Why Neon Desert is Unlike any Other Festival

Neon Desert

There are countless music festivals around the world, but none have as much character and Latino flavor as Neon Desert in El Paso, Texas. Here’s how you know you’re at Neon Desert.

Because It’s Neon, Duh!

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The festival is set up with neon everything — neon arrangements, streamers — you name it. And DJ Flume was the festival’s highlight after accompanying his set with a neon light show.

The Range of Music is WIDE

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From Passion Pit, J. Cole, Cypress Hill, Slightly Stoopid and more. Neon Desert has your taste covered.

Two Words: Silent Disco

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At the silent disco, you’re in control and listen to the DJ of your choosing.

And because it’s in El Paso…

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You know fans are here for good music and good tacos. Because …

The Taco Game is on Another Level

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Where else can you find blue tortillas to go with your tacos al pastor?

READ: 13 Dishes El Pasoans Can’t Get Enough Of

Snacks are also on Point

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With Papas Locas: lime and chile drizzled potato chips …

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… and an elotero!

READ: Types of People You Only Run Into at Neon Desert

You Get Your Coffee Fix in a Cable Car

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Neon Desert is set up next to The Coffee Box – a coffee shop made of two recycled cargo containers. How cool is that?

There’s Another Kind of Show …

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When you’re not jamming out to live music, you can take a mini artwalk and check out the work of local artists.

Musicians Aren’t the Only Performers

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There is other entertainment going on off stage.

Does Your Festival Do This?

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Music artists go all out to put on a stellar show.