El Paso Downtown Streetfest returns: What you need to know

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The El Paso Downtown Street Festival is returning with five band stages this weekend. 

The annual festival is usually held during the summer, but changed to October this year.

Here is everything you need to know about the festival and all the entertainment it brings.

The Basics

Time: 4 p.m. to about Midnight.

Date: Friday Oct. 5 and Saturday Oct. 6.

Where: El Paso Convention Center Campus (indoor and outdoor).

Tickets

Where: At epstreetfest.com or the Plaza Theatre Box Office with fees. At Cool Joe Haircut and Tin Man without fees.

Cost: $15 for General Admission. $65 for VIP ahead of time. Ticket prices will increase at the door.

Whats the difference: VIP ticket includes two complimentary beers, complimentary sodas and waters, a catered meal, prime views of the stage and private lounge, bar and restrooms.

Kids: Tickets are $5 for children 5-12.

In and out: No. 

Entrance

Two entrances. One at Santa Fe Street and Main Street, near the Ballpark. And the second at San Antonio Avenue and the Durango Bridge, near Union Plaza.

Parking

Park will be available at the El Paso Convention Center parking garage. Other nearby garages will be open as well. Prices vary.

Uber and Lyft dropoffs will be at both entrances.

Music

Friday, October 5th 

Dennis DeYoung: The Music of Styx

Jefferson Starship

Mark Farner’s American Band  

Saturday, October 6th 

Jonathan Davis of Korn

September Mourning

Shim Moore

Dead Girls Academy

Also various artists on four smaller stages. Full line up at elpasodowntownstreetfestival.com

Other entertainment

The O’Reilly Auto Pars Championship Custom Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show will held inside the convention center.

U.S.O. Military Village will be free from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. both days near the Western entrance.

What is allowed?

  • Small purses
  • Personal, non-professional cameras
  • Strollers

What is banned

  • Weapons including fireworks or explosives
  • Illegal substances
  • Backpacks
  • Glass containers
  • Outside food or drinks
  • Tents or chairs of any kind
  • Coolers
  • Pets (except service dogs)
  • Professional recording equipment including large, professional, detachable zoom lenses, any drones or other commercial equipment.
  • No unlicensed vendors allowed. No solicitations, sampling, giveaways, etc.

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