Lowriders, Live Music Highlight Lincoln Park Day 2023 – See What’s In Store
El Paso’s “Mexican American culture and traditions” will be on full display this Sunday at the 19th annual Lincoln Park Day.
From Zoot Suit-wearing vatos to lovingly restored ranflas, the yearly event puts El Chuco’s heritage on display all afternoon.
Lincoln Park – also known as Chicano Park -- is the grassy area under the Spaghetti Bowl that you've no doubt passed countless times on your way to and from the west side.
Part of the historic El Segundo Barrio (Spanish for "the Second Neighborhood"), the iconic South Central green-space is known for the colorful murals painted on the freeway columns.
The works of art are so El Paso that when actor Wilmer Valderrama was in town for a promotional stop in July of 2021 he posed in front of one of them and shared the photo on his social media.
The park is also home to the historic Lincoln Center, the future site of the Mexican American Cultural Institute.
Lincoln Park Day 2023
Get up-close and lay eyes on classic rides and “low-lows” during the city’s biggest Lowrider car show. Hosted by Latin Pride car club, the car show will feature local and regional lowriders and car clubs.
Mark Moses, the former lead singer of the now defunct El Paso band Border Roots, will be part of the entertainment that will also include Matachines and Ballet Folklorico dance groups.
A presentation of 4 restored T-murals will take place as well.
What to Know If You Plan to Go
Lincoln Park Day is Sunday, September 17, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and is free to attend.
Food trucks and vendors will be selling their eats and drinks, but you are also welcome to grill out or picnic in the park.
How to Get to Lincoln Park
Lincoln Park is located at 4001 Durazno Street.