From Gabriel Iglesias to Chicago , Monster Jam to Metallica, there are some pretty cool concerts and events coming to our little corner of the desert over the next couple of months.

Here’s a month-by-month look at some of the best entertainment coming to El Paso through March 2019 to get tickets for now.

Note: This is only an overview and not meant to be a comprehensive list of every single event in El Paso. Dates and times are subject to change or cancelled at the discretion of the event organizers.

JANUARY

Jan. 29-30, 'Jersey Boys': The Broadway musical tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. [Tickets + Info]

FEBRUARY

Feb. 2, Wine Time at Epic Railyard: 100+ wines from all over the world to fill up your souvenir wine glass with. They've got the wine if you've got the time [Tickets + Info]

Feb. 8, Valentine’s Super Love Jam: Valentine’s Day comes early for fans of soul and R&B classics when Old School acts Zapp, Ready for the World, Midnight Star and more visit the Don Haskins Center. [Tickets + Info]

Feb. 14, Willie Nelson: Legend. Country music star. Lover of all things cannabis. Beto supporter. [Tickets + Info]

Feb. 22, Gabriel Iglesias: El Paso’s favorite fluffy comedian is bringing his new comedy world tour, Beyond the Fluffy, to the Don Haskins Center. [Tickets + Info]

Feb. 26, Chicago: The Grammy Award winning and 2016 Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame inductees return to the Plaza for a night of ’70s horn-based pop rock hits and '80s soft-rock ballads. [Tickets + Info]

Feb. 28, Metallica: Iconic rockers will come armed with a career-spanning setlist that will be performed on a 360-degree stage setup. [Tickets + Info]

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MARCH

March 2-3, Monster Jam: No less than 12 of the most popular twelve-feet-tall, ten-thousand-pound machines rip up Sun Bowl Stadium. [Tickets + Info]

March 16, Earth, Wind & Fire: Ba de ya de ya de ya, Ba de ya de ya de ya, Ba de ya de ya de ya de ya. The Grammy Award-winning Rock and Roll Hall of Famers bring its horn-accented brand of R&B/pop to the Don Haskins Center. [Tickets + Info]

March 31, Bad Bunny: The Latin trap king and his tiny sunglasses return to the Sun City. Hip-hop, reggaeton, trap ... el conejo knows how to party. [Tickets + Info]