Ticket for this year's Downtown Street Festival are $5 for kids 12 and under, $15 in advance for big kids and $25 at the gate.
They'll go on sale June 10 at 7-Eleven/Fina stores in metro EP and Pic Quik stores in the Cruces area.
Candlebox headlines the main stage on July 3, with Trapt, Evans Blue and local group Rains opening.
The Cult (as in Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy, reportedly playing the entire 1985 album "Love" on this tour) top the July 4 show, with Lacuna Coil, Joe Lynn Turner's Over the Rainbow and locals Drive: A opening.
Both shows will be topped by a lavish fireworks show.
Station manager Brad Dubow said El Paso's reggae-rockers Radio La Chusma will headline the Latin stage on both nights. The rest of the lineup for that stage, as well as stages devoted to local rock and variety acts, is still being firmed up.
Clarification: In a previous blog I erroneously wrote that the $50 Sky Garden Experience tickets included a view of the main stage from the Sky Garden atop the Plaza Theatre complex. Wrong. It's got a choice view of the fireworks, Dubow said. Thank to blog commenter Hex for the catch.
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