ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR - SEPTEMBER 2012 With several venues and concert halls in the region, El Paso, Las Cruces and Southern New Mexico are often a stop for national touring acts. Local symphonies, dance troops and theatre groups also provide first rate entertainment year round. Select any month below to view the live entertainment options available in the upcoming months.
A moving inspirational musical about overcoming pains from the past in order to live and love again. The characters struggle with losses in their lives. A must see story of healing, forgiving, loving and overcoming.
The Lovin' Spoonful are '60s chart-toppers who combined the best of folk music and rock & roll with a touch of country to make tunefully sweet songs with staying power. Hits like "Do You Believe in Magic," and "Summer in the City."
Fiesta de Las Flores celebrates El Paso's Hispanic heritage with music acts, a huacha tournament, folklorico dancing, mariachis, boxing, food, beverages and lots of family fun. A wonderful celebration of culture and pride.
A fun-filled weekend of delicious NewMexico wines, energetic live music and lots of foods, arts and crafts! Learn about award-winning wines at free seminars, or just browse the tasty treats and beautiful art of local craftspeople!
Country music artist Rodney Atkins is every essence of country. His album, If You're Going Through Hell, produced four #1 singles - "Watching You," "These Are My People," "Cleaning This Gun," and the title cut
Opera For All! features New York city opera star Lauren Flanigan with tributes to the victims of 9/11 and the Juarez violence with a theme of global unity through the music of Puccini, Verdi and many other great favorites.
Man In Black: The Music of Johnny Cash features the most popular songs from his nearly 50-year career. Starring national touring and recording artist Robert Shawand his Lonely Street Band playing your favorite Cash hits.
A night of Cuban Music with drumming legend Jose Luis Quintana "Changuito" and the Rumberos de Cuba. A living legend of modern Cuban music, Changuito is considered most responsible for polyrhythmic Cuban salsa and timba.
Three giants of Latin music together in one concert. Featuring acclaimed singer/producer Marc Anthony, Latin America's preeminent singer/songwriter Marco Antonio Solis, and international pop phenomenon Chayanne.
Phineas, Ferb and the whole gang jump out from behind your TV and onto the stage in a live action adventure! Musical madness abounds in this anything is possible escapade from the creative minds of Disney.
Celebrate Mexican Independence Day at the Mesilla Plaza. With lots of vendor booths, folklorico dances, mariachi music and authentic Mexican cuisine. This festival brings in tourists from around the world.
The grandson of Floyd Cramer highlights the far-reaching influences of his grandfather's "slip notes" as he plays a nostalgic lineup of country, pop and easy listening standards, including many that were penned by Floyd himself.
Canteca de Macao is a fusion of styles from Spain, Venezuela, and Chile. The band, who started playing music in the streets of Madrid, is famous for its eclectic mix of styles, encompassing sounds from ska to flamenco.
This popular free concert series provides a casual way to experience some of the best established and upcoming local bands. This friday will feature the 80's Retro and Dance Hits of PRIME 80's Xperience.
Floyd Cramer's distinctive sound is still alive and powerful today through the music of his grandson, Jason Coleman, who has been playing the piano since he could reach the keys. Jason made his Grand Ole Opry debut at age 17.
Il Volo are a trio of Italian operatic pop teenage tenors who head out on a North American tour this summer. The Italian singing sensations soared in their PBS Special "Il Volo Takes Flight" as well as on their upcoming CD and DVD.
This popular free concert series provides a casual way to experience some of the best established and upcoming local bands. This friday will feature the Tropical and Cumbia rhythms of Magiztral Sonora.
World Premiere of William McGlaghlin's newly commissioned work honoring New Mexico's Centennial Celebration. Featuring Pip Clarke on Violin, and music from Johann Strauss Jr., Lee Actor, and Ottorino Respighi.