The popular ChucoFest returns to Wet N Wild Waterworld for the three-day Memorial Day Weekend.
Crews have been busy this week, readying the 60 acre family owned and operated waterpark ready for the long, hot weekend coming up.
Officials with the park say, “Guests can enjoy cool pools, tasty grilling, and lots of rides and attractions for the whole family. As an added bonus, there will be live music, clowns, dancers, a car show, art shows with live artists, and much more.”
The line-up is as follows:
Sat. May 27: Local Spanish language music, dancers, clowns, and bands including Grupo Reventon, Sonora Skandalo, Codice 3-11, Sobredosis del Sabor, and Original Banda de Chihuahua.
Sun. May 28: Dancers and Local Oldies bands, including Little Mike and the Blue Kings, Mike V and the Top Cats, Devotions, Bobby and the Premiers, and Tejas Band.
Mon. May 29: Live artists and vendors of Chuco Art, plus Contemorary Chuco Music including Los Chicanos, Frontera Bugalu, and Radio La Chusma.
The park will be open from 10am to 7pm all three days. Gas grills are allowed, and charcoal grills are available for rent. Beer is allowed for those over 21 as long as it’s not in a glass container.
Special discount tickets for Military personnel, families, and veterans are available at ITR in Fort Bliss.
Guests can enter with a Season Pass, discount tickets from www.wetwild.com, Circle K in El Paso, and Pick Quick in Las Cruces will be honored.
Tickets are also available at the gate. Under 1 year: Free Kids 1-3: $4.99 plus tax. 4 feet or under: $20.99 plus tax. Over 4 feet: $25.99 plus tax.