Free Concerts, Family Activities This Friday at Minerpalooza
The UTEP campus is going to get turnt up this Friday night. Fun, food, and lovelytheband will highlight this year's Minerpalooza, the university's biggest party of the year.
The alt-rock trio, most known for their debut hit single, “broken,” which was all over the radio and internet last year will be providing the musical entertainment along with the DJ duo from Oslo, Lemaitre. James Kennedy of the hit TV show "Vanderpump Rules" will also be doing a DJ set.
For the uninitiated, Minerpalooza is the university’s annual beginning of the school year celebration. The part pep rally-part festival includes live music, carnival activities, and appearances by Paydirt Pete, the UTEP football team, cheer squads, and the UTEP band.
Adding to the party-like atmosphere will be a beer and wine garden, as well as food trucks and food booths. Activities for the kids, such as games, inflatable’s and face-painting inside Pete’s Playground will be part of the mix too.
The festival, which takes place in the parking lot of the Larry K. Durham Center at the corner of Glory Road and Sun Bowl Drive, gets underway at 6 p.m. on Friday, August 30.
Admission is free, but food, drinks and kid’s activities will cost you a few bucks. Visit the Minerpalooza website for details and updates.
Jake C DJ set: 6:05 pm
Pep Rally: 7:10 pm
James Kennedy DJ set: 7:40 pm
Lemaitre DJ set: 8:45 pm
lovelytheband: 10:15 pm