Neon Desert Music Festival.
It was and remains the strongest and boldest attempt at a large scale music festival in the Sun City.
For a day, El Paso’s downtown sprouted four stages for 29 scheduled musical acts. Street artists and painters set up canvases and wood boards under the sun. Food and beer vendors lined the edges of the festival, rows of port-o-poties just a gallop away.
They may come in a bit late, but its such a shame to have these images sitting around with no eyes to gaze back at. If you made it out to this 12-hour festival, I hope going through them will reignite some of those ecstatic/exhausted/drunken memories. If you didn’t, you might should consider saving up for next year’s festival.
Yes. There will be another.