FirstFridays El Paso March 26 . La Parada is an ongoing Arts, Music & Social Party held each and every First Friday of the month in Downtown El Paso. This month we welcome our like-minded friends from the North, Rude Behavior. Rude Behavior consists of veteran dj’s Vent and Crix Saiz and MC Ptrick. All 3 are staples in Northern New Mexico’s art and music scene and have years of performing under their belts. The La Parada courtyard is the perfect environment for their brand of future bass / future house business and these 3 are gaurantee’d to set the house on fire! Courtyard warm-up this month will be in the hands of the talented DEFTECH. Representing Listen:React and The Blacklight Project, DEFTECH is no stranger to big stages and soundsystems having opened up for The Martinez Brothers and other international acts last year. We hope you are as excited as we are to have him out for the first time. Inside we have got longtime Frontera Bugulu supporter and La Parada alum Birth Defects ready to set the tone of the evening with his original brand of cumbia, downtempo, hip-hop and all things funky. He’s a natural crowd pleaser and we’re always happy when he comes back to play for us. We also have a special live performance by reggae outfit, DUB CARTEL. They have steadily been making noise in the El Paso scene for quite some time now and their visit is long overdue. Their reggae riddims are sure to take the night over and whip us all into a good vibe frenzy. Drink specials announced day of. Be sure to check out the new craft brew selections inside the 501 Bar and Bistro!!! As always bring your smiles and your positivity and your friends. We can’t wait to see you all! The party kicks off at 8:30pm. Come celebrate life, drink and dance!!!
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