Music Under the Stars: Concerts retur...

Music Under the Stars: Concerts return to Chamizal (note: This year, don't take beer)

There are 53 comments on the El Paso Times story from Jun 9, 2011, titled Music Under the Stars: Concerts return to Chamizal (note: This year, don't take beer). In it, El Paso Times reports that:

More music will flow at this year's Music Under the Stars festival, but alcohol won't. Not legally, anyway.

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RU Sure

El Paso, TX

#41 Jun 11, 2011
Vote for Pedro wrote:
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Nice!! I already have Coke sleeves for the beer cans..
Hope you can afford the fines.
Nacha

El Paso, TX

#42 Jun 11, 2011
I hide my Bud Lites under papi's baby carriola. I hate taking him with me because he crys and crys to change his peepee and poopoo. But after I drink too many Bud Lites I just give him a big bolsa of hot chetos and don't pay any attention to him. I can't wait for Noche Ranchera!
US Citizen

San Francisco, CA

#43 Jun 12, 2011
TIRED wrote:
Alcohol is the Devil!
mexiCANTS drinking and peeeing and acting illegal are the devil
JRMaynard3

El Paso, TX

#44 Jun 12, 2011
Beer-drinking is a weakness. Then again drinking any kind of alcolhol is a weakness. I've been able to enjoy life for half a century without alcohol. It's "Music Under the Stars", not "Beer Under the Stars", people.
thetruthaboutyou

Casa Grande, AZ

#45 Jun 13, 2011
RU Sure wrote:
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The Chamizal superintendent (National Park Service) made the decision, each individual park manager has that discretion. Your theory doesn't apply. Get a life there must be a real conspiracy somewhere else that you can expose.
"The decision to ban alcohol in the park is affecting the event "big time." He said the national park should reconsider the decision or allow the sale of alcohol inside the park to control underage drinking." _Quote from a food vendor in the El Paso TImes Story posted today...What ya think know?
Beer Love

El Paso, TX

#46 Jun 13, 2011
Check it out. You put your beer in your baby's stinky diaper and when the time is right... You drink your beer!
Beer Love

El Paso, TX

#47 Jun 13, 2011
How am I gonna find a man to marry me, if they do not allow beer?!
Beer Love

El Paso, TX

#48 Jun 13, 2011
Beer makes the horrible bands sound so much better.
thetruthaboutyou

Casa Grande, AZ

#49 Jun 13, 2011
Beer Love wrote:
Beer makes the horrible bands sound so much better.
liike...:P
RU Sure

El Paso, TX

#50 Jun 13, 2011
thetruthaboutyou wrote:
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"The decision to ban alcohol in the park is affecting the event "big time." He said the national park should reconsider the decision or allow the sale of alcohol inside the park to control underage drinking." _Quote from a food vendor in the El Paso TImes Story posted today...What ya think know?
What do I think [know]sic? Now, I think it was the best decision ever made by the park service. I enjoyed last night's concert (atmosphere wise) better than any of the dozens I've attended over the years. The vendor doesn't have a clue; that guy sells deep fried blooming onions and curly cue fries and when there's a big crowd he can't even keep up with the demand, just long lines, long waits, and high prices....he's only there to screw the public. There are only 7 food vendors due to lack of space and there's plenty of people waiting to take his place if he doesn't get his permit renewed at the beginning of next year. If he doesn't like quality concerts and is just concerned with quantity, maybe its time he move on. I just saw happy, friendly, sober people......great call park service.
Beer Love

El Paso, TX

#51 Jun 13, 2011
thetruthaboutyou wrote:
<quoted text>liike...:P
Thank you. God bless you!!
Beer Love

El Paso, TX

#52 Jun 13, 2011
RU Sure wrote:
<quoted text>What do I think [know]sic? Now, I think it was the best decision ever made by the park service. I enjoyed last night's concert (atmosphere wise) better than any of the dozens I've attended over the years. The vendor doesn't have a clue; that guy sells deep fried blooming onions and curly cue fries and when there's a big crowd he can't even keep up with the demand, just long lines, long waits, and high prices....he's only there to screw the public. There are only 7 food vendors due to lack of space and there's plenty of people waiting to take his place if he doesn't get his permit renewed at the beginning of next year. If he doesn't like quality concerts and is just concerned with quantity, maybe its time he move on. I just saw happy, friendly, sober people......great call park service.
I need beer so I don't have to go home alone. What about me?
thetruthaboutyou

Casa Grande, AZ

#53 Jun 15, 2011
RU Sure wrote:
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What do I think [know]sic? Now, I think it was the best decision ever made by the park service. I enjoyed last night's concert (atmosphere wise) better than any of the dozens I've attended over the years. The vendor doesn't have a clue; that guy sells deep fried blooming onions and curly cue fries and when there's a big crowd he can't even keep up with the demand, just long lines, long waits, and high prices....he's only there to screw the public. There are only 7 food vendors due to lack of space and there's plenty of people waiting to take his place if he doesn't get his permit renewed at the beginning of next year. If he doesn't like quality concerts and is just concerned with quantity, maybe its time he move on. I just saw happy, friendly, sober people......great call park service.
i know that know always gets me...like know one...but either way you know what my point was.

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