Top Concerts and Events Coming to El Paso in 2020
From to Pitbull to KISS, Monster Jam to Baby Shark Live, there are some pretty cool concerts and events set for our little corner of the desert in the first quarter of 2020.
By far, March is the month with the most number of tasty shows on the calendar. The iconic Cher will be stopping in with her Here We Go Again tour, as well as chart-topping singer Prince Royce. If rock and roll is more your style, the legendary KISS -- currently on its End of the Road Tour -- will be swinging through town for the last time ever.
But February and April have some swagger too. Here’s a month-by-month look at some of the best entertainment coming to El Paso in the next few months.
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.
Feb. 1, Wine Time at Epic Railyard: 100+ wines from all over the world to fill up your souvenir wine glass with. New this year is two tasting sessions, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. [Tickets + Info]
Feb. 1-2, Roald Dahl's Charlie & Chocolate Factory: You know it better as 'Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory'. Golden Tickets, Oompa-Loompas, and show-stopping tunes. [Tickets + Info]
Feb. 14, Jo Koy: Funny, funny guy. It's called the Just Kidding World Tour, but he's not. It's funny cuz it's true. [Tickets + Info]
Feb. 14, Valentine’s Freestyle Love Jam: Spend Valentines night at the Don with some of Freestyle's biggest artists, including Stevie B, Lisa Lisa, and Debbie Deb. [Tickets + Info]
Feb. 21, Alan Jackson: The Country Music Hall of Famer performs the hits. [Tickets + Info]
Feb. 22, Pitbull: Mr. 305 returns to the 915. Dále. [Tickets + Info]
March 5, Harry Connick Jr.: It's being billed as "an intimate performance". Sounds super-sexy. [Tickets + Info]
March 6, Cher: The legendary performer belts out all your favorites. Nile Rodgers & CHIC will open. [Tickets + Info]
March 7-8, 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 7, El Paso Symphony Orchestra Presents the Music of Selena: Selena Quintanilla vocalist Isabel Marie Sanchez performs all the iconic hits [Tickets + Info]
March 9, KISS: Shout it Out Loud, ya'll, KISS is on its farewell tour and this time they mean it. [Tickets + Info]
March 12-15, Cirque Du Soleil OVO: 52 performing artists in over 10 different high level acrobatic acts [Tickets + Info]
March 14, Dwight Yoakam: The two-time Grammy Award winner brings his unique blend of country music to the Abraham Chavez Theater. [Tickets + Info]
March 26, The Office! A Musical Parody: Unauthorized parody of the hit TV show. [Tickets + Info]
March 29, Prince Royce: Bachata + contemporary R&B + party time = this guy. [Tickets + Info]
April 2, Nick Cannon Presents Wild 'N Out Live: Comedy, variety and game show all on one stage. [Tickets + Info]
April 7-12, Les Misérables: New production of the Tony Award-winning Broadway show. [Tickets + Info]
April 9, Baby Shark Live: Based on the dance video about a family of sharks that became a global phenomenon. [Tickets + Info]
April 22, ZZ Top: Just let me know if you wanna go to that home out on the range. They got a lot of nice girls. [Tickets + Info]