
According to Sky and Telescope:
"This week four bright planets shine at once during twilight, if you have low horizons in the right places. From right to left, they're Venus low in the west, Jupiter higher in the southwest, Saturn at about the same height in the south-southeast, and brilliant Mars low in the southeast. Best view: about 45 to 60 minutes after sunset."
"The starry band of the Milky Way passes between the Teapot and the golden planet Saturn. It lies about midway between the spout of the Teapot (Sagitarrius) and Saturn this year." (earthsky.org) You might even catch the Lagoon Nebula.
Astronomers consider Leasburg Dam SP to be a quality night sky. Weather permitting, the observatory and it's 16 inch research grade telescope will also be available for you to look through. Volunteers from the ASLC, Astronomical Society of Las Cruces, will be on hand to assist visitors with the telescopes and answer questions.