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JD Ybañez performes at Spooky Moon Music Festival Oct. 29

El Pasoans spend Halloween weekend at Spooky Moon Music Festival

Alyson Rodriguez, Staff Reporter November 2, 2022

El Pasoans had the chance to experience a new type of show called Spooky Moon Music Festival that celebrates EDM music and Halloween. The new music festival welcomed various national and international EDM artists that rocked the night until 2 a.m.   The...

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Alexander Kariotis is a professor of voice at UTEP and commissioned the UTEP Symphony Orchestra to perform in “The Rock Opera Orchestra.”

Alexander Kariotis and UTEP Symphony Orchestra fuse rock and opera

Annabella Mireles, Photo Editor October 30, 2022

The UTEP Symphony Orchestra along with UTEP professor of voice, Alexander Kariotis, performed “The Rock Opera Orchestra” Oct. 28 at the Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall.  Kariotis is a crossover artist who has performed internationally with appearances...

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Korean girl group BLACKPINK released its second studio album “Born Pink” Sept. 16 which included songs like “Pink Venom,” “Shut Down,” and “Ready for Love.” Photo courtesy of 絕地求生M/Wikipedia Commons

Blackpink breaks records with their second studio album

Elisha Nuñez, Stazff Reporter October 5, 2022

World famous Korean girl group, BLACKPINK, released its second studio album, “Born Pink,” Sept. 16. The group Blackpink breaks records with their second studio album is known for breaking records, such as being the first Korean group to surpass a...

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UTEP’s Symphony Orchestra performs their first performance at the Fox Fine Arts Center Sept. 27.

UTEP symphony orchestra performs its first concert

Eduardo Flores, Contributor September 30, 2022

The UTEP Department of Music held its first symphony orchestra concert of the 2022-2023 season Sept. 27 at the Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall.   The concert opened under the direction of Alicia Lieu with “Polovstian Dances” by Alexander Borodin,...

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5SOS make a breakout with their fifth album

Meagan Elizabeth García, Arts & Culture Editor September 28, 2022

Australian pop rock band, 5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS), continues to develop a diverse discography with the Sept. 23 release of its fifth album “5SOS5.” Here is a breakdown of what listeners can expect from their latest work.  COMPLETE MESS  The...

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Leader of Melancholy 10 Che Ulibarri sings the last song of the night.

Bringing back Battle of the Bands

Elisha Nuñez, Staff Reporter September 5, 2022

The Prospector Music blared through the speakers while a crowd converged around the stage. Smoke came from the machines, fans roared with cheers and the artists’ voices echoed outside of the Sun Bowl Stadium. This was the scene for this year’s final...

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The 32nd Minerpalooza will take place Friday, Sept. 2, and will hold the final round of Battle of the Bands which include Melancholy 10, Jamal Streeter, ACID WAVE, Low Perfection, and Sultanes Del Yonke.

Picks up for Minerpalooza

Alyson Rodriguez, Staff Reporter August 24, 2022

Miner Nation, get ready for Minerpalooza! UTEP’s annual Minerpalooza celebration is returning for its 32nd year Friday, Sept. 2. There is something for everyone at Minerpalooza as it will be filled with a variety of activities, games, music, and more. It...

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El Paso Pro-Musica started off its season with the annual Summerfest concert Aug. 20 at the Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall featuring Grammy-winning cellist Zuill Bailey, violinist Chee-Yun, and pianist Natasha Paremski.

Wrapping summer up with music at Summer Fest

Meagan Elizabeth García, Arts & Culture Editor August 23, 2022

When it comes to live music and artistic connections, the UTEP Center for Arts and Entrepreneurship (CAE) and the El Paso Pro-Musica are the head of hosting local concerts with world-renowned artists.   Most recently, the “Summer Fest” concert...

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The El Paso Zoo Society is hosting their first “Rock-n-Roar event from 6:30p.m.-10:30 p.m. July 2 at the El Paso Zoo where they will have vendors, artists, silent disco, activities for kids, and more. Tickets are on sale now at

Get ready to Rock ‘n’ Roar with the El Paso Zoo Society

Itzel Giron, Multimedia Editor June 28, 2022

As the heat turns up this summer, ways to cool down and enjoy the sun are popping up across the city including the first ever Rock-N-Roar Event at the El Paso Zoo, located at 4001 E. Paisano Drive. El Pasoans are invited to enjoy a variety of events across...

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Harry’s House banner in front of exclusive Harry Styles pop-up shop on Canal Street in New York City. Photo courtesy of Itzel Giron.

Welcome to Harry’s House: Album in review track by track

Itzel Giron, Multimedia Editor June 14, 2022

Harry Styles has returned with new music after almost three years since the release of “Fine Line” in 2019.With the amount of success from “Fine Line,” standards remained high for the former One Direction member. Harry Styles released his third...

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All concert posters are courtesy of the Don Haskins Center.

Grammy award-winning artists perform in El Paso

Victoria Rivas, Arts & Culture Editor January 21, 2022

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.  To start the year,...

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