Sunday, September 19, get an up-close look at classic rides and soak up El Paso’s “Chicano culture, traditions, and history” at the 17th annual Lincoln Park Day celebration.

From Zoot Suit-wearing vatos to lovingly restored ranflas that have been tricked out so sweet they draw more ooohs and aaaahs than a Fourth of July fireworks show, the yearly event puts El Chuco’s heritage on display for a whole afternoon.

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What to Know If You Plan to Go

Lincoln Park Day is Sunday, September 19, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and is free to attend.

Entertainment and activities scheduled include a lowrider car show hosted by Latin Pride car club, folkloric dance groups and Matachines, a “Tree of Life” presentation, and a concert featuring local group Exito Band.

Food trucks and vendors will be selling their eats and drinks, but you are also welcome to grill out or picnic in the park.

Masks

The Lincoln Park Conservation Committee recommends and requests everyone mask up when moving around the Lowrider exhibits and when purchasing something from one of the vendors. Masks will be optional when in your picnic area or when eating and drinking.

How to Get There

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Lincoln Park is located at 4001 Durazno Street. Also known as Chicano Park, the South-Central El Paso park is the grassy area under the Spaghetti Bowl with all those colorful murals painted on the freeway columns.

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