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Freedom Crossing and our events are open to the Military and the public.  Click here for directions to Freedom Crossing.


LET FREEDOM SING CONCERT FEATURING CLINT BLACK
Sunday, June 7th
7pm - 11pm

Our 2015 Let Freedom Sing FREE Summer Concert Series presented by Sunland Park Dodge kicks off on Sunday, June 7th with country music star Clint Black! The concert is scheduled for Sunday, June 7th at 7pm with El Paso’s own Abe Mac Band set to open the show. Clint Black is one of the most recognizable and successful singer-songwriters in country music. He has written, recorded and released more than 100 songs with more than a third of those becoming #1 hits, including "Killin' Time," "Put Yourself in my Shoes," A Better Man" and "Like the Rain." Throughout his career, Black has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide and has won several Country Music Association Awards, American Music Awards and Academy of Country Music Awards. Be sure to arrive early to party on the promenade and avoid delays!

NO COOLERS OR OUTSIDE BEVERAGES.
Chairs allowed on concrete areas only, not on event lawn. Visit our Maps and Directions page for information on gate access and directions to Freedom Crossing.





FRIDAY AT THE FIRE
Every Friday Night
6PM - 11PM


Join us every Friday night for an evening of music and fun at our beautiful outdoor fireplace.  Bands play from 7pm - 9pm with DJ before and after. Our current schedule of entertainment for this free weekly event is listed below.  Friday at the Fire is proudly sponsored by Western Technical College.

5/29/15 - In The Turret (Army Rock Band)
6/5/15 - Chris Baker (acoustic rock, country)
6/12/15 - Wildflower (rock)
6/19/15 - Maddison Livingston (country)
6/26/15 - Border Avenue (country)




Roy Jones Jr. Meet and Greet
Friday, May 29th
11:30am to 1pm


Meet boxing legend Roy Jones Jr. at Freedom Crossing on May 29th!  The meet and greet will take place in our Grand Hall Food Court from 11:30am to 1pm.  Each guest can take one photo with Roy Jones Jr. (with a personal camera or with the professional photographer at the event). Mr. Jones will only be able to stay for 90 minutes and hopes to see everyone in line, so autographs may not be available depending on the size of the line.