5034 N. Desert Blvd
El Paso, TX 79912
Phone: (915) 585-2008
Fax: (915) 581-7027
5034 N. Desert Blvd, El Paso, TX, US, 79912
- Phone: (915) 585-2008
- Fax: (915) 581-7027
A 14 screen movie theater that shows first-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films plus offers a large concession stand. Office phone: 915-587-5145
This chamber orchestra and choir holds a series of concerts from October through April.
Fiesta Lanes is the quintessential bowling spot, where the smell of grease along the ball retrievers and the crack of pins is pervasive throughout. Every night of the week, patrons love their specials, on Mondays it's unlimited bowling with food included! On Thursdays, its dollar beers and 25-cent wings. The place is also great for families, as they have party packages and events for the little ones as well as adults.
In the midst of the scenic Franklin Mountains lies the McKelligon Canyon Amphitheatre, a venue that holds over 1,500 spectators. The theater hosts a number of events throughout the year, from plays and concerts to dance and opera, there is something for all ages. During the summer, the amphitheater presents its 'Cool Canyon Nights' series, it's free to public and always a nice entertainment option in the hot desert. See website for upcoming activities and a complete calendar of events.
Who would have thought that one can find a conveniently sequestered, peaceful, and gorgeous venue, just a few miles away from the chaos of the city center? But that is exactly what is on offer at Grace Gardens. Appropriately named, this tranquil patch of land offers a stunning location for your special event, be it a wedding, a meeting, or any other event. There are three spaces available: the Ballroom, the Tent Pavilion, and the Pond Island. So, take your pick of venue, and be sure to get set for a memorable evening at Grace Gardens.
UTEP's Magoffin Auditorium, a very large lecture hall, holds a variety events, from concerts to theater to lectures, naturally. It can seat nearly 1,200, and is fully equipped audio/visually-wise and lighting-wise. Check website for upcoming events.
Sun Bowl Stadium is located on the campus of the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). It was built in 1963 and can hold nearly 52,000 rabid fans cheering on their beloved Miners. The stadium also hosts the annual Sun Bowl, the Sports World Sun Bowl 5k Run & 1-Mile Fun Walk, alongside many other events. Check the website for complete calendar.
A popular music venue with the students, the Lowbrow Palace is located in the Rim-University of El Paso. It presents an interesting line-up of artists from all over the country and it's usually crowded with locals seeking a place to let their hair down. Opened in 2010, this bar usually features diverse performances suitable for all types. If you don't like the music, the spot is usually relaxed enough to enjoy a drink over the soft din.
This lavish outdoor summer production celebrates the 400-year history of the border area with song, dance, and drama.
UTEP 's prolific Dinner Theatre has been churning out show after entertaining show since 1983, when a lowly undergraduate suggested that such a venue be a created. Now with well over 100 productions under his belt, director Greg Taylor has seen his suggestion become a delightful reality. The Dinner Theatre has done such plays as The Producers, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Evita and many others. See website to see what's on currently.
Located in El Paso Texas, this university is an integral part of EL Paso. UTEP has a number of spaces within it's campus for hosting various types of events and shows. Featured event spaces include Don Haskins Centre, Sun Bowl Stadium, Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall and Magoffin Auditorium. Also available is a facility to house art exhibits. Each venue has its own distinct features and is complete with state-of-the-art amenities, audio-visual effects and ample seating space. Stages, tables, chairs and lecterns and other necessary equipment can also be arranged for. The Special Facilities Management at the University of Texas at El Paso maintains the facilities at UTEP.
With a capacity of 11,767 people, the Don Haskins Center is the largest sports and concert venue in the city. It was named after a basketball coach here at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) and today it still hosts college hoops as well as boxing, wrestling and pre-season NBA games. Occasionally, the DHC hosts live music, in the past Fleetwood Mac and Aerosmith have graced the stage here as well as many other big name acts. For a complete calendar of events, check the website.