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El Paso Scene July 2013

El Paso Scene July 2013

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A monthly guide to community entertainment, recreation and culture in the El Paso/So. NM/Juarez area
A monthly guide to community entertainment, recreation and culture in the El Paso/So. NM/Juarez area

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Published by: epscene on Jun 28, 2013
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JULY 2013
Your monthly guide to communityentertainment, recreation & culture
‘Tijuana toBrownsville:Contemporary ArtAlong the Border’
The Bienal Cd. Juárez/El Paso Biennial 2013 showcases the worksof over 40 artists at the El Paso Museum of Art and the Museo deArte INBA in Juárez. The exhibition continues through Aug. 18
Left: Qué viva la Bowie / Hooray for BowieGaspar Enriquez, San Elizario, Texas2011Acrylic on paper (airbrush), 70 x 24 in.
Viva McKelligon
— There’smore to the canyon than the annualsummertime pageant.
Page 29
Summer Fun for Kids
— It’snot too late to sign up your kids forsummer camps and classes. Art,music, nature, science, sports andmore!
Pages 30-33
‘Fast-Food Momma’‘Mamá-comida-rápida,’ 2012Anthony Lazorko, Mesilla, NMColor woodcut on paper, 17 x 11 in.‘Cruz and José,’ 2011, Vincent N. Figliola, Las Cruces, N.M. Oil on panel 30 x 30 in.
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Downtown Street Festival
— The eventencompasses the entire El Paso ConventionCenter area, including the Abraham ChavezTheatre and the Union Plaza District, withstages of live music including the main stage,rock stage and Latin stage, food, games 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday,
 June 28-29
.Tickets: $20 in advance; $30 at the gate; $5 age12 and younger at the gate. Two-day combo tickets: $35 in advance only; limited supply. Advance tickets available at 7-Eleven Alonstores. Information: 544-9550 or klaq.com.The Street Festival includes four outdoor stages filled with non-stop music, vendor booths offering he tastes, novelties and crafts of El Paso, a children’s carnival area and activitiesfor the whole family.Friday’s Main Stage headliner is Bush (“Alien,”“Glycerine,” “Machinehead,” “Mouth”) with Adelita’s Way.Saturday’s Main Stage headliner is Third EyeBlind (“Jumper,’ “Semi-Charmed Life,” “Never Let You Go.”). Opening acts are Tyler Bryantand the Shakedown, and Lit.Fireworks follow around 10 p.m. each night.The event is one of the largest annual festivalsin El Paso, attracting 20,000 to 30,000 peopleor more each year.
Miss Earth Texas and Teen Earth Texas
— The “beauty with a cause” pageants areSaturday,
 June 30
, at UTEP’s Magoffin Auditorium. Pageants are the preliminaries for  the 2013 Miss Earth United States. Preliminary events are 1 p.m. with finals at 6 p.m. Tickets:$20 preliminaries; $25 finals (Ticketmaster).Information: missearthtexas.com.
 Ysleta Mission Festival
— The annual fies- ta is
 July 12-14
at Our Lady of Mt. CarmelChurch, 131 S. Zaragosa (at Alameda), with livemusic, authentic southwest cuisine cooked by mission families, game booths, carnival ridesand more. Hours are 5:30 p.m. to 1 a.m.Friday, 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday and 4 to 10p.m. Sunday. Admission is free to all events.Information: 859-9848 or ysletamission.org.Friday’s headliners are Ruben Ramos, withExito and Inolvidable.Saturday’s headliners are Radio La Chusma, with folklorico groups, Skarabajo and We BeFore.Sunday’s headliner is River City Band withGuitar Slim, and Matachines and Tigua SocialDances. Ysleta Mission is the second oldest practicingchurch in the United States and the oldest mis-sion in Texas. Proceeds from the annual festival go towards maintaining the mission and sur-rounding grounds.
NvUS Charity Meet
— NvUS Car Club’sfamily-oriented car meet benefiting Wounded Warrior Project is noon to 5 p.m. Sunday,
 July 14
, at Cohen Stadium, 9700 Gateway North,featuring the NvUS CEO. Roll-in for partici-pants is 8 a.m. to noon (no burn-outs or revving during show). Restrooms and food ven-dors available. Spectator admission is free; $5donation for WWP from participants and spec- tators appreciated. Information: Matt Soto,(575) 442-3078 or Jay Hernandez, (915) 760-7455.Open to all types of vehicles from 4x4,Lowrider, Classic, Hot Rod, Motorcycles,Imports, Domestics, etc. This is just ameet/show and shine (not a car show). Only awards given are for “Most Donations by aTeam” and “Most Team Participation.”
Texas Tattoo Showdown Festival
— The4th annual tattoo and music festival noon to 11p.m. Friday through Sunday,
 July 19-21
, at ElPaso County Coliseum, with more than 200 tattoo artists from around the globe, tattoocompetitions and live music. Tickets: $25 per day; $45 weekend pass. Limited number of $40presale weekend pass tickets available at bothHouse of Pain locations (11335 Montwood and1550 Hawkins). Information: 626-4799 or tex-astattooshowdownfestival.com.Headliners include Three Days Grade andExodus Friday; GlasJaw and El Paso band TheRoyalty Saturday and New Found Glory andLess Than Jack Sunday. Other performersinclude The Bronx, Adam Gontier, TheTriggers, Fidlar, The Patch of Sky, RareIndividuals, The Black Coats, Cat As Trophy,Bash, That’s My Bike Punk, The Slinksters,Fixed Idea and more.
may 2000
 July 2013
Behind the Scene
Scene Spotlight
Here’s the Ticket
Music, Comedy
Taking a Look Back
History Lessons
Viva Juárez
McKelligon Canyon27-29
Summer Fun for Kids
At the Museum
El Paso FishNet
SW Art Scene
Gallery Talk
On Stage
Stage Talk
Keep on Bookin'
Film Scene
Liner Notes
August Preview
El Paso Scene User’s Guide
Advertiser Index
Subscription Form
El Paso ScenePage 3 July 2013
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