Grammy award-winning artists perform in El Paso

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All concert posters are courtesy of the Don Haskins Center.

Victoria Rivas, Arts & Culture Editor

UTEP’s Don Haskins Center is ready to be filled with fun, music, screams, and bright lights as fans prepare to welcome and enjoy the performances of their favorite international artists as part of the 2022 concert series. 

All concert posters are courtesy of the Don Haskins Center.

To start the year, international superstar Bad Bunny, a young Puerto Rican urban artist and rapper, will perform at the Don Haskins Center at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11. He is a multi-platinum recording artist, Grammy Award winner and multiple Latin Grammy Award winner. The show will be his second performance of his highly anticipated North American tour “El Último Tour Del Mundo.” 

Bad Bunny will perform hits from his latest albums such as “YHLQMDLG,” “Las Que No Iban A Salir” and “El Último Tour del Mundo” all in one show. Only a few tickets are available, and prices range from $339 to $1,564. 

 

All concert posters are courtesy of the Don Haskins Center.

Tyler, the Creator, a Grammy-winning rapper, will perform at the Don Haskins Center at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 14, on the “Call Me If You Get Lost” tour. Kali Uchis, Vince Staples and Teezo Touchdown will join Tyler, the Creator, as the opening acts. 

The tour is named after his latest album, released in June 2021, and debuted at number one on the Billboard’s 200 charts. The tour will kick off Feb. 10 and end April 8, as he performs in 34 different arenas including El Paso. Tickets are still available and range from $32 to $269. 

 

 

 

All concert posters are courtesy of the Don Haskins Center.

Rage Against the Machine, an American rock band, will perform at the Don Haskins at 8 p.m. Thursday, March 31, with special guests Run the Jewels, after they postponed their tour twice because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The rock band will start their reunion tour “Public Service Announcement” in El Paso, and all tickets purchased for the initially scheduled date are still valid. Few tickets are still available, and prices range from $150 to $547. 

 

 

 

All concert posters are courtesy of the Don Haskins Center.

Multiple award-winning Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona will perform at the Don Haskins at 8 p.m. Friday, April 1. His performance is part of his new tour, “Blanco y Negro,” as he promotes his two latest albums released during the pandemic. 

With more than 20 million records sold, Arjona is one of the best-selling Latin American artists of all time. He is known for his ballad, rock and Latin pop music. Tickets are still available, starting from $54 and VIP packages from $632. 

 

 

 

Jeff Dunham is ready to make the public laugh as he performs his comedy show along with his irreverent cohorts, Peanut, Walter, Jose Jalapeño, Bubba J, and Achmed the Dead Terrorist at 8 p.m. Sunday, April 24. 

Dunham is a comedian and ventriloquist who has gained a unique space in the comedy world for more than 30 years and has participated in standup specials on Netflix, NBC and Comedy Central.  His upcoming show is part of his international tour “Jeff Dunham: Seriously!?” Ticket prices range from $48 to $357.

All concert posters are courtesy of the Don Haskins Center.

Latin sensation J Balvin will perform at the Don Haskins for the third time at 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 4. J Balvin is a Columbian reggaeton superstar, a multi-platinum recording artist and Latin Grammy winner.  

He is coming to El Paso for his highly anticipated “José Tour,” named after his fifth album. J Balvin will visit 25 cities across North America. Ticket prices range from $61 to$375. 

Tickets for all concerts can be purchased at Ticketmaster or UTEP’s Ticket Center. All tickets that were purchased before postponement are valid for the new dates. 

For more information about the upcoming concerts and performances at UTEP’s Don Haskins Center, contact UTEP’s Ticket Center by phone at 915-747-5234 or through email at [email protected] 

Victoria Rivas is the Arts and Culture Editor at The Prospector and may be reached at [email protected]; @VicRivas_18. 

UTEP’s Don Haskins 2021-2022 concert series continues with international award-winning artists