Hello September and goodbye August! With happiness and a less sweaty face, we can say that August was a massive month for us. From celebrating a big following milestone to celebrating the 80s in a very El Paso-an fashion. August, you were hot stuff, undoubtedly!
Fall is officially 3 and half weeks from now but, oh, how Starbucks has reminded us that it is never too early in the year to get in seasonal spirits with some pumpkin spice EVERYTHING. To welcome this new month in, we have prepared a list of events that will be happening throughout our beloved city. Tune in to the magic El Paso offers!
Ready for some 90s nostalgia? With his wit and original opening monologues, El
Paso welcomes Adam Ramones with his Chavorucos Tour this September 3rd at 9:00 pm in no place else but in El Paso’s Plaza Theater. Not ready to remember the glory of the 90s? How about a musical outing to catch no other than Latin America's 2000s heartthrob, Beto Cuevas, and his bewitching stare? Beto Cuevas will be making an ap-
pearance at 9:30 pm at the Abraham Chavez Theater on September 3rd as well.
It wouldn’t be a hispanic town without some vintage and classic Latin American
artists. Ask mom or dad if they are interested in seeing Amanda Miguel & Ana Victoria Verdaguer live on their Siempre Te Amare tour, happening on September 16th at 8:30 at the Plaza Theater in downtown El Paso.
Billy the Kid Breakout Show happens September 18th at 1 p.m. at the Old El Paso County Jail Museum. Admission is free and just in case 1 p.m. is not a doable time, this great artistic team will be performing a second show at 3 pm.
Ending on a great note, as commented by MTV’s early 2000s hosts, we welcome Interpol to the Sun City. With 20 years under their belt with nothing but indie post punk jams. These folks will be giving one hell of a show on September 11 at the Plaza Theater. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, HURRY, there’s still a few left at Ticket-master.
We can’t wait to what goodies and new items our vendors will bring to our market this fall. We invite you to check us out Every Sunday at the Hobby Lobby parking lot on the west side of El Paso.