• July 28, 2021
 2nd annual Locals Week to feature homegrown El Paso musicians

2nd annual Locals Week to feature homegrown El Paso musicians

El Paso International Music Foundation ‘Local’s Week’ returns with more musicians and more venues.

“The El Paso International Music Foundation’s intent during Locals Week is to highlight and shed a spotlight on our city’s talented musicians to further their mission of connecting the El Paso community and its local artists,” EPIMF Officials shared.

Throughout the year, the non-profit organization has provided local musicians with various workshops, mixers, music business education, and community outreach initiatives.

One of those initiatives includes bridging local artists and the El Paso community during Locals Week.

Last year, Locals Week drew over 2,000 attendees across nine different venues in and around the downtown area with bands and artists ranging from rock, jazz to hip-hop.

This year it returns bigger and better than ever with an even longer roster of musicians, bands and venues spanning a larger footprint across the city of El Paso. This year’s venues will include, Good Times, Love Buzz, San Carlos Building, The Lowbrow Palace, B-17’s Oyster Pub, INTL, Monarch, Neon Rose, The District, Pizza Joint, and the El Paso Street Car.

The public is invited to support local musicians during Locals Week with many of the shows charging no cover or a minimal cover charge of $5.

At least five of the venues will also be open to people of all ages with the rest set at 21+.

Locals Week begins Wednesday, September 25th through Saturday, September 29, 2019.

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