El Paso’s Weekly Concert Update – EPSO + More
Every week, this post will be your once stop shop for music happenings in the Sun City. From up and coming indie bands to Latin American superstars, we will detail who they are and when and where they’re showing up in El Paso.
After last week’s onslaught of live music, things settle down a bit here in the Sun City. Still, there’s plenty to see for every kind of music lover, including the return of the EP Symphony Orchestra.
El Paso Symphony Orchestra – Plaza Theater – Conductor Bohuslav Rattay leads the El Paso Symphony Orchestra in the weekend’s series that features Timpanist Andrew Spencer. The Orchestra will play the Leonard Bernstein’s Overture to Candide, Michael Daugherty’s Raise the Roof for Timpani and Orchestra, and Shstakovich’s Symphony No. 5 in D Minor Op. 47.
Dack Janiels, Creation– Lowbrow Palace – Bouncy, gritty bass and hip hop come together with producer Dack Janiels, whose dubstep infused trap electronic comes to Lowbrow Palace this week. Although not for the faint of heart, the show features a true innovator in the genre meshing style.
Tejas Brothers – The State Line – Country Rock is alive and well in the Sun City, and The State Line’s popular concert series comes in this week with one of Ft. Worth’s most love Texas country groups, whose stage show is noteworthy across the state.
Fighting Hunger Food Bank Benefit – Tricky Falls – The benefit will feature some of the best local bands in the city, including A Mainstreet Marvel, Bitchface, Ralphene, Collisions, Miijas, and Our Friend the Mountain.
Sorry About Your Sister – Alfresco Fridays – The popular series of concerts in the Arts Festival Plaza downtown returns for the summer months, and begins with Sorry About Your Sister, a local Rockabilly group, and a great kickoff to the series of Friday concerts.