This month, if you have kids you’ll want to Glide over to UTEP for their summer camps and to the Plaza Theatre for the Encanto Concert. Have a sense of humor or are you a movie fanatic? Glide over to the Plaza Theater again to see Brincos Dieras and Titio el Ranchero or enjoy the Plaza Classic Film Festival.
UTEP Kidz on Campus Summer Camps 2022
Date: July 1st - July 29th
UTEP Youth Programs and Camps has a variety of activities this summer to keep your kids engaged. Participants can develop their skills, learn and have fun, while attending the courses and camps. The camps can help them get a head start with academics and help develop their self-confidence. Give your child a fun and unique learning experience! Camps will be offered to grades K-12.
Place: El Paso Convention Center
Alfresco! Fridays is a free event that features local bands each week with food and drinks available on site for purchase. Foldable chairs are allowed. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis.
Ooh La La
Date: July 1st
Pie Sisters, Stan Z, Feline Fox
Date: July 8th
Date: July 15th
Date: July 22nd
Date: July 29th
Brincos Dieras y Tito el Ranchero
Date: July 16th
Place: Plaza Theater
Join Mike Salazar and Tito el Ranchero for a night of laughter at the Plaza Theatre. Show will be in Spanish.
Encanto: The Sing Along Film Concert
Date: July 26th
Place: Plaza Theatre
Disney Concerts and Live Nation bring you Encanto: The Sing-Along Film Concert, where Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Academy Award® winning film comes to life in a one-of-a-kind concert event, featuring the entire film and an on-stage band performing all the record-breaking hit songs from the beloved soundtrack.
Plaza Classic Film Festival
Date: July 28th
Place: Plaza Theatre
The Plaza Classic Film Festival was started by the El Paso Community Foundation in 2008 to bring movies back to the historic Plaza Theatre. The Community Foundation purchased 35mm and then state-of-the-art 2K digital projection equipment (upgraded to 4K in 2018) for the atmospheric theater, which opened in 1930, closed in the early ’80s, and was restored for $38 million in 2006 in a joint partnership between the City of El Paso and the Community Foundation.